DSLR cameras range from cheap to insanely expensive, depending on the needs of the photographer and what sort of features they would like to have. Now if you’re in the market for an entry-level DSLR, Canon might have something for you. According to the folks at Canon Rumors, they got tipped off that Canon might announce a new entry-level DSLR camera in the very near future, which we can only assume is CP+ since the event will be taking place in about a month’s time. In fact the upcoming camera will be placed below the EOS 100D.
It seems that Canon might have several new cameras to announce at CP+. Last we heard Canon might be looking to announce the successor of the EOS 7D, the EOS 7D MK II. The rumors also suggested that Canon might have a new PowerShot camera in the works too called the G1 X Mark II, which is the successor to the Canon G1 X from back in 2012. Either way take it all with a grain of salt for now, but if you’re looking for new camera products, check back with us during CP+ to see if there are any official announcements to be had!
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