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Canon EOS Rs Prototype leaked online!

Is this the upcoming mirrorless from Canon?


According to latest leaks from Thenewcamera, a prototype of a Canon EOS Rs full-frame camera has recently been leaked online. It’s expected to be equipped with a 65 megapixel CMOS, higher than the 61 megapixels of the A7R4 previously released by Sony.

canon eos rs specs and leaks

At present, there is not much news about Canon EOS Rs. From the 65-megapixel full-frame CMOS image sensor, EOS Rs will beat the high-pixel record of full-frame cameras, competing with Sony’s A7R4. According to previous reports, EOS Rs also has 70-megapixel and 80-megapixel prototype versions.

According to multiple foreign media forecasts, Canon EOS Rs is expected to be released in the second quarter of next year, and more news could follow in 2020! 

So, guys, would you be interested in something from the Canon side as and when it’s released? Do let us know your thoughts about the same in the comments section below! Feel free to subscribe to our newsletter and our push notifications in order to receive more timely tech updates and leaks!

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