Canon may unveil EOS R camera with APS-C CMOS sensor in 2021

There has been speculation about Canon to introduce a new APS-C camera that will be part of the Canon EOS R series cameras.Canon Rumors today confirmed that there will be an APS-C RF mount camera and will be launched in the second half of 2021 .

The report says Canon’s next cropped sensor camera “will be the smallest EOS R system camera” that could be aimed at “sport shooters and videographers.” This necessarily means that the APS-C camera will have a fast continuous shooting speed and Dual Pixel AF II. The other specifications and features of the APS-C RF mount camera are unknown.

While Canon’s APS-C camera will be small in size, we assume it won’t be smaller than the Canon EOS RP camera body which costs Rs 85,995 in India. The EOS RP is equipped with a 26.2 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor.

There will be more details on the APS-C camera as we move closer to 2021. Likely, the imaging brand will officially drop a hint at the cropped sensor camera launch very soon.

For now, the company has released the Canon EOS M50 Mark II camera in India. The new EOS M50 Mark II mirrorless camera is part of the EOS M line of cameras. Clearly, Canon wants to keep the EOS M and EOS R series of cameras separate. Canon EOS R6 in July 2020.

While the EOS R5 mirrorless camera is equipped with a 45 megapixel CMOS sensor and Digic X processor, the EOS R6 is equipped with a 20.1 megapixel CMOS sensor and Digic X processor.

Canon may introduce a new APS-C camera that will be part of the Canon EOS R series cameras, as per the latest report.

News Underline:

  • Canon may launch the EOS R system camera with APS-C sensor next year.
  • According to reports, Canon’s new APS-C sensor camera “will be the smallest”.
  • Canon’s new APS-C sensor camera will feature fast continuous shooting speed.