to get a mirrorless camera
to store shevles these days; of course, the advantages of this type of camera are numerous. And Canon has taken notice of the growing demand for such a market. Canon is designing a compact mirrorless to be released in 2012, according to Reuters
, but the company itself confirmed the existence and imminent release of the new shooter. The camera would be aimed at the prosumer and professional set, allowing photographers to capture DSLR-quality images with a much smaller device. At CES 2012 in January, Canon spoke about its plans for a mirrorless model, stating that the miniaturization of the camera and a re-imagined lens system are top priorities. Retailers suggest a mid October release.
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Canon's first mirrorless camera features some pretty nice specs for the price. Dropping $800 gets you an interchangeable-lens shooter with a professional image quality and semi-professional control over the settings. It's a lot of bang for the buck, so it's great for prosumers, but it would also make an excellent sidekick for photographers and journalists that try to travel light.
- 18MP CMOS (APS-C) sensor
- EF-M mount compatible with EF and EF-S lenses (w/ adapter)
- two new lenses available at launch
- 1080p video capture
- 3-inch, touchscreen display (1,040k resolution)
- Hybrid CMOS auto-focus for photo and video
- ISO 100-12,800, Expandable to 25,600
- DIGIC 5 CPU
- noise reduction
- 4.3fps for up to 15 shots
- uses SD, SDHC, SDXC and UHS-I cards