From what I heard the EOS-M comes with a small flashgun as part of a package with the 18-55 or the 22mm
Quote from: Albi86 on September 20, 2012, 04:13:22 AMWhy? I would love to have good IQ in a compact package for when I travel or I just can't/won't bring a full sized DSLR with me. But still, mirrorless cameras are not quite pocketable.There are mirrorless cameras that are targeted towards enthusiasts, but this isn't one of them. Canon are probably trying to figure out how to do it without cannibalising their DSLR sales. Whatever the reason for their late arrival in this market, they are a late comer to what is already a very crowded field -- Fuji, Sony, Olympus and Panasonic already have better cameras with better options for lenses.
Why? I would love to have good IQ in a compact package for when I travel or I just can't/won't bring a full sized DSLR with me. But still, mirrorless cameras are not quite pocketable.
The ultimate dismissal: "targeted to women'. Nice.
Quote from: fugu82 on September 22, 2012, 04:07:50 PMThe ultimate dismissal: "targeted to women'. Nice.at Photokina, the EOS M booth was filled with women trying out the EOS M actually
Hello everyone,Just had a rather interesting day spent with a couple of the Canon reps.. Basically iv got to play with the new EOS-M.. Build quality is very good, it has a touch screen which is pretty much the same as a iPhone ( very good even tho I strongly dislike touch screens on cameras ).. The only downside to today was I wasn't able to try it with either the standard kit lens or with the EF adaptor.. Ill uploaded some pics.. If you have any questions just ask.. Update.. For some reason I cant upload the images to Canon Rumors so Ill add them to my flickrhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/66876906@N06/