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    Canon EOS M100 Announcement

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    Canon EOS M100 is a successor of the two-year-old Canon EOS M10. M100 offers some quite interesting functions for accessible price.

    The specification of EOS M100 can be a bit surprising, taking into consideration Canon’s current policy. The heart of the camera is the 24Mp APS-C sensor, which is supported by the newest DIGIC 7 processor. Thanks to such a set, we can take photographs within ISO sensitivity range of 100 – 25600 with the speed of 6f/s or with full support of continuous autofocus with the speed of 4f/s.

     

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    1). Canon EOS M100

     

    Dual Pixel AF, known from more expensive models, is responsible for focus adjustment. It should perfectly fulfill its function in both photography and video recording. Dual Pixel AF is possibly the best autofocus system available on the market at the moment.

     

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    2). Canon EOS M100

     

    When it comes to the design and construction, the camera hasn’t undergone significant changes when compared to its predecessor. Of course, we have a folding 3’’ touch screen, and wireless functions, for which there is a dedicated button. The dimensions of the new mirrorless camera are 108x67x35mm and it weighs 302g.

     

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    3). Canon EOS M100

     

    As one can easily guess, the camera does not record movies in 4K, but the fact that it offers a possibility of recording them in Full HD 1080p with the speed of 60f/s might be slight consolation.

     

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    4). Canon EOS M100

     

    The camera is to appear on the market in October. It will be sold in 3 color versions and in 2 sets: for $600 in a set with the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens or for $950 in a set with the 15-45mm and 55-200mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM lenses.

     

     


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