Another Canon interview

EOS Magazine published their interview with Mike Burnhill from Canon Europe. Here is the recap from CanonRumors:

Talking about DSLRs:

AA: Will Canon be introducing more DSLR cameras?

MB: Yes. Canon still sees demand for all sorts of cameras – including DSLR and mirrorless – so we will continue to produce across multiple product lines. We’ve only just phased out the EOS-1 film camera because there were still people buying it in certain markets, and we will see the same with the DSLR cameras.

Mike addresses a question about an APS-C EOS R camera, something we feel is inevitable.

AA: Which brings us onto APS-C with the R system…

MB: Yes, the system could support it, but again it’s not a priority because we have the M, and what we need to fill out is the lens range for the EOS R full-frame.

I’ll over analyse what Mr Burhill said about future EOS R system cameras.

AA: Do you see a full-frame camera coming in at a price below the RP?

MB: Yes.

AA: And a pro version before the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo?

MB: Well, that’s the million dollar question…

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