We have heard rumors that Canon could be looking to release a new EOS M camera, with the latest rumors suggesting it could a full-frame camera. However according the folks at Northlight-Images, if you were hoping for a full-frame compact from Canon, or perhaps one with a more substantial upgrade, you might only be able to look forward to it from September onwards. It seems that Canon will only be shipping a new EOS M with a dual-pixel sensor after the release of the EOS 70D. In the meantime we have also heard reports that the EOS M is running out of stock from online retailers, suggesting that an announcement could be imminent. If that is the case, the “replacement” for the current-gen EOS M could merely be one with an upgraded 18MP sensor, versus the dual-pixel sensor mentioned just now. This camera is expected to precede the launch of the newer EOS M and apart from the rumored 18MP sensor, we’re not sure what else is “new” about it. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but if you were holding out for a newer and more updated version of the EOS M, you might want to hold off on your purchase for now.
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