Canon unveils an entry level mirrorless camera

By Team Feedbaac

Canon has officially launched an interchangeable mirrorless camera called the EOS M10 that sports an 18MP APS-C image sensor, and a new DIGIC 6 image processor for good quality picture processing. The camera also features connectivity options such as NFC, and WiFi.

The M10 has a hybrid autofocus system up to 49 points. Other goodies include 4.6fps continuous shooting, 720p (50/60 fps) and 1080p (24/25/30 fps) video recording, and a tiltable 3-inch LCD screen. The price is set for $600 with a 18-55m stock lens.

Source: Engadget