Canon is expected to launch a couple of cameras this year. As per previous stories, the company may release the EOS R1 flagship camera, APS-C RF camera body, and two 8K film cameras. Canon will launch two new EOS cameras. Although it’s unclear whether or not the cameras will have 8K video recording capability.
Canon is planning to release two new Cinema EOS cameras in the first half of 2021 and also notified that the third would arrive in the second half of 2021 and that it would most likely be the 8K Cinema EOS camera. The two cameras are the Canon Cinema EOS C50 box camera and the Canon Cinema EOS C200 Mark II camera.
The Canon Cinema EOS C50 camera can have a 35mm image sensor identical to the Cinema EOS C200 camera. It will support CLog 2 and CLog 3 as well as 4K video capture up to 60FPS and full HD video capture up to 120FPS. There are conjectures concerning missing in-body image stabilization in the same C50 camera. There is not much information on the technical specs for the Canon Cinema EOS C200 Mark II. As for the Cinema EOS C200 Mark II hasn’t been given any specifications. But it is expected that further specifications will be unveiled soon while the camera is arriving in the next few months.
The organization has just introduced the Canon PowerShot Select camera with AI technology. The camera is capable of looking at a scene, detecting faces, tracking them, and clicking on a picture. It is currently limited to Japan and is valued at 42,900 yen. The camera is packed with a 12-megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor. It comes with super versatility, such as pan, tilt, and zoom features. The PowerShot AI boasts 170 degrees of pan, 110 degrees of tilt, and up to 4x zoom. There is also a 19-57mm lens that can be wide-opened at F2.8.