Quote:Just like EF-S disappeared after the 5D and 6D series, right?
On Amazon.com Canon EF-M kits rank number 5, 11 and 13 when I looked just now.
On a related note: the EF-M mount diameter is the same size as the Sony E-mount diameter, larger than the Fuji X diameter. So if Canon deems in pertinent, they can choose to use the EF-M mount for a mirrorless FF model.
And you think they'll battle Sony on a ground where Sony is years ahead ?
If they are something bigger from scratch why should they stick to 36x24 ? Just because of the EF-M constraint?
And a different perspective on your statement - the best selling Canon mirrorless camera - body only - is on rank 35.
And if you look closely ... the EOS M5 is on rank 42 in the bundle section. The awesome YI M1 is on rank 21 ... just in case you argue that bundles are more popular. In the top 10 there are two invalid entries, and 5 deprecated models (aka cheap).
Anyway, Canon will not hesitate a second to abandon EF-M if that makes sense business wise. Which comes back to the fact that companies aren't loyal to customers.