Canon announced three new cameras yesterday including PowerShot G5 X, G9 X and EOS M10, an ultra compact mirrorless camera. At first, let’s check out what new features have been equipped in the sleek body.
Canon EOS M10 is a well-featured, compact interchangeable lens mirrorless camera that measures 4.3 x 2.6 x 1.4 inches and weights 10.62 oz. As we can see from the images, the compact camera shows off a smooth and lightweight form factor, and its integrated thumb grip and rounded edges ensure you firmly and comfortably hold your EOS M10 for capturing photos or videos.
Canon EOS M10 features an 18.0MP APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor in order to produce clean, sharp and well-detailed imagery and bring you a native sensitivity range of ISO 100-12800 (expandable to ISO 25600) for shooting in low-light conditions, and its continuous shooting rate of 4.6 fps lets you capture moving subjects.
Moreover, the mirrorless camera also features hybrid CMOS AF II with contrast-detection and phase-detection focusing methods that helps you focus on the subjects you want to capture. And its 180-degree tilting touchscreen LCD not only provides flexible ways to take awesome photos, but also lets you capture self-portraits with ease.
In addition, built-in WiFi with NFC allows the camera to wirelessly transmit photos and videos to your smartphone or tablet for easy to share with your friends, and using custom app, you can remote control your EOS M10 via your mobile device.
Canon EOS M10 mirrorless camera with a 15-45mm lens is priced at $599 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Canon or B&H for its more details.