Canon has done a pretty good job in rounding out its full-frame mirrorless camera lineup, offering models like the ultra-affordable EOS RP, the do-it-all EOS R5, and the flagship EOS R3, with a few other camera models are in the middle. Now that the line is well established, the time to start replacing older models is coming and that should start in just a few months.
Canon Rumors is reporting that we can expect a replacement for the EOS R in late 2022 or early 2023, which will replace the EOS R6. The EOS R was originally announced in late 2018 and was the company’s first RF mount camera and first full-frame mirrorless body. While it offers mostly modest specs, it has proven to be an all-round beautiful camera (I used this camera as a second body) and a huge milestone. important to the company. Meanwhile, the company has made impressively quick advances in terms of their camera capabilities and so we can expect some significant improvements in the new model, which could also be the reason. why it will get a new model designation instead called EOS R Mark II. While details are scarce at the moment, given it will sit below the EOS R6, we can expect its price to be closer to $2,000. Hopefully, we’ll be hearing more soon!