The other day we reported that Canon had sent out invites to an event for the 21st of August, and we’re sure many are wondering what Canon might have in store for us. Some are speculating that perhaps we will be seeing higher-end products launch, like a new EOS M camera, or possible the EOS 7D MK II. Unfortunately it turns out that the event might not be as exciting after all, at least as far as professional photographers are concerned, because according to a source who spoke to Canon Rumors, they were informed that the 21st of August event will not unveil anything high-end, but rather it could be used to announce new PowerShot cameras and possible more details about the Project 1709 photo management service, which some believe could be the reason why the invite feature a cloud as opposed to an EOS, PowerShot, or EF logo which Canon has used in the past. In any case we will definitely be keeping our eyes peeled for more information, but check back with us on the 21st of August for the details!
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