Here is leaked photos of Canon mirrorless
EF-M mount,22mm STM lens
The front element looks way too small for a retro-focus 22mm lens. The length of the lens is thicker than the body. assuming the body is about 22mm ( body thickness of NEX). Therefore the 22mm must be a retro-focus lens. Also if the body thickness is 22mm, then the lens mount looks like is about 80mm. That is a lot bigger than the EF mount (65 mm). Also the lens says EF_M. This term is created by one of our poster. Does he really have a ESP??? I think some one created the picture. I do not believe it is the real thing.
The name Mr. Pink sound too close to MR. Plank
Err.. the outer diameter (filter size) is only 43mm. It says so. Nowhere near 80mm This is a lot smaller than an EF lens.
I agree with eosbit, that the lens mount seems to be a standard EF-mount in terms of size. 43mm lens thread and 2.0/22mm (resulting in 11mm aperture diameter) are too consistent on the picture. The flash shoe too has consistent size - it seems to be large compared to the camera meaning, the camera is SMALL and the lens has "normal" size.
In the case of a mirrorless there is no need for a retrofocus solution - you have the freedom to place the last lens element near the sensor. This is too consistent.
The sensor size: I guess it is an APS-C sensor: 22mm x 1.6 = 35.2 .... the classical compact camera focal length. So at lest this is a little bit retro in terms of numbers!
From the picture (if it is really from Canon) I see that an EF/EF-S adaptor might be just an extension tube which we can use for macro with a (D)SLR - would be very symphatic!
- AF assist lamp and IR receiver
- a few direct controls and the rest via a large touchscreen.
- mediocre battery life due to the tiny body
- builtin stereo microphone on top near EOS M signature
Just my 2 ct.- Best, Michael