Canon hasn't announced that it is making a Compact System Camera, nor has it detailed any information about whether it will in the future, but that hasn't stopped one designer creating what he believes a Mirrorless camera from Canon should look like - if the camera company were to make one.
"Like many others, I too have been waiting for quite a while for Canon to release its mirrorless system. There are speculations and indications that they may very well do so this year, but I personally grew a bit restless," writes designer David Riesenberg on his blog.
"Because of this, I decided to put to paper, or rather to CAD and rendering software, my vision of such camera. After about a month of learning, debating, modelling and rendering, the Canon AE-D came to life."
The following 11 renders detail loads of features Riesenberg wants in his new Canon camera, including a cool-looking pop-up flash and an electronic viewfinder that attaches to the hot shoe, but still gives you a hot shoe to attach a flash gun to. Clever.
Retro yes, Olympus OM-D inspired certainly, but we know that if Canon produced anything even half as good we would definitely want one in our camera bag.
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There are plenty more pictures on Riesenberg's website.