Those waiting to see the final details of Canon\u2019s EOS R3 camera will reportedly get their wish on September 14, as a new launch page for a Canon camera has gone live in Japan. As spotted by PhotoRumors, Canon has launched a countdown clock on its Japanese website that promises a \u201cCanon EOS Presentation\u201d for a new product on September 14. \u201cA new era of video begins,\u201d the website reads with a promise of a \u201cnew product launch\u201d as a subtitle. Notably, Canon does not reveal the product that will be featured in the presentation, but a week ago Canon Rumors reported that September 14 would be the launch date for the EOS R3. After what the website describes as a \u201cfalse alarm\u201d June announcement, Canon Rumors stated that \u201ca few things lining up that seem to point to an announcement on or around September 14, 2021.\u201d Canon The combination of that date in a rumor from a week ago mixed with a new product announcement event slated for the same time in Japan seems like more than just a coincidence. Additionally, previous rumors pointed to this fall as the launch date for the camera after rumors of its launch in June were debunked. via Photo Rumors The EOS R3 is expected to feature a Canon-designed 24-megapixel back-illuminated sensor (courtesy of photos taken at the Tokyo Olympics), vari-angle touchscreen, a new type of hot shoe with enhanced capabilities, a high-speed electronic shutter, oversampled 4K video in Canon Log3, eye-control autofocus capabilities, internal RAW video recording, and the ability to track cars and other automobiles with intelligent autofocus technology. The full list of confirmed specifications can be found as a combination of Canon\u2019s first and second development announcements. Canon Rumors also reports that not only will the EOS R3 be announced on September 14, but multiple adapters and two new lenses will also be revealed. The rumor site alleges that the EOS R3 will launch beside the ST-E10 Speedlite Transmitter, the AD-E1 Multi Accessory Shoe Adapter, a DM-E1D Stereo Microphone, and a strap as well as two different eyecups. Additionally, it is possible that the Canon RF 100-400mm f\/5.6-7.1 IS USM \u2014 the exact aperture range here is rumored and not confirmed \u2014 and the Canon RF 16mm f\/2.8 will also be announced.