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| p.3 #7 · EOS-M - Canon mirroless system |
Here's what confuses me..
If this were a consumer-oriented camera, why would they bundle it with a prime lens?
Also, (hard to tell), but is there a pop-up flash or not? Again, if this is consumer oriented, it needs a pop-up flash.
OTOH, the lack of a viewfinder and lack of control dials scream consumer-oriented.
Consumer MFT cameras are very often bundled with pancake primes.
And the Sony 16 was also a kit lens. A wide or wide normal pancake is de rigeur for a mirrorless system, every current one has at least one. And a 22/2 is a heck of a lot better choice than the 16 Sony went with.