Despite earlier rumors and leaks, the Canon EOS R7 will be released at the end of this month. The EOS R7 was supposed to be introduced in June or July this year, but according to a Japanese website, the camera could be released on May 24. According to the site, the Canon EOS R10, as well as RF-S lenses, may be introduced at the same time.
Another report, found by Tech Radar on Canon Rumors, specified the debut date and revealed some specs for the Canon EOS R10, the successor to the Canon EOS M5 and Canon EOS M6 Mark II.
The EOS R10 will be an entry-level RF mount camera with a 24.2MP APS-C image sensor, according to the website. While the EOS R7 is expected to have a 32.5MP sensor.
With the mechanical shutter, the EOS R10 will be capable of burst pictures of up to 15 frames per second and 23 frames per second with the electronic shutter. The EOS R7, on the other hand, will have a top burst speed of 30fps for the mechanical and 30fps for the electronic.
Given that it only has one UHS-II speed SD card slot, the Canon EOS R10 is likely to be the more economical of the two.
The cameras will be accompanied with the RF-S 18-45mm IS and RF-S 18-150mm IS lenses. Both cameras will, however, most likely be sold as a set with one or both lenses.
Given the persistent paucity of parts, Canon has recently prioritized the EOS R series. As a result, the M series is expected to be phased out in favor of the RF mount series, which has shown to be more popular.
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