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Why Did Canon Remove The EOS M Camera? | Photo Talk

   Compact, durable and ready to go. The Canon EOS M was on the for front of mirror-less cameras. But plagued with less then speedy autofocus made many seemed to be very pleased with the camera. On todays Photo Talk we will discuss possible reasons why Canon removed the popular camera from the US product page. Yet it still remains on many of the overseas pages and already a revised model in Japan.



About this topic:

   While its no secret that Canon removed the EOS M[1] back a few months ago, I still have not seen any statement from Canon on why the little M was removed from the US product shelves. Its true the price has dropped considerably on this camera, yet that still remain popular items in camera stores here in the Philippines and much of Asia still. That and they are also still on the Asian product pages and many other countries through out the world. So why did Canon just remove them from the US then? So in this video we take another look at this camera and discuss possible reasons for this removal.

References:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canon_EOS_M[1]

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