I'm waiting for a professional mirrorless camera from Canon, Nikon or Sony even if it will use an existing lens mount ( the way Canon used EF mount for Canon EOS Cinema cameras ) or a new mount.
Thankfully, the M3's performance matches its strong spec sheet. The main gripe people had with previous EOS mirrorless cameras from Canon was speed, and I'm happy to report that's not an issue in the third-generation model. It's as fast as you'd expect a mid-range compact shooter to be in 2015, even compared to standouts like the , or . And when I say fast, I'm talking about not only focusing on and capturing subjects, but also browsing through the menus and finding settings you're looking for (e.g., ISO, white balance or choosing a file format for pictures or videos).
Hooray!! …. finally, a mirrorless camera from Canon that’s almost big as my beloved SL1 and heavier too (but only by about 57 grams) … not to mention being packaged with the kit lens that’s only slightly slower than the original EF-M 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens …. so glad I waited instead of dumping my original EOS M and pulling the trigger on M3 …. EVF, yeah!!! …. THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU CANON for not making me spend additional $500 on an optional EVF attachment …. now, I can have EVF and external flash AT THE SAME TIME …. what an awesome concept! …. now I can finally sell all my Canon DSLRs …. maybe I’ll just keep the primes and the L lenses …. in case they come out with bigger, heavier, full-frame sensor mirrorless …. you can suck it now SONY!!! …. yeah, Canon, you go!!! …. on a roll now!!! ….
For now, the above info is all we know. Rumors of a new mirrorless camera from Canon have been swirling for some time, so there’s a good chance more info will leak before 2014 is out. You know where we’re going with this, but we’ll say it anyway: stay tuned and we’ll keep you up to date.