Canon EOS M, first camera without a mirror of the company
Canon today officially introduced its first Camera without mirror with interchangeable lenses (MILC), the EOS M, which seeks to integrate the portability of a pocket camera with the image quality of a DSLR. Most big companies already sell camera camera models of this type (Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, Pentax, etc.) so that the release of Canon in this area was quite expected.
The EOS M comes with an APS-C CMOS sensor of 18 megapixels, 3 inch touch screen (allowing pinch-to-zoom), AF hybrid autofocus system and Servo AF mode to focus on video in real time. You can record video at 1080p at 24, 25 or 30 frames per second and the camera includes stereo microphone and a system to reduce noise and distortion of the audio.
The mount is compatible with Canon EOS EF lenses and EF-S of the current DSLR, EOS M-type also ILC. This is good news for those who are regular users of Canon, since in most cases these cameras requires the purchase of new glasses.
The camera goes on sale in Japan in September, while selling “international” would be in October. In the United States can be booked for $ 799.99 USD.
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