The company’s new Canon camera system, the C300, will cost you $30K, according to a report from The Verge.
The report cites unnamed sources and claims that the C400, which was announced in September, will include a 64-megapixel sensor and an upgraded firmware, including a better focus ring and a better lens.
The new C300 has a 6-megapixels sensor, and the new firmware includes improvements for image stabilization.
But the C500 will have a 64MP sensor and a new firmware, according a source familiar with the matter.
The C500 and C600 will both come in a 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution.
The 5D III and the X mirrorless camera will both have an LCD screen, though neither will have optical image stabilization like the X3 and X5, according the report.
The price tag will also likely include a $3,500 premium for the X-Pro1 sensor, which will be the same as the one on the 5D3.
The Canon C300 is expected to ship in late November or early December, though the price will be announced at a later date.