The latest Canon rumors: no more EOS R5 Mark II camera, a major R5 firmware update instead

It seems that instead of the previously rumored Canon EOS R5 Mark II camera, we will just get a major R5 firmware update later in 2023. The EOS R5 camera replacement is now rumored to be announced next year together with the EOS R1 flagship camera (expected ahead of the 2024 Summer Olympics). Here is some additional information on the upcoming EOS R5 firmware update (the R5 is now $400 off):

  • Lens breathing correction
  • Pre-shooting buffer
  • Removal of 30 minutes record limit
  • Vehicle tracking AF mode (bikes, trains & planes)
  • Additional tracking for more animals

Rumored Canon EOS R5 Mark II camera specifications

Canon CP+ interview

Via CanonRumors

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