Think the M is developed for consumer / enthusiast and for the EF-S crowd to jump over. The RF is more for the enthusiast / prosumer / pros and for the EF crowd to switch....Well, if Canon wants to make the real cut, them the M series will be phased out soon as well. It was Canon's playground and test bed for the mirror-less technology, on a low cost level using existing sensors. Since M mount can take EF mount lenses with adapter (and assuming the EF lens line will be kept alive for a longer period), this would form the new Canon ecosystem.
A lens mount for RF to M body looks unlikely: 2mm thickness and 8mm diameter difference is hard to bridge, although not impossible.
Agree. The sales is still in the EF-S and EF-M crowd. Maybe the next development is in the " RF-S or RF-M " lens ...Canon currently has 4 mounts. EF, EF-S, EF-M, RF. Many ILC models in production, not counting the compacts that cannot change lens.
Canon's worry is if a model is selling very well and consumers like it, does Canon want to stop its production?
Electronic level can be activated using the INFO button by cycling through the various display modes.I picked it up as well. Its been solid but the lack of 9 zone AF and mini electronic level in the viewfinder (like the 5D4) is extremely disappointing