After Canon’s EOS M3 mirrorless camera, it’s now the turn of the EOS M10 to grab the spotlight. Canon has been consistently releasing mirrorless cameras in the EOS M line and each new model is always an improvement of the previous iteration. The Canon EOS M10 is not a follow-up of the EOS M3, considering that the latter has just been announced a few weeks back. Rather, the Canon EOS M10 is a toned down version of the EOS M3, and therefore serves a different segment of the market, or simply a different option to the same market.
The Canon EOS M10 Mirrorless Camera
The Canon EOS M10 was not announced in a fanciful way but instead quietly cropped up in Canon’s online stores. The Canon EOS M10 sports an 18-megapixel sensor, something that is relatively inferior to the EOS M3’s 24.2-megapixel sensor. Other specs of the two cameras, however, are basically similar, including the 49-point AF, 25,600 max ISO, 3-inch touchscreen display and 1080/30p video.
Canon EOS M10 in White
As of this writing, there’s no details yet on pricing and availability of the Canon EOS M10 in the Philippines.