New rumors suggest a Canon EOS 3D will launch later this year as a “bigger brother” to the Canon 5D Mark III. The key improvements over the 5D Mark III would be a much higher resolution sensor and 4K video options. Of course, the price would also be higher than the 5D Mark III as well. [click to continue…]
A month or so back we heard a few rumors of a new Canon 1 Series camera with a high MP count that would be launched in 2014. I’ve heard two different resolutions for cameras in testing – 75MP+ and 44.7MP – both are full frame sensors. The latest rumors narrow a launch date for a new camera situated above the Canon 1D X to Q2 2014. [click to continue…]
There are a couple of Canon DSLR rumors for a high-MP DSLR. One is a 75MP+ DSLR and one is a 44.7MP DSLR. Canon’s current flagship DSLR, the EOS 1D X, rings in at 18.1MP. Previous rumors suggest that both DSLRs are undergoing field testing as prototype models. [click to continue…]
The big megapixel rumors from Canon keep coming. The latest rumors, which actually line up with specs introduced last year, point to a 47MP Canon DSLR to be introduced in September/October 2013 with an actual release set at a later date. [click to continue…]
Several recent rumors suggested that the upcoming 46MP behemoth from Canon would not be named the “3D” and would actually eschew the “D” moniker from the naming scheme altogether. The latest word coming in over at Canon Rumors offers up the EOS-1S as the name of the rumored flagship high MP DSLR.
As I’ve previously said, I think it makes sense to lose the “D” for digital naming scheme at this point in Canon’s SLR lineup. What better point to start than at the top with a new flagship, high resolution camera? [click to continue…]