Ease of operation is one of the key selling points of the Canon EOS M100, a fun, compact and mirrorless camera. Even though this is considered an entry-level model for those new to interchangeable-lens cameras, it boasts a lot of top-line features.
The ability to access all operations through the M100's full touchscreen interface is one of the big reasons why this model is the epitome of easiness. It's not just a touch screen - it's a 180-degree tilt screen too.
It's just as easy to achieve a fast and precise focus, thanks to dual pixel CMOS AF, touted by Canon as their most advanced autofocus system.
As well as upgrading the sensor to 24.2-megapixels, up from 18-megapixels on previous models, Canon has introduced a new and improved image processor as well, for better overall performance and results.
Experimenting with a new lens from time to time is just part of a photographer's journey as they gain confidence. The M100 gives the user the chance to mix and match with a range of quality lens types - it takes Canon EF-M lenses, as well as EF and EF-S lenses.
If you can change the lens, why not change the colour as well? The M100 gives the user a choice of nine different-coloured jackets to suit the user's individual preferences.