The Canon EOS R3 is currently Canon's most powerful mirrorless camera, and it offers some impressive features and capabilities that have impressed most of its users. Nonetheless, the title of "flagship" will eventually belong to the EOS R1. It looks like we might have to wait a while for that, though.
Canon has built out its mirrorless camera and lens lines quite a bit, but the EOS R1, the mirrorless equivalent of the 1D series, has not yet made its way to the market. Canon Rumors is reporting that we might have to continue to wait for a while, as it might not make an appearance until the 2024 Olympics in Paris, France. This might be frustrating for photographers who are eyeing cameras like the Sony a1 and the Nikon Z9 with envy, but in the meantime, cameras like the EOS R3 and EOS R5 have generally satisfied the needs of most professional photographers. Nonetheless, whenever the EOS R1 does make its way to the market, I am sure there will be plenty of sports and wildlife photographers interested in the camera. It isn't surprising to hear that it might appear at the Olympics either, as this is a common place for camera companies to show off their latest tech. Hopefully, we'll hear something before that!