Canon has been making quite a bit of effort in their mirrorless camera department as we have seen the company launch quite a few different models over the years, with each model improving over the previous one. That being said, the company could be getting ready to launch a successor to the EOS M10 which was launched back in 2015.

In a report from Canon Watch, it seems that Canon could have a successor to the EOS M10 in the form of the EOS M20. This is the first time we have heard about the EOS M20 and in terms of specs, not much is known about it at the moment, but presumably it will improve upon what the EOS M10 had to offer. The report claims that the camera will be announced on the 20th of July, 2017 which is next month.

We have heard some rumors about a Canon mirrorless camera, but the previous rumors were about a full-frame mirrorless that would supposedly be the answer to Sony’s A7/A9 series of mirrorless cameras. However the report claimed that the camera would be launched in 2018 meaning that the EOS M20 will continue being a cropped sensor camera.

In addition to the EOS M20, Canon Watch is also claiming that Canon could also unveil new DSLRs on the day itself, such as the EOS 6D MK II and an entry-level EOS Rebel SL2. Take it with a grain of salt but we should find out soon enough.

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