Canon has unveiled EOS M100, its latest entry-level mirrorless camera. With its mainstream features that can be found in many mid-range cameras the EOS M100 may be an ideal option for every shutterbug.
Canon EOS M100 is a budget friendly and flexible mirrorless camera that measures 2.6 x 4.3 x 1.4 inches and weighs 0.67 pounds. The camera sports an elegant, minimal appearance design along with two optional colors: black and white. The curved ontours and textured front panel let you comfortably hold the camera for shooting or recording.
The entry-level mirrorless camera comes equipped with a 24.2MP CMOS sensor paired with DIGIC 7 image processor in order to deliver high-quality, high-resolution images, fast response and a wide sensitivity range from ISO 100-25600. Meanwhile, the compact mirrorless camera supports up to 4fps continuous shooting or up to 6.1fps with AF Lock, and you can use it to record 1080p video at up to 60fps.
Furthermore, its Dual Pixel CMOS AF delivers a smooth and fast focusing performance, and using its 3.0-inch touchscreen display you can simply tap to select where you want to focus. The touchscreen also allows you to more conveniently set your EOS M100 and preview or review images by touching, tapping or swiping. The touchscreen LCD display is tilt-able 180-degree for easy to take perfect selfies and get the shot from various angles.
Moreover, Canon EOS M100 also features built-in WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC, so you can wirelessly connect it with your smartphone or tablet, sharing your photos and videos via social network or remotely controlling the camera via its custom app. In addition, using an optional adapter, EOS M100 supports both EF and EF-S mount lenses.
Canon EOS M100 entry-level mirrorless camera with a 15-45mm lens is priced at $599.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details.