If you've been wondering what the future of Canon's various camera lines will be, the company has gone on the record in several recent interviews, clarifying just how future development will continue.
In a recent interview with DPReview, Canon clarified that a professional EOS R mirrorless camera is on the way, though they have not said exactly when that will be. Though such a camera is essentially inevitable, many are more interested in what Canon's DSLR line's future will be. Canon has clarified that they will be continuing development of multiple such models in tandem with the mirrorless R line. Surely, one such model will be the update to the 1D X Mark II, which will likely be seen at the 2020 Olympics. In addition, and perhaps more surprisingly, Canon also confirmed continued development of the M mirrorless line.
In addition, in speaking to Imaging Resource, Canon noted that they have quite a lot of products being prepared for this year. The company wasn't more specific about what they're planning for 2019 and when to expect those products, but it should be interesting to see what the company has in store, particularly as they're now taking professional-level mirrorless cameras quite seriously.