Nikon and Canon are indeed testing their full frame mirrorless cameras



 
 
Last week CanonRumors reported that the new Canon full frame mirrorless camera is coming soon and is already being tested by select Canon pro photographers. Today Nokishita confirmed this rumor and posted several new Canon camera registrations that include also two new mirrorless models:

K424

  • Interchangeable lens camera
  • Full frame
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
  • It is described as a mirrorless full frame (6720 × 4480) in the test data (since the detail column is filled with almost the same data as 5D Mark IV [K349], the image size may be a dummy possibility)

K433

  • Interchangeable lens camera
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
  • It is described as a mirrorless full frame in the test data (it is the same as the data of K424, so it is possible that the initial setting data was diverted for testing)

K436

  • Lens interchangeable camera (probably single lens reflex)
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed

K437

  • Lens interchangeable camera (probably single lens reflex)
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed

EC801

  • Compact digital camera
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed

EC804

  • Compact digital camera
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
  • More functions than EC 801 and EC 805 (probably G series)

EC 805

  • Compact digital camera
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed

EC 811

  • Mirror-less camera
  • Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed

The situation with the upcoming Nikon mirrorless camera is similar and I will not be surprised if both companies announce their new mirrorless cameras back to back, just like in the good old days. Sony will soon get some serious competition in the full-frame mirrorless market and this is a good thing for all users.

The Canon classic camera design concept pictured above is by David Riesenberg.


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