After the first image that we presented over the weekend, we can now take a more detailed look at the all new mirrorless Canon EOS M digital camera. After lots of rumors, the camera giant is finally moving into this heated market, which has until now been owned more or less by Panasonic with its Lumix range.
The specs do not disappoint. Canon has packed a DSLR-comparable 18 Megapixel APS-C sensor into the EOS M. Also it comes with a 3.0 inch smudge-resistant touchscreen, ISO 100-12800 and 4.3 fps continuous shooting. The camera uses Canon’s new M-Mount and it comes at a launch with two lens options: a 22mm pancake and a 18-55mm zoom. Just to answer your next question, yes Canon will be offering an adapter ($200), so that you can use the camera with all existing EF/EF-S lenses.
The Canon EOS M mirrorless digital camera is priced at 800 USD and can be pre-ordered now from Amazon.