Canon has started developing their cameras with full-frame mirrorless capability of shooting 8K videos. Canon’s executive Yoshiyuki Mizoguchi confirmed it himself in an interview that “an 8K video-capable camera is already in our EOS R-series roadmap.”
The comments and feedback from the fans are in a virtuous position already. Canon is the pioneer of having a 4K support and full-HD video capture. 5D Mark II in 200 was the further proof. The company did manufacture 4K-capable cameras back then in 2016 in Mark IV and 1D X Mark II DSLRs. But the support for mirrorless 4K cameras took Canon a year to get into the market.
Keeping all these videos related on the other side, this EOS R is first and a full-frame camera. And Canon is looking forward to the fame in the regard. It says it wants to see this EOS-R running successfully among the users.
The company stated: “We are developing multiple EOS R cameras now, but due to varying levels of preferred features we are likely to launch an amateur model next to let a large group of customers step up and enjoy full-frame image quality,”
The executive again mentioned how positive they are towards this new 8K full-frame mirrorless cameras. And are planning to have a huge market in the near future. He further added, “Have no doubt that a professional model is coming, but perhaps it may not be the next model we introduce.”