The third generation of Canon's mirrorless camera will be heading to a lot more countries this time around, but once again appears to be skipping the US.
Previous models had no grip to speak of and the M3's is pretty substantial.
Many competitors have introduced zoom switches on their interchangeable-lens cameras to go with power zoom lenses. Canon has yet to introduce a power zoom STM lens, so no zoom switch required.
Like its enthusiast-compact cameras, the M3 has an exposure compensation dial on top.
To go with the big grip up front, the M3 has a nice thumb grip in the back.
The M3 gets Wi-Fi and NFC.
A tiltling touchscreen that can flip up for selfies is new for the M3.
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