Canon EOS M2 Mirrorless Camera

By - December 4th, 2013

Canon EOS M2 Mirrorless Camera

Canon has addressed the shortcomings of its EOS M mirrorless camera with the impending launch of the EOS M2, featuring faster autofocus (the consensus drawback of the original) and Wi-Fi networking. Canon promises that a new Hybrid CMOS AF II system delivers auto-focus speeds over 2.3 times faster than the EOS M, as well as phase detection pixels that covers up to 80 percent of the total viewfinder — over double the size of the area on the shooter’s predecessor. The built-in 18-megapixel APS-C sensor remains the same, topping out at ISO 12,800, or 25,600 if the higher-noise expanded range is enabled. The Canon EOS M2 has been announced for the Japanese market, with Canon confirming the camera will not be available for Europe or North America.

Canon EOS M2 Mirrorless Camera

Canon EOS M2 Mirrorless Camera

Canon EOS M2 Mirrorless Camera

Canon EOS M2 Mirrorless Camera