Three Sensors Are Being Tested for Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera
Some more information about Canon full frame mirrorless camera continues to come: Canon is currently testing three sensors in various camera body for the upcoming Canon full frame mirrorless camera – each with a different pixel count – 24MP, 28MP and 36MP sensors are being used. But at the time of writing, we are not sure if these are all new sensors or modified versions of current image sensors.
The previous report said the Canon full frame mirrorless camera “is well into its development cycle” and it is being used by select Canon pro photographers for testing. And Canon is working hard on two “prosumer” full frame mirrorless cameras. The flagship one will come first, and 6 to 8 months later the lower-end secone model will be introduced.
Canon Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Rumored Specs:
- Look & Feel: large grip with top LCD, very comfortable to hold; dials are very similar to those we found on the EOS 5D Mark IV.
- Side articulating screen
- Sensor: Upgraded version of the EOS 5D Mark IV sensor, obviously includes DPAF.
- Frame rate: 10FPS
- Silent shutter and 1/16000sec shutter speed is available
- Focus control is very similar to EOS 5D Mark IV’s 61-pt AF system.
- Dual SD card slots
- Video Features: C-Log 1/2/3, Focus Guide
- Formats available: 60p/30p/24p 4K (both DCI & UHD can be chosen).
- FHD 120p
- Weight: not very light, but similar to Sony A7 but a bit larger due to the big grip.