The new M5 was officially announced. It looks very good. Has many of the mirrorless features we love and adds some things like dual pixel AF that we wish we had. 9fps I s-AF, 7 in c-AF, probably c-af and tracking that really work. It's not "pro grade", but it's under $1000. I think it will do two things. 1) it will immed put pressure on all other mirrorless ILC sales. 2) it will influence traditional DSLR shooters who will take note and start wanting some of its features. 3) outgrowth of #2 is that we'll see the big two develop and release many new mirrorless bodies of all grades. It could be the tip of the spear that finally ends the reign of the dslr. No more denying the value of EVFs or touchscreen to pull focus, etc...because it's in "one of our own" so o speak. This is the first of its kind for Canikon, new bodies serving all levels of the market will come rapidly from its basis. Need to see more reviews of course, but I think it will have impact in the DSLR user world. In the short term I bet it makes life difficult for Sony A6300.