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					Canon New EOS M Digital Camera

Canon has long been a leader in the world of DSLRs, but when it comes to smaller sized shooters, Canon
had largely concentrated on commercially viable consumer and prosumer class digital cameras, not really
treading on the mirrorless camera technology known as Micro Four Thirds which has been around for
some years now. The mirrorless camera comes close to a DSLR in terms of image quality, and yet is far
less bulkier in terms of size, not to mention allowing you to change a fair number of lenses (a market
which is growing), making it a favorite secondary camera to many.




Well, Canon has finally decided to dip their toes into this particular market, by offering the Canon EOS M
digital camera which is said to deliver exceptional EOS Full HD video quality with continuous autofocus,
not to mention having it accompanied by a notable and expansive range of lenses.



Inspired by EOS technology, the EOS M will be able to leverage on the company’s core technologies,
while distilling them down in order to deliver outstanding video capture capabilities without sacrificing
image quality when it comes to still shots. Whenever you want to capture still images, the EOS M
camera’s 18-megapixel APS-C-sized CMOS image sensor is more than capable of delivering a shallow
depth of field, in addition to incredible low-light image quality and a wide dynamic range which is more
than capable of capturing rich gradation and detail.



This is the latest member of the EOS family, where both videographers and photographers alike
regardless of their level of professionalism and interest, will be able to play nice with a couple of lenses
that were specially designed for Canon’s new camera format – namely the EF-M 22mm f/2 STM kit lens
and the optional EF-M 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens. Not only that, you are also able to make full use
of your Canon EF and EF-S lenses courtesy of the optional Mount Adapter EF-EOS M.




Product Specifications and Features:

EOS Full HD Movie mode with Movie Servo AF for continuous focus tracking of moving subjects also
includes:

     Manual exposure control

     Multiple resolution frame rates

     Built-in stereo microphone

     Manual audio level adjustment

     Video Snapshot mode with touch-screen editing

  18.0-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
  ISO 100-6400 (expandable to 12800 in H mode) for video recording, ISO 100-12800 (expandable to
25600 in H mode) for still image shooting from bright to dim light and high performance Powerful
DIGIC 5 Image Processor for exceptional image quality video and photos

  Hybrid CMOS AF delivers fast autofocus speed for video and photos

   Touch Screen 3.0-inch Clear View LCD monitor II (approximately 1,040,000 dots) with smudge-
resistant coating features multi-touch operation allowing photographers to use familiar gestures such as
"pinch-to-zoom" and "swiping" to scroll between pictures and Touch AF for an easy and intuitive video
capture experience

   Scene Intelligent Auto mode delivers expertly optimized photos and scene detection for amazing
results even when shooting at night

  Advanced imaging features like Handheld Night Scene mode, HDR Backlight Control mode, and seven
Creative Filters provide added versatility

  Multi-shot Noise Reduction helps preserve precious detail in photos at high ISO speeds

  Compatible with SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards, including new Ultra High Speed (UHS-I) cards

  Compatible with all Canon Speedlite accessories including the new Speedlite 600EX and Speedlite
Transmitter ST-E3-RT

  Compatible with Canon's GPS Receiver GP-E2

				
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Description: Canon New EOS M Digital Camera has long been a leader in the world of DSLRs, but when it comes to smaller sized shooters, Canon had largely concentrated on commercially viable consumer and prosumer class digital cameras, not really treading on the mirrorless camera technology known as Micro Four Thirds which has been around for some years now. The mirrorless camera comes close to a DSLR in terms of image quality, and yet is far less bulkier in terms of size, not to mention allowing you to change a fair number of lenses (a market which is growing), making it a favorite secondary camera to many.