Canon has stated their new mirrorless camera, M100 and some unique features that come with it. In fact, if you’re looking out to see a break from the Canon implements on virtually its product, then you may be strange here.
The two-year old M10 has a new follow up with a kit lens and a somewhat similar M5 makeup. You may not be wrong to say the $599 worth M100 is the most exciting Canon’s mirrorless camera. It appears to be the affordable way to follow up the M lineup by Canon.
Features of Canon’s M100
The M100 has many specs. While some are significant, others are light. However, the seeming most notable feature of the mirrorless M100 is its bigger 24.2-megapixel, Canon’s DIGIC 7 image processor and APS-C sensor, suffice it to say that it has much-related guts as the M5.
Offering a top quality product at a lower price is indeed a good thing, though it may not be a revolution. This can be seen in Canon’s M6, which now hangs between M100 and M5. The M100 can shoot a whole 1080p video at up to 60 frames every second and can raffle off steady frames at about 6.1 fps. The M100 features Canon’s Dual Pixel autofocus system for quick focus. It also has NFC, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity.
Looking at the M100, it flaunts all the features you may want in an entry-level camera, apart from the 4K video and ideal lens selection. Canon is still committed to providing the EF-M lenses, and you can purchase the $200 adapter to let you fit into the EF-S and EF lenses of the mirrorless cameras.