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Canon EOS M2

The Canon EOS M2 is shown here with Canon's EF-M 22mm f2.0 lens. With an adapter, EF and EF-S lenses from Canon's traditional SLR line of cameras can be attached.

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Canon EOS M2

The front of the Canon M2, shown here with no lens fitted, shows the APS-C-sized sensor, an 18MP model, measuring 22.3x14.9mm. Canon is late to the mirrorless market, but it has considerable resources to take on competitors.

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Canon EOS M2

The back of the EOS M2 shows its touch-screen display and its selector dial. Because mirrorless cameras lack viewfinders, photographers compose their photos using the screen.

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Canon EOS M2

Here's a view of the top of Canon's EOS M2. One perk you'll get with the EOS M line is the ability to use Canon flashes that attach to its hot shoe.

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Canon EOS M2

Here's a side view of Canon's EOS M2.

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Canon EOS M2

The underside of the Canon EOS M2 shows its tripod mounting screw and battery compartment.

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Canon EOS M2

The Canon EOS M2 is shown here with the EF-M 18-55mm lens.

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