I will be the first to tell you that the Canon 1D X Mark II is a great camera and a personal favorite, but at 3.5 years old, it's starting to show its age just a bit, and some eyes are starting to turn toward the forthcoming Mark III version. The good news is that it's coming next year, and with it will come some fantastic features.
Canon rumors is reporting that the Canon 1D X Mark III is all but confirmed for next year, which isn't a surprise given the upcoming summer Olympics, where companies often show off their best equipment. However, what is a bit more interesting is that the source also provided some of the likely specs. Perhaps the biggest news is on the video front, with rumors saying the camera will shoot 6K video without a crop. Also coming down the pipeline is a bump in resolution over the current 20.2-megapixel sensor and possibly IBIS. It's also likely the camera will receive a bump in ISO performance and in continuous shooting rate, as companies tend to do with flagship cameras. 2020 should be a very exciting year for gear nerds! Head over to Canon Rumors for more on the upcoming camera.