We have been hearing rumors about the Canon EOS M’s successor for a while now, and while it was originally rumored earlier this year that it would be announced soon, last we heard it seems that we might only expect it in 2014 instead. In any case according to the folks at Digicame-Info, it seems that they have managed to get their hands on the alleged specs of the upcoming camera, which apparently will be making its debut at CES 2014. We will be live at CES 2014 come January next year, so do check back with us then to see if the rumors pan out.
In any case since these aren’t official specs, take it with a grain of salt for now, but so far what we might be able to expect from the EOS M2 is an 18MP APS-C sensor with a hybrid CMOS AF II system. Its AF speed is said to be 2.3 times faster than its predecessor, and will be powered by the DIGIC 5 image processing engine. It will sport a 4.6fps burst rate, an ISO range between 100-12,800, built-in WiFi, and comes with the ability for smartphone users to operate the camera remotely, as well as supporting wireless transfer of images from the camera to the smartphone. Doesn’t sound too shabby, does it?