According to recent reports the Canon 7D Mark III is rumored to feature a 32MP APS-C DPAF sensor. Because a new Canon 32.5MP APS-c DSLR camera with Dual Pixel AF registered through a Taiwanese certification agency. This also refers to a high-end APC-S Professional DSLR camera.
Previously we have mentioned the Canon 32.5MP APS-c sensor as both future DSLR and Mirrorless models could use it. Possible candidates for the new Canon 32.5MP APS-C sensor were the EOS M5 Mark II mirrorless as well as DSLR cameras suchs as EOS 7D Mark III or EOS 90D.
Today when we look at the registration figures we can see that it is intented for DSLR use and strong candidate is the EOS 7D Mark III or EOS 90D as an alternative. The camera has a code name of DS126801 & K437, offers 32MP resolution and the battery pack is LP-E6N.
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Canon 7D Mark III with 32MP APS-C DPAF Sensor Initial Specs
- Digital SLR
- Wifi and Bluetooth 4.1
- LP-E6N battery
- 6 level battery display, similar to the EOS 5D Mark IV
- Maximum image size: 6960 × 4640, 32MP
- This will likely be a 2019 release
We can see that K437 will have the same battery charge as EOS 5D Mark IV and this will make it a possible high-end APS-C DSLR camera. That’s why this Canon 32.5MP APS-c sensor refers to the long rumored Canon EOS 7D Mark III.
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