All major imaging companies such as Panasonic, Nikon and a few others have had their fair share of mirrorless (or micro four-thirds) camera but one company in particular have yet to release theirs. However, that is now the thing of the past because Canon has announced a new addition to their EOS family which is the mirrorless EOS M camera.
The EOS M takes some examples from its Rebel T4i camera as it includes an 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, DIGIC 5 processor, 3-inch touchscreen and a hybrid autofocus system. With these features combined, you are looking at a device that works quickly and accurately as well. As far as the looks is concerned, it is a mixture of both the S100 and the PowerShot G1X making it a hybrid in a way. Canon also introduced a new line of lenses which is the EF-M lens and the EOS M will be getting a 22mm f/2 STM kit lens with it.
The EOS M kit is due to be released sometime in October at a price of $800. You can also get an adapter to use with other lenses and this is available at a price of $200. This is still cheaper than the EF-M 18-55 f/3.5-5.6 which would cost you about $300.