Better late than never seems to be Canon’s motto for its mirrorless cameras.

The camera company is finally bringing its EOS M3, the third-generation mirrorless camera in the EOS M series, to the U.S. after announcing it for global release earlier this year.

With a 24.2-megapixel APS-C-sized image sensor, the M3 can easily replace any entry-level DSLR camera. In fact, its imaging chops are on par with the company’s Rebel T6i and T6s DSLRs, but at a fraction of the weight — the camera body only weighs 12.91 ounces.

The camera has Canon’s proprietary DIGIC6 image processor and a 49-point autofocus system. Its ISO setting is adjustable from 100-12800. Video recording tops out at 1080p resolution (sorry, 4K fans) in several frame rates (24p, 25p and 30p). It’s also got built-in Wi-Fi and NFC for pairing to smartphones and tablets. Read more…

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Canon’s EOS M3 mirrorless camera is finally coming to the U.S.