For many photographers, Canon has been the source of a lot of frustration. It seems they've been holding back features and not innovating as much as other companies in the market. Companies like Sony have been pushing things forward with exciting announcements regularly and Canon has been doing pretty much the exact opposite, but is this about to change?
In a recent video from two of my favorite YouTubers, Tony and Chelsea Northrup discuss why they think Canon may or may not release an incredible mirrorless camera. The Northrups discuss what they think Canon is likely to do and both sides of the argument sound very interesting. Over the last few years Canon has not been keeping up and many of their current cameras feel dated. Chelsea describes why she thinks Canon is probably more interested in developing other industries instead of investing further into their camera division. Tony, on the other hand, discusses why he thinks Canon wouldn't risk their bottom line and the camera industry is still far too valuable for them to ignore.
Many Canon shooters including myself are hoping they will release something worth the wait, however considering their track record I'm a little skeptical. What are your thoughts? Do you think Canon is finally going to give their customers what they want?