Canon's EOS M10 is a mirrorless camera designed for beginners

Now that Canon has (finally) figured out how to make a decent mirrorless camera, the manufacturer is adding another model to its lineup. Meet the EOS M10, a compact shooter designed for the entry-level market. In terms of specs, it is slightly similar to the M2 from 2013, which Canon introduced in Japan but never brought over to the US. While the M10 features the same 18-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor as said relative, it does come with an improved Digic 6 image processor -- the one also found on the higher-end EOS M3, Canon's best mirrorless to date.

Aside from that, there's NFC and WiFi for controlling the camera and sharing photos via an app, plus a 4.6 fps continuous shooting mode and Hybrid CMOS AF II (49-point) autofocus system. The M2 shoots 1080p video at 24, 25 and 30 fps, or 720p at 50 or 60 fps, and you'll be able to view those on a rear 3-inch, tilting LCD. It can be yours in November for $600, complete with an 18-55mm lens and your choice of a black or white camera body.