The last time we heard from Canon regarding mirrorless cameras was back in 2013 when the company launched the EOS M2. There were rumors later that its successor would be released in 2014 but obviously that did not happen, so this leaves 2015 as a possible candidate and it looks like our chances are pretty good.
Photos of the upcoming Canon EOS M3 have been leaked online giving us a sneak peek as to what we might be able to expect from Canon. The changes in design are pretty obvious as it looks like Canon has gone for a more traditional DSLR look for the EOS M3 and features a more pronounced grip.
It also seems that Canon has included two new dials with the camera. One of the dials appears to offer up EV compensation while the other is a mode selector. There is also a shutter button in the front that is ringed with another dial, although we’re not sure what this dial is used for, but perhaps it is a customizable one that users can assign functions to.
Unfortunately the specs of the EOS M3 remain a mystery for now, but the camera has been rumored for an announcement on the 6th of February, so do check back with us then for the details. In the meantime are you digging the new look?
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