Following up on the Canon 90D rumors from earlier this week, the indication that it would be the final APS-C DSLR that Canon produces gain a little more traction with today’s rumors that there will be no EF-mount successor to the Canon 7D Mark II.
The discontinued notice for the Canon 7D Mark II body on B&H Photo’s website provides no comfort in the situation with no replacement in sight. According to Canon Rumors, recent communications between retailers and Canon point to assurances from Canon that “this concern will be addressed sometime later in 2019.”
This suggests that the Canon 90D “up-spec’ing” in the recent rumors may have some teeth to it and that the 7D feature set would likely find its way into the EOS R product line. Whether we end up a with an APS-C format in the EOS R product line is an entirely different question.