Canon Announces EOS M2 With Improved AF System

Canon has recently announced the update to its lone mirrorless camera the EOS M with the EOS M2. The new ILC now packs a Hybrid CMOS AF II with an updated autofocus that is said to be 2.3 times faster than its predecessor. The camera also has an expanded focus window that is now up to 80% of the total viewfinder – double the size of the original EOS M…

Canon has recently announced the update to its lone mirrorless camera the EOS M with the EOS M2.

The new ILC now packs a Hybrid CMOS AF II with an updated autofocus that is said to be 2.3 times faster than its predecessor. The camera also has an expanded focus window that is now up to 80% of the total viewfinder – double the size of the original EOS M.

Canon has also added Wi-Fi connectivity but other than that, the EOS M2 has remained practically unchanged. The camera still uses the same 18MP sensor with a maximum ISO of 12800 or 25600 with its higher-noise expanded range. Furthermore, the design of the body is also almost identical to the original.

The Canon EOS M2 is expected to ship later in December for roughly $820 with the kit lens or around $627 for the body only.

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