In August 2019, Canon officially announced the new Canon EOS 90D (Amazon/ B&H/ Adorama). It is a mid-range APS-C digital SLR. Now, According to the latest rumors from CanonWatch, Canon will not release a successor to the EOS 90D. No more xxD DSLRs?
The source states that Canon will not release the successor to the EOS 90D as at least a single-lens reflex camera. It is not confirmed, but the rumor isn’t the first time, and Canon seems to want to switch completely to mirrorless, as there is no reason to invest in consumer SLRs.
Will the Canon EOS M replace the double-digit D series? The EOS M doesn’t have a native lens comparable to a single-lens reflex camera, and I don’t think double-digit D-series users are ready to move completely to mirrorless. When I have to use either the EOS 80D or the EOS M3, I usually choose the former. Because the ergonomics are excellent.
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