Canon has announced the EOS M2 as a follow-up to the original EOS M; however, it may not be coming to North America or Europe. As of the time of this post, the camera has only been announced for China and Japan. [Read more…]
Rumors for the Canon EOS M successor continue to build for an early 2014 launch. Previously, the camera(s) was rumored to feature the 70D‘s 20.2MP APS-C sensor and the excellent Dual Pixel AF functionality.
The Canon EOS M2 showed up as a supported camera inside the latest Canon Digital Photo Professional software update. The references are alongside separate references to the Canon EOS M, so it is unlikely that the EOS M2 references were simply a typo. [Read more…]
We had lots of hope for new cameras and lenses from Canon. Particularly, I have been looking forward to a replacement for the EF 100-400mm L lens. Recent rumors, however, suggest that Canon may not have anything left to pull out for 2013 in terms of EOS and EF lines.
There has been plenty of murmurs in recent months about a pair of new EOS M models due prior to PhotoPlus 2013. (The current EOS M is still in fire sale mode.) If the sources are to be believed, however, it could be rather quiet for Canon other than the recent introduction of the EOS 70D.
I had been wondering whether Canon would drop a new EOS M or two in the mix before PhotoPlus 2013 (I first saw the original EOS M last year at PhotoPlus 2012). As a of right now, Canon only has the 70D to show off at PhotoPlus. While there are plenty things to be excited about in the 70D, it won’t quite be as fresh when the end of October rolls around. [Read more…]