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With the Canon EOS M Digital Camera, Canon has joined the MILC (Mirrorless Interchangeable-Lens Compact) camera fray Canon EOS M Key Features 18MP APS-C CMOS Sensor (22.3x14.9mm) 35mm equivalent: 1.6x ISO range 100-12,800, extendable to ISO 25,600 JPEG & RAW Still Image Capture Shutter speeds 30-1/4000 second Hybrid AF system using contrast and phase detection 3-inch, 1040k dot touch display LCD monitor Burst rate 4.3fps 1920x1080/30p video capture MPEG-4, AVC/H.264 Video Servo AF HDR Backlight Control Multi-shot noise reduction Creative Filters Canon is emphasizing the EOS M more as a movie-making tool and secondarily as a still camera. It has a built-in stereo microphone (with manual audio adjustment), manual exposure control and multiple resolution frame rates, as well as a video snapshot mode with touch-screen editing. The Movie Servo AF mode, which is the camera's default setting, is claimed to be able to track moving subjects. The two new lenses introduced with the EOS M use STM (Stepping Motor Technology) for virtually silent autofocus that won't be picked up by the camera's internal microphone. The Canon EOS M features a hybrid CMOS AF system that employs both contrast detection and phase detection autofocus techniques. In competing systems this hybrid approach has allowed for minimal focus time, and indeed, Canon claims speedy snap to focus for t

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