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Canon EOS M100

Source: 1 The M100 has a neat minimalist look. It is available in three body covers and with a variety of brightly coloured Face Jackets

£569/$599 (with 15-45mm lens)

2 The rear touchscreen display flips upwards through 180 degrees for selfies and is handy for low-angle shots. It doesn’t offer any downward tilt, though.

3 There’s no viewfinder, but there is a pop-up flash activated by a button on the side of the camera.

From the top the M100 looks more like a Canon PowerShot than a mirrorless camera. There’s no mode dial, just

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