Canon has launched its first mirrorless camera EOS M3, a few weeks ago. Now The company has launched a compact version of this camera, EOS M10. Canon EOS M10 is a user friendly camera. EOS M10 uses a 18 MP APS-C sensor, this sensor is used in entry level DSLR cameras. Canon EOS M10 can shoot 1080p full HD video at 24-30 frames per second. But the camera can’t shoot slow motion videos and ultra HD quality videos. You can click still photos at the speed of 4.6 frame per second with this camera. EOS M10 has a 3-inch LCD Touch Screen. It also has Menu and Playback button.
Canon EOS M10 is equipped with a Rubber Grip in outside area, lots of Control Dials and Flash Hot Shew. You can easily switch to Video Mode, Still Photography and Auto Mode, you can do this by a dial button which is presented at the top of the device. You can also find a shutter button, like record button and ring.
The EOS M10 also has a flip-up rear screen, which activates the Self Portrait mode automatically when facing forwards at a 180-degree angle. EOS M10 contains Wi-Fi and NFC for connectivity.
There is one problem with compact system cameras is that, the bodies may be small and lighter than those of DSLR’s, but the lenses are just as bulky. Canon has launched retractable kit lens with EOS M10. The company has no disclosed the price yet, but it will come with a low cost than EOS M3.