2018 is coming up fast and Tony Northrup has uploaded his latest video with his camera predictions. Although predictions can very often be wrong, it doesn't stop us from trying. On occasions, many of us, including myself, tend to make predictions based on what we hope to see in the future.
In Northrup's latest video, he describes his latest predictions for what he thinks is due for 2018. Most of the predictions seem very safe and reasonable, but interesting nonetheless. The camera that I'm sure many of us are waiting for is the Sony a7S III. If this camera has a significant improvement in autofocus and can shoot 4K at 60p, I think it may become the go-to camera for many videographers. Other potential cameras such as the Canon 90D and the 7D Mark III could be very interesting based on Northrup's predictions. Lastly, the idea of a full-frame mirrorless camera from Canon and Nikon is definitely interesting but their lack of lenses may prevent people from migrating across in droves.
For me personally, I would like Canon to release a high-resolution DSLR with 16-bit raw files. I'm less interested in dynamic range and the extra colors would be a first for full frame. ISO 50 would be great too but Canon seems to prefer baby steps.
What are your predictions for next year, is there anything specific you would personally like to see?