Camera rumors 2018: the biggest and best camera rumors around


With Photokina 2018 later this year, it’s almost impossible to avoid new camera rumors coming out of the woodwork every single day. But, with a finger on the pulse of the latest industry trends and rumors, and with a bit of our own tech knowledge, we’ll look at what the biggest names in the camera industry may be dreaming up.

We’ve culled through every single one of the latest camera rumors, from wild speculation to the most convincing leaks, and brought you the biggest and the best. With these rumors, we can start to piece together a rough picture of products that major camera companies might be aiming to release, and what thirsty photographers will be able to get their hands on in the near future.

Now, it’s time to really dive into all of the juiciest camera rumors from every major manufacturer, from Canon to Olympus.

Canon rumors: Canon had a pretty busy year last year, so what can we expect in 2018? Are we likely to see a update to the EOS 5D Mark IV in the shape of the EOS 5D X? How about at update to the EOS 7D Mark II? And will Canon introduce a full-frame mirrorless camera?

Nikon rumors: With the Z6 and Z7 now finally with us, could we see the D750 get an update? And will the D5 get a midlife refresh?

Sony rumors: Sony's just announced the Alpha A7R III and Alpha A7 III, so that just leaves the Alpha A7S II in need of an update. Or will the company will turn its attention to its APS-C line first? 

Fujifilm rumors: Fujifilm has had a busy year already, first with the X-H1, and more recently the X-A5 and X-T100. So what else are we likely to see this year? 

Olympus rumors: There are rumors we could maybe see a update to the brand's inimitable OM-D E-M5 Mark II, although a new PEN-F model wouldn't be too big a surprise too.

Panasonic rumors: Panasonic's already announced the Lumix GH5S, Lumix GX9 and Lumix ZS200 / TZ200 this year already, and we also now finally have a Lumix LX100 Mark II. The biggest rumour now, however, concerns something quite different.