Will We See the Canon EOS R5 Mark II Soon?

Believe it or not, it has been three and a half years since the Canon EOS R5 was first announced, and as such, many photographers are starting to look for its successor, the Mark II. And as luck would have it, we might see it announced fairly soon.

Digicame is reporting that the Canon EOS R5 Mark II, the successor to the wildly popular EOS R5, is slated to be announced in February 2024, with production preparations currently ramping up. The EOS R5 has been quite successful for Canon, as it is widely considered to be the camera that signaled the company’s serious entry into the professional mirrorless space. It also marked a revision of philosophy in design, departing from Canon’s traditional more conservative design choices and including some extreme capabilities, such as 8K raw video. 

When you consider that each model in the workhorse 5D DSLR series was announced about three and a half years apart, this timeline certainly makes sense, and given the advancements Nikon and Sony have made in the meantime, along with newer cameras like Canon’s own EOS R3 and EOS R6 Mark II, I’m sure the company would like to update the EOS R5 to keep pace, especially considering that like the 5D series, it remains the bread and butter camera of choice for countless professionals. Hopefully, we’ll hear more soon!


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