Canon is rumored to have discontinued the Canon EOS M6 Mark II APS-C format EF-M mount mirrorless camera. And the new Canon EOS R7 APS-C RF mount mirrorless camera is already undergoing testing in the wild by a select group of photographers. The official announcement is expected for August 2022.
The Canon EOS M6 Mark II is the newest mirrorless camera in the EOS M series that came with the EOS 90D. It is equipped with a high-resolution APS-C image sensor with 32.5 million pixels and supports high-speed continuous shooting of up to 30 frames per second. I remember that the series had excellent AF performance and continuous shooting performance, and the sensor performance was also very good, but it was not so quick in the rise of full-size mirrorless cameras and the new coronavirus disaster starting in 2020. It looks like it has become a non-existent entity. However, I’m guessing that the fact that the specifications of the M6 Mark II were floating in the EOS M series, which originally had many reasonably priced small-diameter zooms, was one of the factors that made it unsuccessful.
Signs of discon were seen in Japan in early 2022, but it seems that the EOS M6 Mark II has been discontinued in other countries as well. Even Canon Rumors has not grasped information about the next EOS M series camera, and it seems likely that the series will end without a successor model appearing. The only current models in the EOS M series that are not “low in stock” are the “Kiss M2” and “M200.” Stay tuned with us for more Canon Rumors.
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