Canon announces EOS M5 mirrorless camera
Canon has announced its SLR-style mirrorless camera named the EOS M5. It’s a feature-packed shooter with an electronic viewfinder, ISO range of 100-25,600, and a 24.2-megapixel sensor.
Canon EOS M5 specs:
24.2MP APS-C sensor
Digic 7 image processor
49 cross-type AF points
7fps w/ continuous AF
9fps w/o continuous AF
Full HD video at 60fps
3.2-inch LCD display
1.6-million dot touchscreen
5-axis image stabilization
In addition to those specs, the EOS M5 also has Canon’s dual pixel autofocus system that makes it able to focus and capture light at the same time. The built-in display also tilts out 85 degrees and down 180 so it somehow still has viewing limitations.
Connectivity-wise, it’s got Bluetooth Low Energy onboard to ensure constant connection between the camera and smartphone.
Canon is also bundling it with a 499-dollar 18-150mm f3.4-6.3 lens with its own image stabilization. The EOS 5M will sell for $1,479 (approx. Php70K) and will be available this coming December.