Post updated January 29th, 2013 at 03:10 pm
Back in April we speculated that the world of DSLRs would be flipped with the introductions of Entry-Level Full-Frame DSLRs and to my great surprise and obvious amusement, It looks like we may have called it. On the Canon side, there has been talk that the 7D will be replaced by a model called the 70D and the entry-level full frame will be called the 7DMKII. Come Photokina we may see the top level crop sensor camera the 70D with more pro features, better construction and improved performance to stack up with the plethora of new cameras in the market now.
On top of this, Photokina will also see the 7D Mark II which is pretty much going with naming conventions and should take on the Entry Level full frame role. This combined with the leaked pictures of the D600 from the Nikon camp backs up our speculation that come year-end we will see an influx of full frame cameras for people who can’t pay for a 5D3 or D800. Are you excited? I know I’m saving for one of these when they are eventually released. Bear in mind, these are STILL rumors and speculation with no HARD data from Canon. Dreams are a funny thing aren’t they?