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Spec Sheet: Canon takes a second shot at the mirrorless market with the EOS M2


Canons first mirrorless camera, the EOS M, was something of a disappointment: its control scheme wasnt great, its autofocus was sluggish, and its photos werent much to brag about either. But now Canon is trying to address at least one of those issues with the EOS M2, which its announced for sale in Japan for ¥84800 (just over $820) with an 18-55mm kit lens. Theres almost certainly not enough of a change to put Canon on top of most buyers mirrorless camera wish list, but were looking across the range of mirrorless cameras to see exactly where its standing now. The big difference is that it includes Canons relatively new Hybrid CMOS AF II technology, which places pixels over 80 percent of the cameras APS-C sensor that are capable of phase detection autofocus.

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