Rumor: Canon EOS R1 will be released in the second half of 2023
According to the latest rumors, Canon may release the EOS R1 flagship full-frame mirrorless camera in the second half of 2023.
Before the release of the EOS R1, Canon may focus on expanding the RF series lens product line. Looking back at the previous news, the Canon EOS R1 camera is expected to be equipped with a 54MP image sensor, and the overall performance will be better than competing models of the same level (Sony a1 and Nikon Z9).
The first thing Canon has to solve is the replacement of the EOS RP and EOS R, as well as complete the L and non-L lens lineup, which may be more economical.
Currently, it seems that the EOS R7 is also in short supply, so it may be better not to expect much of the new model to be introduced at a fast pace.
Canon’s 13 RF mount full-frame mirrorless lenses that may be released in the future:
- RF 14-28mm F2 L USM
- RF 70-135mm F2 L USM
- RF 10-24mm F4 L USM
- RF 15-30mm IS STM
- TS-R 14mm F4 L Tilt Shift (Autofocus)
- TS-R 24mm F3.5 L Tilt Shift (Autofocus)
- RF 24mm F1.8 MACRO IS STM
- RF 25mm F2.8 Biscuit
- RF 35mm F1.2 L USM
- RF 60mm F1.0 L USM
- RF 135mm L USM
- RF 500mm F4 L IS USM
- RF 500mm DO IS USM
Canon’s 5 RF mount APS-C mirrorless lenses that may be released in the future:
- RF-S 22mm F2 STM
- RF-S 32mm F1.4 STM
- RF-S 11-55mm F4-4.5 IS STM
- RF-S 55-250mm F4.5-7.1 IS STM
- RF-S 16-55mm F2.8 IS USM
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