Canon EOS M Specs Leaked

Canon EOS M Mirrorless Camera

Specs for the new Canon EOS M mirrorless camera appear to have leaked out a day ahead of launch.  Canon Rumors posted the following specs on the EOS M.

Canon EOS M Mirrorless Camera Specs

  • 18mp APS-C
  • DIGIC V
  • Phase & Contrast AF
  • Video Servo AF
  • 3″ Touchscreen 1.04million pixels
  • ISO 100-12800 (25,600 Expansion)
  • SD Card
  • 1920×1080 Video 30p/25p/24p
  • 1280×720 Video 60p/50p
  • MPEG-4, AVC/H.264
  • Adaptor at launch for EF lenses

Additionally, it looks like Canon will be employing the same 18MP sensor from the Rebel T4i with pixel-level phase detection AF sensors in place as I speculated a few weeks back.  These specs make the Canon EOS M look like a killer mirrorless model.

If all this is legit, it’s going to be fun watching Canon and Sony go toe-to-toe with their mirrorless models over the next couple of years.  It’s also a great thing for consumers to have two camera makers trying to one-up each other.

Does anyone see any glaring omissions that turns you off from this new mirrorless model?

 

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Comments

  1. day says

    I remember there are three camera makers trying to one-up each other. Canon and Sony and Samsung NX.

    • Alex B says

      I was hoping for this and a bit of a retro styling myself. It looks quite impressive and hope it does well. The question is will it be in the range of Sony or closer to Fuji.

  2. Tim L says

    Hallelujah! Canon didn’t cripple their mirrorless entry with a tiny sensor. I hope it’s a 3:2 aspect ratio, unlike the G1-x. I can tell you right now that I’ll be buying the pro version when it becomes available.

    • Tim L says

      Missed the notation that it is the sensor used in the T4i so the aspect ratio will be 3:2. Sweet.

  3. Todd says

    Wow looks great except for there seems to be no external controls, and some form of view finder optical or digital. hmmmmmmm…. But so far I think it’s better than the ones from Nikon. I am constantly torn between Canon and Nikon (I use both at work). Nailing this category could tip the scales for me.