How to Make the Canon EOS R Mk II a Fantastic Camera

Four years have passed since the Canon EOS R was introduced. It’s long enough to put yourself through the standard years of American college. That can feel like an eternity in the camera world, but Canon has always been more about sustainability and longer product lives. To that point, their regular discounts on the camera make us think the Canon EOS R Mk II will soon be unveiled. And if it’s coming, then this is what we want to see from it.

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Wishlist: Essential Features of the Canon EOS R Mk II

It’s been a few years since Canon announced the Canon EOS R. We admitted it wasn’t all that revolutionary when it launched. But it surely did some minor things to set it apart from the rest of the pack. And if anything, Canon’s lenses stole the show. It’s been a few years, and they’ve had a few cameras. The Canon EOS R5 and Canon EOS R6 aren’t exactly small. They’re specific cameras designed to be used for work. Many colleagues of mine and I cannot see ourselves always using them for fun or even some jobs. But when I picked up my Canon EOS R recently, I realized how wonderful the size is. And I hope that the Canon EOS R MK II fixes some annoying things.

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Patents Suggest Canon’s EOS R Mk II Could Have Hybrid Viewfinder

New patents show Canon hard at work on new camera tech, so maybe the EOS R Mk II will surprise a few people.

As we all know, Canon, along with Nikon, arrived incredibly late to the Full Frame Mirrorless camera party, and they have both paid the price for that snafu and their oversight. While they have been working hard to bring their next-generation lenses to market, their Mirrorless cameras leave much to be desired. This could all change with the Canon EOS R Mk II. Thanks to some new patents that have been filed, we can see what Canon might have up its sleeve for future camera releases. Let’s talk about this after the break.

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