Canon Releases the EOS M5, a DSLR-esque ILC

Canon_EOS_M5_LCD_1000px.jpgCanon USA has just announced their newest mirrorles ILC, the EOS M5. Their new flagship M-series camera, the M5 sports more DSLR-like ergonomics, all the while still offering the compact size that ILCs are known for. And, with its eye-level EVF and articulating touchscreen LCD, the new M5 gives users a great deal of flexibility when framing. 

The New M5 uses a 24-megapixel APS-C sized CMOS image sensor, similar to that used in the EOS 80D, which allows it to capture high-quality stills and Full 1080/60p video. Canon notes that this M5 offers image quality that matches, if not rivals that of the 80D, thanks to its use of their new DIGIC 7 image processor. This new processor also allows the M5 to offer a native sensitivity range of ISO 100 - 25,600 (not expandable), as well as burst shooting at up to 7FPS with autofocus, or up to 9FPS without. They've also included their Dual Pixel CMOS AF system into this new model, along with an all new Combination IS system. This new system allows the M5 to combine in-camera image stabilization with in-lens IS, offering even more compensation and smoother operation.

Check out our Canon EOS M5 Preview to learn more.