(CW5) The Canon EOS M3 has WiFi on Board


If you look close at the button on top of the rear control wheel of the Canon EOS M3 you can see the ISO/WiFi symbol. I guess NFC is also on board.

What else do we know? The M3 has a tiltable display, pop-up flash, and you can use it with Canon’s EVF-DC1 electronic viewfinder.

Stay tuned, we will very soon know more specs!



The Canon EVF-DC1 electronic viewfinder mounted on a Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II:



These Canon Cameras Will Be Announced on Friday, February 6th (5Ds, 750D, M3, IXUS 275 HS, Powershot SX410)

Canon Rumor

Digicame-info posted a list of the cameras Canon is going to annonce the day after tomorrow, Friday, February 6th.

  • EOS 5Ds
  • EOS 5Ds R
  • EOS 750D (in Japan Kiss X8i?)
  • EOS 760D
  • EOS M3
  • IXUS 275 HS (in Japan IXY)
  • PowerShot SX410
  • BG-E18 (battery grip?)

I miss the G3 X in this list. I am pretty sure Canon will announce it on Friday. The EF 11-24mm f/4L lens will also be announced on Friday.

[via Digicame-info]

(CW5) More Canon EOS M3 Images (tiltable display, popup flash) – Update: external EVF!




UPDATE: (thanks) the EOS M3 is compatible with Canon’s EVF-DC1 electronic viewfinder first released for the Powershot G1 X Mark II.

Thanks to the reader who posted the links in the comment section we have more pics of the upcoming EOS M3, front and back. As you can see it has a tiltable display and a pop-up flash. It seems Canon listened to their customers.

What else do you see in the pics?


The first image of the new Canon EOS M3 leaked at digicame-info.

(CW5) First Canon EOS M3 Image Leaked (more dials, bigger grip, looks pro) – Update


The first image of the new Canon EOS M3 leaked at digicame-info.

According to the image, the EOS M3 has more manual control dials than the EOS M/M2. You can also see that the grip has become bigger. The EOS M3 doesn’t have much similarities with its siblings. Looks like a more pro oriented mirrorless camera. The EOS M3 will be announced Friday, February 6th.

Well, it’s just one image – but it looks damned good! Could this be Canon’s first pro-oriented MILC? What do you think?

[via digicame-info]

UPDATE: thanks to reader mirrorless too we have another image to show: