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2018 was a bit more calm year in the photography industry than we expected, but 2019 promises to give us advanced and amazing cameras, and we have got all the camera rumours right on this page. We have scoured the internet to find each and every camera rumour, from mind blowing glances to most surprising leaks, we have brought the biggest camera rumours that 2019 may bring. Let us dive into the best camera rumours from all the top manufacturers and let’s see what photographers will be getting in this year.

#1 Nikon D760

While the mirrorless Z6 and Z7 already caught the headlines in the recent months, we don’t think Nikon will forget its DSLR range. Over the past three years or more, D750 already acquired immense popularity for being inexpensive full-frame camera, but now it surely needs an update to provide a competitive edge to its rivals. We don’t expect D760 to launch without 4K video recording as the latest arrivals D850, D500 and D5 are already equipped with 4K video recording.

#2 Canon EOS R Pro

Canon recently launched its first full-frame mirrorless camera EOS R, but it wasn’t the flagship model that we all expected. It wasn’t long after Canon announces that we could see an EOS R Pro version in the near future. We predict that it will probably be the successor of mighty EOS-1D X Mark II, though we don’t say we will not see a Mark III model. If you have your eyes on this camera, then subscribe to Bydiscountcodes to receive discount vouchers and codes to buy this model at competitive prices.

#3 Sony A7S III

After the recent launch of A7 III and A7R III, we are wondering whether Sony will come with a A7S III update. A7S II has been available for over three years already, and it has been a dependable model for pro videographers, but it is now at the risk of being beaten down by its rivals. We predict that A7S III will share the same body design as of A7 III and A7R III, but with improvements on image sensor and addition of the AF-On button, AF joystick and touchscreen display.

#4 Fujifilm X-H2

With the arrival of X-T3 with new sensors, faster processing and improved 4K recording, we think the Fujifilm’s flagship model X-H1 looks a little outdated. Though, X-T3 is the newest in the X series, but we assume the company is already set to release out an update on X-H1. It won’t be too long to see X-H2 embedded with forth generation X-Trans CMOS sensor with 26.1MP resolution alongside the most advanced X-Processor 4 and improved AF system.

#5 Panasonic Lumix S1 and S1R

In the celebration of its 100th birthday and the 10th anniversary of its first ever mirrorless camera – G1, Panasonic has announced to launch brand new two full-frame mirrorless models – S1 and S1R. While Panasonic hasn’t confirmed much about their specs, but the company is clearly trying to beat Sony A7 III and Nikon Z6 with Lumix S1, and Sony A7R III and Nikon Z7 with S1R model.