In most cases, Canon needs around two years to improve its entry level DSLR models. Since the last entry level DSLR was launched in 2016, we’re expecting a updates somewhere in the Q1 of 2018.
Canon T6/1300D is currently one of the most popular choices out there, but this doesn’t mean than the new model isn’t going to become one as well.
The new digital 1400D/T7 is going to come with Wi-Fit and it’s going to feature fixed rear LCD screen and it’s going to be as big as the previous model.
The list of possible specs include a 24MP APS-C Sensor (hybrid AF), an expanded ISO 25600 and 5fps shooting speed. The image processor is going to be improved for sure and the new camera may present 19-pt. Cross-Type AF.
We’re expecting the new model to be launched in February 2018. It’s going to be a new entry level camera that it’s not going to blow your mind, but you’re going to be able to rely on it in many situations.