Canon execs themselves don't know yet if they will launch APS-C RF camera since they are still doing market research... So it's not in the immediate future.for birding a high megapixel sensor even if noisy would do the trick, but it's unlikely Canon would launch such a sensor since they will be roasted by reviewers and the expected low rating it will have, the same pixel density on a cropped sensor is better accepted unfortunately
07-23-2021, 10:18 AM
(This post was last modified: 07-23-2021, 10:23 AM by Brightcolours.)
Canon's current APS-C sensor is the highest resolution sensor on the APS-C market at the moment (32.5MP). Yet it is not "roasted by reviewers" and does not have "low rating".
If you use that pixel density on an FF sensor, you get a 82.5mp sensor.
On the other hand, people have been photographing birds with FF format for decades, without "cropping". Skill, dedication, time, vs. ease maybe? Yeah, I am not a "birder". But I do understand that different folks have different wants and needs.