Canon have certainly upped their game with their latest releases. They have announced two new models in the entry level range with a Canon 750D and 760D. The new cameras have a 24.2 Mp sensor. The 750D seems to be a direct replacement for the 700D while the 760D is aimed at photographers wanting a little more control with features associated with the enthusiast EOS models like the 70D and 7D mk II.
The biggest upgrade has got to be the New Canon 5Ds and 5DSR cameras with a huge 50.6 mp Sensor. The 5DSR features allow pass cancellation filter which should ensure superb detail. Both cameras are expected to be around £3000 and are not a replacement of the 5dMkII which is still going to be sold. Due June 2015.
Looking forward to seeing the D750/760 on a course and hopefully a 5DS at some stage.