What is Canon preparing for CES? What kind of prime cameras do we expect at the fair?

CES, the Consumer Electronic Show, is one of the largest consumer electronics trade fairs held every January in Las Vegas. At this fair there are many premieres, including of course cameras. We recently reported that Canon will show just one camera this year – the PowerShot G1 X mark III. So what will appear at CES? As can be found from canonrumors.com portal, Canon has registered five new cameras. One of them is obviously the new G1 X, but apart from it on the list are two SLRs, compact and modular camera . All in all, it's a good deal, so it's possible that not only will CES be hosted, but also CP +, which will take place in March. What do we know about cameras? One of the SLRs will definitely be amateur equipment because it will be produced in Taiwan. All equipment will also include WiFi module, including this amateur DLSR. An interesting thing is the modular camera that will be produced in Japan. Unfortunately, little else is known. Well, not too long ago I reported that Canon is investing in lenses, and here it turns out that the Japanese are preparing for offensive when it comes to cameras. Okay – what to choose, when buying new hardware or changing system.