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Preliminary specifications of the EOS R Mark II
Preliminary specifications of the EOS R Mark II have been released.
While it is still pretty early for these specifications as the EOS R Mark II is supposed to come out sometime later in 2020, this gives us our first glimpse into the new EOS R Mark II. According to these new specifications from Canon Rumors, it seems like this Mark II version is moving more upscale with the addition of a dual card slot and much better 4K video.
The specifications from Canon Rumors;
- DIGIC X (A different version than the EOS-1D Mark III)
- ISO 100 – 51,200
- 1 SD card slot
- 1 CFexpress slot
- No crop 4K video with DPAF
- No RAW video
- 5mp EVF
- May get a new naming scheme
I find the specifications credible, especially the last point. I'm questioning if this is an EOS R Mark II or another RF camera line. I've always thought that Canon will continue with a more upscale version of the "R" for both medium resolution and high resolution, similar to the 5D line. It never felt as if the EOS R was meant to be that.
For instance, do we get an EOS 5Rs and an EOS 5R? With dual card slots, and better ergonomics, and the EOS R just simply dies, or gets the Mark II treatment later on in the future.
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