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In Focus: M3 & M10 Techniques and Reviews

Looking for more information about the EOS M3 and M10? Here’s your one-stop index of all the SNAPSHOT articles ever posted on these 2 much-hyped mirrorless models. You’ll find exclusive behind the scenes interviews with the camera development team, reviews and field test reviews by professional photographers, as well as cool techniques on how to make the best of your camera!

 

EOS M3

The compact body of the mirrorless EOS M series is packed with the high performance that an EOS camera can offer. The latest model, the EOS M3, has undergone significant evolution particularly in the AF and controls. In the following, we will reveal the enthusiasm that the developers showed toward this model. (Edited by: Camera Biyori, Photos by: Toru Matsushima)

 
 
 

The small body of the EOS M3 is lavishly packed with new technologies and features. In the following article, the developers tell us how an unparalleled level of performance is achieved on this camera compared to other models in the same class. (Edited by: Camera Biyori, Photos by: Toru Matsushima)

 
 
 

Taking photos with the EOS M3 is fun. The EVF lets you create compositions with ease so that you can concentrate on taking the shot. Its small, lightweight and easy-to-hold body makes casual snapshots a breeze, and even familiar scenes turn out looking especially brilliant. Here, I will introduce some street photography techniques that make use of the camera’s potential. (Reported by: Maiko Fukui)

 
 
 

The EOS M3 is a mirrorless camera that is also high performance, boasting a pixel count of approximately 24.2 megapixels—which makes it perfect for nightscape photography. I usually shoot nightscapes with a full-frame DSLR camera, but in this article I will introduce some tricks to capture captivating nightscape pictures using functions of the EOS M3 that can optimise the camera’s high image quality. (Reported by: Shigeki Kawakita)

 
 
 

When using the EOS M3 outdoors, the bright sunlight may affect the visibility of the rear LCD monitor display. Using an external EVF can help overcome this issue. Additionally, functions such as the exposure compensation dial operate just like those of a DSLR, thus allowing you to enjoy genuine landscape photography. In this article, I will show you how to capture beautiful natural sceneries using some professional functions that the EOS M3 possesses. (Reported by: GOTO AKI)

 
 
 

The EOS Movie which was shot by mirrorless camera EOS M3.This camera inherits EOS concept and achieves higher image quality & high speed AF.

 
 
 

In February 2015, Canon announced the release of the new mirrorless model, EOS M3. In this article, let’s start by looking at features that have been upgraded. (Reported by: Ikuko Tsurumaki)

 
 
 

In February 2015, Canon announced the release of the new mirrorless model, EOS M3. In this article, let’s take a look at some photo samples and the impression after using this camera, which has undergone significant changes in its appearance and features. (Reported by: Ikuko Tsurumaki)

 
 
 

In February 2015, Canon announced the release of the new mirrorless model, EOS M3. In this article, let’s take a look at some photo samples and first-use impressions of this camera, which has undergone significant changes in its appearance and features. (Photos and Report: Haruki)

 
 
 

Canon’s EOS M3 is a mirrorless camera that is equipped with an APS-C sized image sensor with an effective resolution of 24.2 megapixels. While the intended users of the existing EOS M are digital camera beginners, the target group has been widened with the release of the EOS M3. The new model is packed with many advanced features that even intermediate-level users who take up photography as a hobby would find useful.
In terms of image quality, a noteworthy point of the EOS M3 is the refined expressiveness, thanks to the revamped image sensor and image processor. In the following photo review, let us take a look at the quality of the test shots. (Reported by: Masakatsu Nagayama)

 

EOS M10

Adapted from the Japanese word ‘blur’, bokeh is a popular photography effect featuring a soft out-of-focus background that gives photos an added dimension. Check out our step-by-step guide on how to manipulate your bokeh effect with custom shapes to make your photos even more unique.

 
 
 

The social media scene is tough. The difference between a good Instagram feed or blog and an average one is the quality of your photos! Canon put award-winning fashion photographer, Lenne Chai, in touch with blogger Lumi (@lovelumi) to test out the EOS M10 and here’s a glimpse of what they have learnt!

 
 
 

Some of the best moments in life are the simple, everyday moments. Recording these moments shouldn’t be a chore or a fuss. In the #EOSM10diaries, we challenged influencer Lumi to up her social media game, with the help of professional fashion photographer Lenne Chai; to capture the small Insta-worthy photos around us; to see things differently and create their own everyday moments. Here’s what they learnt.

 
 
 

Following the launch of the EOS M3 that caters for more serious photography, Canon has released the new EOS M10, a model that targets beginners and entry-level users. With the introduction of the latter, Canon now offers two separate lines of mirrorless cameras. In this article, I will make abundant use of photos to explain in detail the appearance and controls of the much-talked-about EOS M10. (Reported by: Takeshi Ohura)

 
 
 

The newly-launched EOS M10 from Canon is a mirrorless camera that makes every day more fun. Even DSLR beginners can use it to take great-looking shots easily. We got three popular photographers in Japan to try their hand at taking the square photos that are so popular on Instagram now. Take a look at these shots and read about their impressions of the EOS M10. (Edited by: Camera Biyori, Photos by: Miho Kakuta, Hideaki Hamada, Saori Tao)

 
 
 

Story Behind the Birth of EOS M10
[Part 1] Secrets of the Simple Body Design

Pursuing greater ease of use, the EOS M10 adopts a concept that is completely different from that of the higher-end EOS M3. In Part 1 of this series to unveil this new model, I interviewed the developers to find out more about the colourful face jackets as well as the secrets behind the simple body design.
(Edited by: Camera Biyori, Photos by: Toru Matsushima)
* The grey-body model used in the photos is not available in the Southeast Asia region

 
 
 

In Part 2 of the interview to unveil the new EOS M10, the model that many are waiting to find out more about, I asked the developers about the recommended new features and the new standard zoom lens. (Edited by: Camera Biyori, Photos by: Toru Matsushima)
* The grey-body model used in the photos is not available in Southeast Asia.

 
 
 

The EOS M10 brings superior image quality associated with an EOS DSLR with the convenience of a point-and-shoot compact camera. Equipped with the 18.0 megapixel CMOS sensor, high ISO speed performance from 100 – 12800, and a tilt type LCD touchscreen that extends to 180 degrees, it is perfect for everyday use. Find out more: EOS M10 Kit (EF-M15-45mm)

 
 
 

The latest EOS M model, the EOS M10, has been launched. In this series of articles, I will report on the model’s appealing points that I found after taking shots with it. In Part 1, I will talk about four features that are most fascinating to those who have never used a camera before. (Reported by: Ikuko Tsurumaki)

 
 
 

Boasting a small body but yet excellent photographic power, the EOS M10 was the companion I chose for photographing the streets of Norway. As I snapped away, I got to know where the appeal of the camera lay. Here’s my report. (Reported by: Ikuko Tsurumaki)

 
 

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