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The M: Back soon?

It looks as though the M series may soon be back in the North American market after a hiatus of two or three years. Canon's USA Web xite now lists a forthcoming M-3 with what appears to be a somewhat contemporary range of features (24+ MP APS-C sensor, 49 AF points, etc.).

 

Two questions:

-  Who in the group will be first to buy one and report back to the rest of us whether it's any good or not?

-  Can we trust the M series to stick around for the long haul this time?

Bob
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA
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ebiggs1
Legend
Legend

Who in the group will be first to buy one and report back to the rest of us whether it's any good or not?     Not me.

Can we trust the M series to stick around for the long haul this time?     Hope not.

EB
EOS 1DX and 1D Mk IV and less lenses then before!

TCampbell
Elite
Elite

I confess to being curious about this.  It occurs to me that, if modified (to replace the IR filter) it would probably be a great astro-imaging camera and fully compatibile with the vast amount of astro-imaging software already written to be compatible with Canon cameras (which usually just requires that the camera have a Canon DIGIC III or higher processor.)

 

 

 

Tim Campbell
5D III, 5D IV, 60Da
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