Canon sticks with mirrorless with the EOS M5

The company hopes to grab some attention away from Fuji with a solid mirrorless effort.
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Canon EOS M5

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Though we're still waiting for Canon to release its answer to the Sony A7 line, the company is launching a new model of its M series mirrorless system cameras with the EOS M5. The APS-C camera has a 24.2 Megapixel sensor with Digic 7 image processing that comes straight from its full-sized, DSLR siblings. 

They've also sped up their Auto-focus system with Dual Pixel CMOS AF and 5-axis image stabilization keeps your images sharp and in focus. Other features include a swiveling screen, 7 fps burst shooting, Wi-Fi an NFC connectivity, and Bluetooth Smart for easy pairing and photo sharing. 

$979, bhphoto.com

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