Canon has done a good job of filling out its full-frame mirrorless camera lineup with models like the inexpensive EOS RP, the flexible EOS R5, and the top-of-the-line EOS R3, as well as a few others. Now that the line is well-known, it will be a time in a few months to start replacing older models.
Canon Rumors says that the EOS R will be replaced by a camera that comes after the EOS R6 in late 2022 or early 2023. When it was first announced at the end of 2018, the EOS R was Canon’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 big step forward for the company.
Since then, the company has made a lot of changes to its cameras, so the new model is likely to have some big changes. It may also not be called the EOS R Mark II because of this.
Even though we don’t know much about it yet, its price will probably be around $2,000 because it will be less powerful than the EOS R6. We’re hoping to learn more soon.