Upcoming Canon Cameras 2022

Here are Upcoming Canon DSLR, Mirrorless and Compact Cameras for 2022. This list includes Canon R1, Canon EOS R & RP successor and many more cameras.

We’ve also included a list of cameras that were scheduled to be announced in 2021 but were delayed due to chip shortages. Let’s take a look at the list of upcoming Canon cameras 2022.

Canon EOS R1

Canon is working on a Canon EOS R1 camera, to compete against the Nikon Z9 and Sony Alpha A1. The development announcement of the camera is expected between March to June 2022. For the first time, Canon will use a Higher Resolution Stacked CMOS Fullframe Sensor paired with Dual Digic X Image Processor in the EOS R1 Mirrorless Camera.

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Canon EOS R5C

The Canon EOS R5c, a rumored update of the R5 that boasts a cooling system as not to overheat, will purportedly be released in Q1 2022.

Although Canon’s EOS R5 is a great full-frame mirrorless, due to overheating issues many professional cinematographers are not able to include the EOS R5 in their professional workflow.

The Canon EOS R5c is, according to perpetual leaks, a video-oriented version of the Canon EOS R5 with a number of upgrades – including an active cooling system for “unlimited 8K 30p”, the 21-pin Mult-Function Shoe debuted on the Canon EOS R3, a full-size HDMI port and the Canon Log 2 profile.

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Canon EOS RP Mark II

An entry-level Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera is among the prospects for 2022. The biggest candidate in this segment for now is an EOS RP refresh, the Canon EOS RP Mark II. Based on the latest Canon Rumors,  the company is currently testing several prototypes of the camera which features redesigned 24 Mp and 30Mp sensors.  If everything goes on schedule we will have an official announcement between Aug-Sep of 2022.

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Canon EOS R Camera Successor – EOS R Mark II

Canon EOS R camera is also due for an update. The EOS R successor was expected to arrive in 2021 but was delayed due to chip shortage and global pandemic. We hope and expect in 2022 Canon will release the Canon EOS R Mark II camera which could have a different naming.

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Canon APS-C RF Mount Camera

This will be the first Canon RF mount camera with an APS-C image sensor. It is already undergoing testing in the field by a select group of photographers. The official announcement is expected in Q2 of 2022. Canon EOS R7 APS-C RF mount camera will be “directly aimed at sports, wildlife and videography”, to replace the Canon EOS 7D Mark II.  And this Canon EOS R7 is rumored to have a 32.5MP APS-C CMOS sensor, DIGIC X Image Processor, 5-Axis IBIS and UHD 4K60p & Full HD 120p video and more.

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Canon 200D Mark III & Canon M300

The latest Canon EOS Rebel SL3, also known as the EOS 250D, EOS 200D II and the EOS Kiss X10 (B&H Photo Video/Amazon) simply makes everyday photography extraordinary.  Canon has slowed down the development process for DSLR and compact cameras and continues to focus more on full-frame mirrorless. On the other hand, it is possible for entry-level cameras to show up sometime in 2022 and it will possibly be the Canon   / EOS 250D Mark II / EOS 200D III camera a.k.a Canon Kiss X10i in Japan.

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Canon G7X Mark IV – Canon will update its vlogging compact camera with an upgraded AF system. If everything goes on schedule then we will have the next G7X series camera in Q1 / Q2 of 2022.

This is the list of Upcoming Canon Cameras for 2022  If you have anything you want to add on the basis of gossip, please specify in your comments.

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  1. As a Canon user at heart since the film days when I had the Canon F-1N system, I hope Canon reads what I have to say.

    When I finally went digital in late 2008, I opted for the Rebel XSi as it was on sale and came with 2 lenses. I then upgraded to a 60D, 80D, and 5Dii in that order with numerous lenses and accessories subsequently bought. I also had the G12 when it came out. Feeling the need to go smaller and lighter as I aged, I went mirrorless and bought a Panasonic Lumix GX85, GX8, and GX9. Their lightweight and small lenses got me sold even with a smaller sensor that struggles in low light conditions. I love the rangefinder type of the GX’s as the position of the viewfinder is such that my nose does not hit the monitor and I do not need to constantly wipe the oils from my nose on the monitor, plus your left eye is also able to clearly see things on the left side as it is not blocked by the body of the camera. Among these 3 models, I find the GX8 is best with its having an articulating monitor, an IBIS (though Panasonic crippled it as it won’t work with non-IS lenses when taking video), a mic input (albeit it is non-standard), numerous customizable buttons, a sensible layout of its control buttons and wheels, and a good-sized grip. One of the best features (shared with the GX9) is the ability to reposition the viewfinder from 0 to 90 degrees for the most comfortable position as called for when shooting stills or video. Despite what Chris Niccolls of Dpreview TV and other influencers say who question the latter’s functionality, it is a great usable feature.

    Falling in love with the capabilities and functionalities of the rangefinder type mirrorless and wanting a full-frame system, I bought the Sony a7C as it fit my current needs. One of its features that got me sold is its ability to allow a full-frame lens to be used in APS-C (i.e., Super 35 mode). This allows me to limit my lens purchases. I bought the Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 and the Tamron 28-200mm f2.8-f5.6 lens so I’m basically covered for wide to telephoto (300mm in APS-C mode) with just these 2 lenses. The a7C is not perfect, but it will make do for now…until Canon comes up with a similar version in rangefinder format, but with enhanced features. Hopefully, they’ll include a tilting viewfinder like the GX8 (& GX9), plus more programmable buttons and a more sensible layout that Canon is famous for. Oh, and please add a button that allows instant 100% magnification when playing back a still image.

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