While Canon’s DSLRs are well-known and have a pretty solid reputation around the world amongst professional photographers, the company’s mirrorless efforts haven’t exactly been particularly well-received, at least not compared to Canon’s competitors like Sony or even Fujifilm.

Now we have heard that Canon could have a new camera in the works that would be the successor to 2015’s EOS M10, which last we heard could be known as the EOS M20. However in a report by Nokishita Camera (via Canon Rumors), it seems that the EOS M10’s successor could actually be known as the EOS M100.

Of course nothing is official yet, but Nokishita Camera has in the past been pretty solid and accurate when it comes to leaks and rumors, so perhaps the latest report could be trusted (but take it with a grain of salt anyway, just to be safe and avoid disappointment). The specs of the EOS M100 are unknown right now, but some rumored features include three color options, and also a couple of different bundles available.

This includes the body-only option, a bundle that comes with an EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens, or a double zoom lens kit. Nokishita Camera also claims that the camera will be announced within a week, so we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for more information.

Filed in Photo-Video >Rumors. Read more about Canon, Digital Cameras and Mirrorless Cameras.

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