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Canon launches EOS M5

Canon launched the latest addition to its EOS M mirrorless interchangeable lens lineup of cameras, the new EOS M5. As a flagship model in the EOS M range, the EOS M5 has several firsts for the EOS M line to support users who desire a mirrorless camera that delivers superior image quality with the versatility of interchangeable lenses.

Key technologies include Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology drawn from the EOS DSLR range, the cutting-edge DIGIC 7 image processor, a high-resolution electronic viewfinder and also in-camera RAW conversion.

“Canon introduced its first mirrorless camera in 2012. After four years of extensive research and development by our devoted team, we have created the newest, most advanced member of the EOS M series, the EOS M5. With Canon’s latest innovation, we aim to set the bar higher in mirrorless photography as it gains popularity today,” said Vinchy Sanchez, director for consumer group of Canon Marketing Philippines. “The EOS M5 is designed to have a sleek and lightweight body that ensures portability, but still delivers the same high image quality Canon promises. It’s the perfect camera for on-the-go photography enthusiasts and professionals.”

The Canon EOS M5 is already available at Canon stores and distributors at P60,498 for EOS M5 Body, P66,498 for EOS M5 with EF-M 15-45mm, and P82,998 for EOS M5 with EF-M 18-150mm.

For more information, visit http://canon.com.ph and www.shopcanon.ph.

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