The EOS M100 is Canon’s newest entry-level mirrorless ILC model. Despite being appreciably smaller (and cheaper) than its higher-end M5 and M6 siblings, it comes with the same 24MP APS-C sensor equipped with excellent Dual Pixel autofocus. It also has Canon’s latest DIGIC 7 processor, as well as Wi-Fi with NFC and Bluetooth for connectivity.
The M100 is aimed squarely at smartphone photographers looking to get their first ‘real’ camera, and its polished touch-centric control scheme reflects this. It’s small, it’s light, and because of the large APS-C sensor, is almost always capable of better photos than any smartphone.
Appropriately given the target audience, there’s even a dedicated ‘Wireless’ button to make it as easy as possible to get your images from the M100 to the wilds of Facebook and Instagram.