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Canon EOS M100

Source:   Though it's basic, the EOS M100 lets you get creative with long exposures and focused accurately when it was tested with EF lenses Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM (using EF-EOS M adapter), 30 seconds at f/6.3, ISO 400  

Michael Topham takes a closer inspection

The Canon EOS M100 is the direct replacement for the two-year-old EOS M10. It sits below the company's EOS M6, EOS M5 and EOS M3 models as a beginner-friendly option for those looking to buy into their first interchangeable-lens camera. To bring the EOS M100 up to date, Canon has replaced the 18-million-pixel sensor of old with a new 24.2-million-pixel APS-C CMOS chip. This sensor is similar to those found within Canon's latest APS-C DSLRs and by teaming it with a faster and more powerful DIGIC 7 image processor it brings a number of improvements to the camera.

Compared to its predecessor, which offered a sensitivity range of 100-12,800 (expandable to ISO 25,600), the EOS M100 shoots natively between ISO 100 and 25,600. The introduction of the new processor also allows the camera to shoot a continuous

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