More rumors are point to a near-m43 sized sensor in the upcoming Canon CSC (which itself is still just a rumor). What do folks think? Here are my thoughts on Canon (from someone who has been shooting Canon DSLRs for the last 4-5 years): 1) I would be very interested in a FF mirrorless, but there's no indication this will happen, and is close to 0% probability, IMO. 2) I'm not sure I'd care about an APS-C sized mirrorless, as there are already good options in those categories. Yes, Canon has a lot of lenses, but they are all PDAF optimized, so the new camera would have to have some kind of PDAF option (adapter, or on-lens, ala Nikon 1) to make those workable. 3) If it's m43 sized, then I think I'm not interested. I would have been interested 6 months ago, but the OMD seems to really be powerful. What could Canon offer as an advantage over m43, if it has s similar sized sensor, and no native CDAF lenses (unless, as above, they have some kind of PDAF tech in the camera or adapter). 4) The ONLY thing I could think of is if they had a true RF-type body -- sort of a mini XPro1 -- that was a bit more like $1,000, but even then they'd need to launch with primes that could compete with the PL25 and Oly 45. I've attached a poll too, because everyone loves polls!