In conjunction with the unveiling of the new Canon Cinema EOS C300 camera announced a few hours ago, Canon also just revealed it is “developing a new-concept EOS-series digital single-lens reflex (SLR) camera.”
According to Canon “the model will be equipped with a 35 mm full-frame CMOS sensor and, enabling the recording of 4K video (at a frame rate of 24P, with Motion-JPEG compression), will make possible the type of exceptional image quality and sublime imaging expression to be expected from the next generation of ‘EOS Movies.'”
No pricing or release date has been set for the new video-centric full-frame DSLR.
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