The bundled EF-M 15-45mm f3.56.3 IS STM lens feels surprisingly well built and offers a retractable design for easier storage.
For full creative control over exposure, a Bulb mode is provided, so the shutter can be locked open for ultra-long exposure photography.
The Lithium-ion battery for the EOS M100 has a greater life than that utilised by the M10, offering an average of 295 shots per charge.
The LCD screen can be used to rapidly assess focus, with the peaking feature highlighting sharp areas of the image.
MEMORY CARD SLOT
The door is a little fiddly to open, but the M100 accepts UHS memory cards, for high-speed data transfer, unlike the preceding M10 model.
Standard on most interchangeable lens cameras today, the M100 is equipped with a full HD video mode, with 24fps – 60 fps options available.