We were wondering when Canon will strike back after Nikon’s announcement about the release of the mirrorless Z7 and Z6 models and here it is.
Thanks to a leak that comes from Japanese website Nokishita, we now have more information about Canon’s upcoming camera, which is apparently called the EOS R.
Thanks to its full-frame sensor that is reportedly 30.3 megapixels, it can be placed easily somewhere between Nikon’s Z7 and Z6.
The camera comes with an OLED viewfinder with 100% coverage and will shot at 8fps in continuous mode.
The camera comes accompanied by four lenses that we know of: a 35mm f/1.8, a 50mm f/1.2, a 28-70mm f/2, and a 24-105mm f/4 kit lens. Canon is launching three EOS adapters alongside them as well.
If all four lenses become available on launch, that will put Canon at the head of the game, before Nikon.
There’s no info on the pricing yet, but the EOS R will probably be unveiled within the coming days, since the Photokina camera expo is just around the corner, so we’ll keep you posted.