Thursday, December 12, 2013

Canon EOS M Compact System 18MP With 3-Inch LCD Digital Camera

Canon EOS M Compact System Camera
Canon EOS M has the style and design looks like Canon PowerShot models. The camera features a 18MP resolution and Canon DIGIC 5 image processor, as well as an identical ISO range that runs from 100=12,800, expandable to an ISO equivalent of 25,600.
Canon EOS M Lens
Canon EOS M boasts a new 31-point Hybrid AF system, the camera provides a combination of contrast detection AF. The idea behind this is to enhance AF speed and accuracy, whit the phase-detection AF being used initially before the contrast detect system takes over to fine-tune focusing. The key advantage is enables continuous focusing when recording HD video, a feature that Canon DSLRs have lacked in the past, but have begun to offer with the most recent EOS Rebel T4i.
Canon EOS M 3-Inch LCD Display
Featuring an impressive 1,040k-dot resolution, the display also supports a multitude of touch gestures for zooming and scrolling through images in playback mode. The camera goes on to offer full-resolution images at a maximum continuous speed of 4.2f. Full HD video (1920x1080) is captured at a variety of frame rates that include 30, 25, 24fps, with the option 0f 60fps and 50fps recording at 720p resolution.

The EOS M has been made to be fully compatible with the full range of digital EX speedlite units. Additonally, an optional EF-EOS M mount adaptor will allow owners of the EOS M to attach any EF-S or EF lenses that they may already own.