Canon EOS R1 Will Be Delayed until 2024

The Canon EOS R1 flagship full frame mirrorless camera, which was originally scheduled to be released in the second half of 2023, may be postponed to 2024, that is, during the 2024 Summer Olympics.

The whistleblower said that the Canon EOS R1 is testing a sensor with more than 85MP, which will be an ultra-high pixel model. The Canon EOS R1 will also support RAW continuous shooting with a mechanical shutter of 24 frames per second, and the dynamic range has also been significantly improved.

In addition, the new Canon EOS R1 has a more ergonomic body design. And some new features are worth looking forward to.

Canon recently launched the EOS R6 Mark II mirrorless camera with a single body of $2,499 USD, and the R1 is not expected to be too cheap.

I’m guessing that it would be an economic priority to enhance the lineup of RF-mount lenses, including the successors to the “EOS RP” and “EOS R” before the “EOS R1”.

Canon EOS R1 Rumors:

  • Announcement in 2024, just ahead of 2024 Summer Olympics
  • 85MP Sensor
  • 24fps RAW shooting
  • Improved dynamic range
  • No Global shutter
  • Higher resolution than EOS R5
  • A camera that leaves other competing models behind
  • There is a possibility that it will be developed and announced together with the DO super telephoto lens

$200 off on Canon EOS R5 body: $3,699 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$200 off on Canon EOS R6 body: $2,299 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$200 off on Canon EOS R5 C body: $4,599 at B&HAdorama.

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Via: CanonRumors