Canon is slowly filling out its mirrorless line, but there are still some cameras and lenses that photographers are waiting to complete their kits or to justify switching. The good news is that Canon seems to be planning a lot of releases for their mirrorless line in the first half of 2020.
Canon Rumors is reporting that Canon is planning to announce 4-6 new RF lenses in the first half of next year, helping to further fill out their mirrorless line. So far, Canon's mirrorless lenses have been very well received, highly lauded for pushing the boundaries of lens design and for their high optical quality. Still, most of them are quite expensive and rather bulky, and there are not that many lenses in the lineup available yet, so surely, photographers will be happy to see more options come to the market. The company will also announce a high-resolution mirrorless camera, the replacement for the 50-megapixel 5DS and 5DS R DSLRs, which will be able to take advantage of the RF line's high-quality lenses. The flagship professional model still seems to be far off, however.
Head over to Canon Rumors for more on Canon's upcoming plans.