Canon EF-M 11-22mm F4-5.6 IS STM Lens for mirrorless system to be announced soon, the EF-M is a 11-22mm ultra wide zoom lens that features Image stabilization and STM technology for noise free video recording, no more details available yet. Canon is also rumored to announce new entry level Mirrorless Camera (to replace current EOS M) with 2 more lenses on July / Aug 2013, Stay with us we will update you soon as we get any new information.
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As we have already told you that canon is rumored to announce two new mirrorless camera and at least three new EOS M lenses (including compact zoom lenses) in 2013, yesterday a new source told us that upcoming EOS M camera will use the recently announced EOS 100D sensor and DIGIC 6 Image Processor.
Take everything with a grain of salt. The specs are said to be of a test camera, in other words: a prototype Canon is testing.
According to latest rumors Canon 70D is rumored to be announced on June 2013. See all rumors about Canon 70D.
Canon will also update its mirrorless series with 2 new cameras + 3 new EOS M lenses on Jun/July 2013, the entry level will replace the current EOS M model and the High End Mirrorless is coming for pro shooters with Class Leading AF system, optional viewfinder and other accessories.
source – canonrumor | NorlightRumor
We have collected some HIGH ISO JPEG images of Panasonic GH3, Sony NEX 7, Olympus E-M5, Fujifilm X-E1, Sony NEX-5N, Canon EOS M . Click to en-large, Take a look at the images – share your thoughts with us.
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New Kodak S1 Mirroless with M4/3 sensor format may arrive soon, the S1 camera is Kodak branded and manfactured by JK Imaging, It features BSI CMOS sensor designed by Sony, WiFi for quick sharing on social network or other remote devices, no more specification available yet we will update you soon as we get any new info.
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