Canon has done a good job of filling out its full-frame mirrorless camera lineup with models like the inexpensive EOS RP, the versatile EOS R5, and the top-of-the-line EOS R3, as well as a few others. Now that the line is well-known, it’s almost time to start replacing older models, which will start in a few months.
Canon Rumors says that the EOS R will be replaced in late 2022 or early 2023 by a camera that will come after the EOS R6. When it was first announced at the end of 2018, the EOS R was the company’s first camera with an RF mount and its first full-frame mirrorless body.
Even though it had mostly simple specs, it turned out to be a good all-around camera (I use one as a second body) and was a huge step forward for the company.
In the meantime, the company has made rapid improvements to their cameras, so we can probably expect some big changes in the new model. This may also be why it won’t be called the EOS R Mark II.
Even though we don’t know much about it yet, since it will be below the EOS R6, its price will probably be around $2,000. We hope to find out more soon.