If you wish to elevate your smartphone photography to something better, one of the best options is to venture into the world of mirrorless cameras. The EOS M10 is user-friendly and perfect for new camera users, while capable of producing DSLR-quality images, thanks to its APS-C sensor, DIGIC 6 image processor, 18-megapixel resolutions, and ISO of 100-12800, all packed into a compact and portable camera body. Besides, you won’t need a wealth of photography knowledge to handle the EOS M10 – it provides accessibility through a point-and-shoot model, plus a host of features that will take your photography to the next level.
The three-inch LCD display boasts an impressive 1.04 million pixels, and has a great touch screen interface that lets you preview your pictures with stunning details. Not only that, you can also make use of the EOS M10’s Creative Assist mode through the touch screen, where you can tweak your image with on-screen touch-based sliders to adjust sharpness, contrast and more.
1080p Video Recording Capabilities
Love making movies? The EOS M10 lets you capture 1920x1080 Full HD videos, and is recorded at MP4 format for the best compatibility so you can share these videos with your friends and family. And forget about complicated functions, because the camera comes with touch-activated AF and user-friendly manual controls that allow you to adjust settings effortlessly.
Think only phones give you the ease of taking selfies and wefies? Think again. The EOS M10 comes with a 180-degree tilting touchscreen LCD, which can be flipped up for self-portrait shoots. Further in-camera adjustments, such as smoothing of the skin tones, blurring background, adjusting brightness and setting self-timer, can be made in Self Portrait mode. The adjustable screen is also useful for you to capture subjects in low or high angles.
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High ISO Capability
Whether in the day or at night, the EOS M10 has the capability to take photos under a variety of light conditions. Equipped with an ISO range of 100-12800, and expandable to 25600, it means the camera can shoot under low light conditions without producing low quality, blurry photos. In technical terms, the lower the number, the less sensitive it is to available light; turning up your ISO number means increasing the camera’s sensitivity to light, gathering and transforming it into your image.
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EOS M10, EF-M15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens, f/3.5, 16mm, 1/40sec, ISO2500
Equipped with an APS-C sensor, this means that the EOS M10 is compatible with not only the EOS M-series lenses, but is able to utilise over 70 Canon EF lenses and accessories once you attach a Mount Adapter EF-EOS M (sold separately). This means greater versatility, more options, better image quality and ultimately, more fun!
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