Canon EOS M2

December 3, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Compact System Camera | 6 Comments | |
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Canon Japan has just announced the Canon EOS M2 compact system camera. Promising "greatly improved" auto focus performance courtesy of a new Hybrid AF II system, the Canon EOS M2 also boasts on-board Wi-Fi and an 8% smaller body by volume. Other highlights include an 18-megapixel APS-C sized CMOS sensor, DIGIC 5 processing engine and a continuous shooting speed of 4.6 frames per second. Availability is slated for Mid-December, with pricing to be communicated. Canon Europe have confirmed that the EOS M2 will not be available in Europe.

Source: Canon Japan

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#1 Jostian

mmm... wanted a built in flash, hate these add on flashes, pity!

9:40 am - Tuesday, December 3, 2013

#2 Best Digital Camera

Its okay if there is no built in flash, we have a number of flashes to choose from and change the quality of a picture.

11:59 am - Tuesday, December 3, 2013

#3 fxk

Canon missed the mark again. No option of EVF? Some of us want a serious camera for travel and need something small. Arm's length composing/viewing doesn't cut it on many levels.

3:45 pm - Tuesday, December 3, 2013


Best to change to the Panasonic or Olympus mirrorless systems, at least you get excellent EVF`s on most of their products or the options of fitting one, Canon need to come in to the present, they seem to have no clue as to what their customers really want in a camera, i have dumped Canon and moved to the Panasonic G6 mirrorless camera, i have never looked back, the features alone on the G6 leave Canon, Nickon etc wheezing at the starter gates.

9:08 pm - Tuesday, December 3, 2013

#5 John Wallwork

NOT available in Europe?? Nice one!!

9:50 pm - Wednesday, December 4, 2013

#6 Simon

I guess they have so much unsold stock of the first version in Europe that they need to dump that out first. Seen the prices of the mark 1 lately? Just as unloved as the Pentax K-01.

10:06 am - Thursday, December 5, 2013