Canon reveals its most portable mirrorless camera, the EOS M10. A cheaper version of the recently announced EOS M3, this portable mirrorless camera also comes with a brand new outfitted lens. It takes a much more consumer-friendly take rather than the more photographer-focused partners both inside the camera and outside, according to the Verge.
President and COO of Canon Yuichi Ishizuka shares in a post, ?this is the camera for the social media generation, including those who love to take and share high-quality photos and video while on the go. It will help them make the transition to a dedicated high-quality digital camera, because of its mobile compatibility and creative options.?
Designs and features
According to the Verge, the EOS M10 uses an 18-megapixel APS-C that comes with Canon?s DIGIC 6 image processor. Its light sensitivity ranges from ISO 100 to 12,800. The lens is a new retractable EF-M 15-45MM which shortens and locks into a compact size when you?re not using it. ?This retractable Canon interchangeable lens provides outstanding image quality that helps the EOS M10 camera remain small and lightweight to go with you anywhere,? Canon posts in a blog.
The EOS M10 can take a 1080p video at 24-30 frames per second but unfortunately won?t shoot slow-motion or UHD footage, the Verge reports. It also has a built-in retractable flash and Wi-Fi plus Mobile Device Connect Button which allows you to quickly share and post to everyone. The outside of the camera also has a rubber grip much like the M3?s, multiple control dials and flash hot shoe ?for a much simple point-and-shoot.?
The Canon EOS M10 mirrorless camera, in a kit with the 15-45MM lens, will be available to authorized Canon dealers starting November 2015 at an estimated retail price of $599. It will be available in the colors black and white while the grey version can exclusively be bought at Canon?s online retail store.