Canon BSI APS-C EOS R camera to be Announced in the Second Half of 2022

Since the launch of the first Canon EOS R, there has been much debate about whether Canon will announce an APS-C RF mount camera for consumers. According to the latest rumors from CR2, Canon will definitely introduce an APS-C RF mount camera equipped with a back-illuminated sensor in the second half of 2022.

They are told that this new back-illuminated APS-C sensor will be installed in multiple cameras and it is quite possible that it will have 28 to 32 MP.

The APS-C EOS R has been rumored many times before, but this time the information about the sensor came out and it became a little more concrete. As for the BSI sensor, Canon has already realized it with Canon EOS R3, so it’s no wonder that it will be used in future APS-C cameras.

Will this APS-C Canon possibly adopt a back-stacked sensor and become a camera like the APS-C version of R3 (successor to Canon eos 7D Mark II?).

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