Compact, lightweight and stylish the EOS M100 features a range of smart shooting modes that make it perfect for people looking to take their first step in to interchangeable lens photography
Full touch screen interface for all operations including Touch Auto Focus makes shooting with the M100 intuitive and easy
Dual Pixel CMOS AF, Canon’s most advanced auto focus system provides fast and accurate auto focus when shooting stills including smart subject tracking of moving objects
Share your images quickly and easily with the built in Wi-Fi and NFC. A constant connection between the EOS M100 and your smartphone can be maintained via Bluetooth® connectivity, letting you view your photographs without taking the camera from your bag.
Bluetooth® connectivity enables you to use your smartphone as a remote control so you can get in the frame and remotely capture the perfect group selfie.
Share the story behind every image with the Canon Camera Connect app. The app collects GPS info from your smartphone, adding it to your photos and videos.
Capture your travels with high image clarity, beautiful background blur and outstanding colour thanks to the large 24.2MP APS-C sized CMOS sensor
Capture that perfect shot with a tilt and touch screen LCD. Use the touch screen to pull focus on your subjects, quickly and easily.
The EOS M100 is compatible with the full range of Canon EF-M mirrorless lenses plus over 80 EF and EF-S lenses via an adaptor
Personalise your new EOS M100 with a range of 9 optional coloured camera body jackets
Create stunning time lapse videos using the touch of a button. Simple, easy, very Instagrammable.
Shoot night scenes or dark indoor scenes with great clarity and low noise thanks to the large APS-C sized CMOS sensor and ISO speeds up to 25600
Create Full HD movies with fast and smooth autofocus thanks to the EOS M100's advanced Dual Pixel CMOS AF and DiG!C7 processor
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108.2 x 67.1 x 35.1
APS-C CMOS (22.3 x 14.9)
Approx. 24.2 megapixels
EV -1 - 18
3.0" Clear View LCD II touch panel approx. 1,040,000 dots
Full HD 60p
100 - 25600
Real-time metering from the image sensor
1 x SD Memory Card
30 - 1/4000 sec (1/3 stop increments)