Three generations in to Cannon's Mirror Look interchangeable lens camera system.
We are at the EOS M3.
I'm Lexy Savvides for CNET taking you through a first look at some of the features and specifications.
The ESM3 shares the same 24.2 megapixel APSC CMOS sensor, as found in the 750 and 760D digital SLRs.
Now, if you're familiar with any of the earlier [UNKNOWN] Canon [UNKNOWN] in cameras.
You'll notice that the entry has quite a number of different external features including a much more pronounced side grip here as well as an exposure compensation dial on the top.
And finally, a [UNKNOWN] selection dial as well which none of the previous EOS end cameras had.
There is a built-in flash that pops up.
Like so and you can also tilt and bend it back accordingly.
Earlier cameras were [UNKNOWN] really slow AF.
The M3 uses hybrid seamless AF which is a combination of sprays and contrast detect to auto focus.
WiFi and NFC is standard on the EOS M3 as well as a tiltable LCD screen around the back.
Now of course, it tilts up 180 degrees for the selfie crowd out there.
Now unfortunately this is a preproduction model so I can't show you any videos or picture samples.
The EOS M3 is unfortunately not making it to the North American market.
It's only gonna be available in Australia, Asia, and Europe.
And for pricing and availability in your region, you can check out the full first look over at cnet.com.
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