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The advanced G5 X, small and retro G9 X and entry-level mirrorless EOS M10 make their fall debut.
This entry-level-ish compact is Canon's first retro-looking camera. It pretty much slips into the spot occupied by the 2-year-old S120.
No scary dials here; the camera uses almost complete touchscreen operation.
It's the G7 X on the inside but completely different on the outside.
Much-appreciated design features include a built-in electronic viewfinder, articulated display, a real grip and a front dial.
The M10 is a slimmed-down and simplified interchangeable-lens model.
The controls are very simplified -- almost everything operates via the touchscreen.
The M10 ships with a new collapsible 14-45mm lens.
Instead of the tilting screen on the M3, the M10's just flips up for selfies and groupies. The camera will come in white, too.
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