Canon EOS M Uses The Same Sensor With 650D

9/2/2012 1:18:12 AM

The sensor integrates auto focus point under the new phase of 650D will be used on Canon’s first mirrorless camera.

Description: Leaking photo of Canon EOS M

Leaking photo of Canon EOS M

The specifications on EOS model are the best of Canon with 18 megapixels autofocus CMOS APS-C sensor, phase auto focus supporting on sensor combined with media contrast focus. There is also a Digic 5 image processor chip, videp Full HD recording, high resolution touch screen support.

Detailed specifications

APS-C CMOS sensor with18-megapixel resolution

Digic 5 image processor chip

AF CMOS Focusing System combines contrast and phase focus.

AF Support when recording includes Servo AF, Servo AF and sharp point selection by pressing the touch.

ISO supports up to 25600, standard is from 100 to 12,800

Shutter speed is from 1/4000 seconds to 30 seconds, flash syncs at 1/200 sec.

Continuous shooting speed is 4.3 frames/sec.

3 inch LCD screen with resolution of 1.04 million-pixel touch support

SD/SDHC/SDXC support

Supporting Full HD video recording 30p/25p/24p, 60p/50p 720p HD, 640x480 30p/25p

Using EF-EOS M

Supporting HDR mode and smart filters

Weight 262 grams (body only) and 298 grams including battery and memory card, 66.5 x 108.6 x size 32.3 mm dimension

There are two lenses: EF-M 22mm F2 STM, EF-M 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 IS STM.

Accessories and EOS EF-M 90EX Speedlite

Description: Canon EOS M

Canon EOS M

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