The next generation, it seems, will be a movie camera.
It’s a subject we’ve been asking about for quite some time, and it’s going to be big.
And it’s all thanks to the folks at Canon.
The Canon EOS M1, or as it’s known, the new Canon E3 series, is Canon’s newest, and probably most exciting, entry into the world of film photography.
And yes, it’s also the camera that we will be testing out today.
Canon is calling it the E3-series, and yes, the camera is a mirrorless camera, a move that’s made for a camera that is supposed to be lightweight and portable.
The camera is the E-M1, the Canon name for its mirrorless, fully automatic interchangeable lens camera system.
The system is based on a combination of a lens and sensor, and the two have been working together for quite a while.
The E-m1 uses a 16-megapixel sensor, which Canon calls its “Lensesport-series,” and Canon says that it is the “largest and most advanced sensor in a DSLR,” which makes sense given that it’s Canon’s new camera system that we’re testing out.
The camera has a focal length of 16mm and is able to shoot in both full-frame and f/2.0 modes, and has a maximum ISO range of ISO 100 to 12,800.
But that’s it.
Canon also said that it has a full range of Canon EF lenses that it will sell with the E2, EF-M lenses that are not the E1 or E1s, and EF-L lenses that have a range of EF lenses from 18 to 28mm.
The E3 is the most powerful camera Canon has ever made, with a 5,200mAh battery and 8GB of onboard memory, a whopping 32GB of flash memory, and up to 3.7 inches of LCD and an LED flash.
It comes with a camera sensor that is Canon-compliant, which means that it can be used with Canon lenses that include Canon EF-S lenses, and there are EF-R lenses that Canon says will work with the new E3 camera system as well.
But the E4 will be the first E3 to support Canon EF.
The body of the camera isn’t as bulky as it looks, at 8.8mm thick, and is made from magnesium alloy.
It weighs about 1lb.
Canon says it’s designed to be a “mobile workhorse” that can be taken anywhere, even in crowded environments.
You can use the camera with your phone or tablet, as long as the camera doesn’t get in the way.
We used it for a few days at a restaurant in Manhattan, and we found that it was comfortable, and that it took some getting used to.
It does look pretty darn sleek.
The back of the Em1 is lined with a layer of carbon fiber, and in addition to the glass covering the sensor, there are two cameras lenses, one for the front of the body and one for both the rear and front of it.
We liked the matte black finish.
There are four lenses in the E series, and two of those lenses are Canon EF (including a 15-35mm f/3.5-5.6E lens for $1,000) and two are EF lenses for about $700.
The two lenses for the E5 are $1 and $2, and you get a Canon EF lens for just $1.50, a Canon 55-200mm f1.8-5,1.4-4.5 lens for about the same price, and a Canon 75-300mm f2.8 lens for less than $200.
The EF-D is an EF-F lens that Canon claims will be $2.00, but it’s not in the kit, and not available yet.
(For more info on Canon lenses, click here .)
The camera has 8GB internal memory.
There’s a microSD slot that has 128GB of storage, but you have to pay $50 for it to get it, and only four of the 128GB are for Canon EF or EF-E lenses.
You get an SD card slot that also has 32GB, and an SD slot that only has 16GB.
The Canon E4 is the only one to support the EF-mount.
The only camera to come with a micro SD slot is the Canon 5D Mark IV, which has a MicroSD slot of just 1GB.
There is also an SD-card slot in the rear of the lens.
The lens mount has a rubberized finish.
The battery in the camera measures in at about 3.6 ounces, and Canon claims that it should last up to about five hours of continuous shooting.
You don’t get any sort of charging capability, but Canon says you can use it for about two weeks of shooting, and