As Canon continues to dive deep into the mirrorless waters, its DSLR shooters may be wondering if Canon's professional mirrored cameras have seen the last of their days and they'll be forced to eventually migrate. Luckily for those shooters, it seems as if Canon isn't done with high-level DSLRs just yet.
Canon Rumors is reporting that the Canon 1D X Mark III is in the early stages of field testing, likely with a timeline that'll have it ready for the 2020 Olympic Games, where Canon typically makes a splash. That's certainly good news for any Canon users who were hoping DSLR development wasn't finished. Canon has come quite strong out of the gate with it RF line (particularly the lenses), but I definitely believe there will be some overlap before they retire DSLRs, particularly with how big their current DSLR user base is. I wouldn't be suprised to see a 5D Mark V either, though my money is on the two aforementioned updates being the last professional-level DSLRs we see out of Canon. By the time a 1D X Mark IV or 5D Mark VI would be coming to market, Canon's mirrorless line will have been out for around 6-7 years, and without a doubt, their mirrorless line is the eventual future.
Head on over to Canon Rumors for more on the story.