Rumors : EOS 7D Mark II & 80D to be Replaced by One DSLR

According to recent reports the replacement for the EOS 7D Mark II and EOS 80D DSLR cameras will be in a single DSLR with APS-c image sensor.

The Canon EOS 7D Mark II and Canon EOS 80D are already quite old now, and according to previous rumors, replacement of both cameras is scheduled for 2019. In the meantime, the EOS 77D, which is located in the middle segment, will maintain its position at the entry level. Perhaps an update to the EOS 77D is also coming in the name of EOS 78D. 

Canon had previously announced that it will not announce a new EF lens in 2019. In particular, the company intends to concentrate on the new Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless system.

Rumored Specifications for EOS 7D Mark II & 80D  Replacement

  • 30MP sensor
  • 4K video/30p 1.4x
  • C-Log
  • 12 fps
  • DIGIC 8 ? (might use the same processor of the possible 5DsMk2)
  • No AA filter
  • 1D X Mark II focusing
  • Tilting touch screen
  • CFast/SD
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Advanced video features
  • Price around $2000

In this case, especially for those who are eagerly waiting for the EOS 7D Mark III, this DSLR will be in the top position among the cameras with the APS-c sensor. So you can already think of a body that offers high burst rates and more focused on sports, action and wildlife. We hope the price will be affordable for users who are looking forward to the EOS 90D.

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