Canon EOS M

Canon PowerShot G5 X, EOS M10 now official, G9 X included

Canon PowerShot G5 X, EOS M10 now official, G9 X included

Canon has finally given the official word on the its new digital cameras, one from the EOS M family and two from the high performance PowerShot line. Much of what we've seen last time meshes with the formal announcement, but you know what they say about details and devils. The EOS M10 puts a new interchangeable lens on a digital compact to appeal to what Canon calls the Social Media Generation, while the PowerShot G5 X and G9 X expand the choices that professional photographers have when taking shots on the go.

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Canon PowerShot G5 X, EOS M10 silently appear online

Canon PowerShot G5 X, EOS M10 silently appear online

Just last week, we saw signs that Canon was preparing three new digital cameras to cater to professionals and hobbyists alike. Now Canon has launched two out of three of those cameras, though surprisingly with little in the way of fuss or fanfare. Not that they are not noteworthy in any manner. The new PowerShot G5 X, for example, boasts of the first in the family to bear a 2.36 million dot electronic viewfinder. The new EOS M10, on the other hand, boasts compatibility with both EF-M EOS M series digital lenses and EF and EF-S DSLR lenses.

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Canon EOS M3 mirrorless compact coming to the US in October

Canon EOS M3 mirrorless compact coming to the US in October

Canon unveiled the third generation EOS M digital camera back in February and, for a time, it seemed that the camera maker was content not to bring it to the US. Half a year later, it has changed course. The new, or not so new, EOS M3 is ready to go stateside, though it won't be until another two months before advanced amateurs will be able to get their hands on one. Along with the EOS M3, three new EF-M interchangeable lenses will also be available to extend the camera's range.

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Canon EOS M3 leak points to tiltable LCD, popup flash

Canon EOS M3 leak points to tiltable LCD, popup flash

Last week we encountered details of Canon's upcoming high-end EOS 5DS and its low-pass filter free 5DS R variant and mentioned rumors of an upcoming M3 camera as well. This time, we're seeing for the first time some leaked photos of the digital camera, revealing a few interesting new details. Sadly, there aren't enough details yet to form a more complete picture, figuratively speaking, of the camera, though the leaked information is probably enough to get camera fans a bit excited for what yet to come.

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Kipon plans electronic EOS to micro four thirds lens adapter

Kipon plans electronic EOS to micro four thirds lens adapter

You can already buy mounts that will adapt your Canon lenses to mirrorless cameras such as Sony’s NEX line, but you lose out on any electronic control in the process. Kipon, an accessory company famous for creating various mounts and adapters, has announced that it plans to sell a full electronic EOS to micro four thirds adapter. The timing is certainly interesting considering the Canon EOS-M was just announced this week, marking Canon’s own entry into the mirrorless camera market.

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Canon EOS M Japan reveals accessories coming late September

Canon EOS M Japan reveals accessories coming late September

Today Canon has done a marvelous job of beating up the news with bits of excitement on their brand new Canon EOS M camera system, the latest bit being some accessories not yet available to the public. What you'll be seeing here that's different from what's been revealed earlier today is a lovely new body jacket of many colors, matching neck straps, and an additional Speedlite for you flash shooters. You'll want to keep your pocketbooks open until September for these pieces of hardware add-ons for sure.

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Canon: EOS M is our DSLR gateway drug

Canon: EOS M is our DSLR gateway drug

Canon aims to break open a new market with its newly-announced Canon EOS M, straddling the divide between the traditional EOS DSLR audience and those who have higher expectations than point-and-shoots. "Although there's no question that this is an EOS camera" Canon UK's David Parry told TechRadar, "it's targeted at people who are not traditionally an EOS camera customer." The new model is Canon's first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.

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Canon EOS M up for pre-order: Supplies already short

Canon EOS M up for pre-order: Supplies already short

Canon's EOS M mirrorless camera may have only been officially announced this morning - and not due to hit shelves until October - but if you want one from the first batch the advice is to flex your credit card today. Pre-order listings for the new EOS M have already gone live at some online retailers, priced at $799, along with warnings that initial stock is unlikely to be sufficient to meet demand from shutterbugs.

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Canon EOS M spills samples plus promo for the Instagram generation

Canon EOS M spills samples plus promo for the Instagram generation

Canon has released sample shots from the new EOS M mirrorless camera, along with a suitably uptempo promo video positioning the snapper as perfect for the impatient Instagram generation. The new gallery of stills and video clips put the EOS M through its paces in portrait, macro and landscape photography, as well as in low-light video situations, and if we weren't drooling over the new Canon before, we certainly are now.

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Canon EOS M 18MP mirrorless camera official for October

Canon EOS M 18MP mirrorless camera official for October

Canon has officially joined the mirrorless interchangeable lens camera crowd with the new Canon EOS M, an 18-megapixel compact with touchscreen control and sized for your pocket. Packing an APS-C CMOS sensor, ISO 100-12800 (expandable to 25600 in H mode) and Full HD video recording, the EOS-M uses the same DIGI 5 Image Processor found in Canon's DSLRs, along with a Hybrid CMOS autofocus system with 31 AF points, face detection and multi-point AF.

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