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Canon EOS M10 prices in Hong Kong

The Canon EOS M10 is a compact and lightweight camera that is built with all of the components as that of their standard EOS professional DSLR cameras. Now you can bring DSLR capabilities in a compact form factor. Read more below!

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Lowest Price: HK$ 2,783.00
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Hong Kong HKD 2,783
Indonesia IDR 1,545,000
Malaysia MYR 1,510
Philippines PHP 22,500
Singapore SGD 512
Thailand THB 12,999
Vietnam VND 6,990,000

About Canon EOS M10 Hong Kong

Canon EOS M10 Hong Kong

DSLR quality, compact size

Before, whenever you wanted to capture great DSLR like photographs you had to buy a DSLR camera yourself. However great photographs DSLR cameras can capture, a lot of the everyday average person would prefer to have a smaller and more compact camera to use. Canon has solved this issue for a lot of people with the Canon EOS M10 camera, a camera that puts in all of the powerful features from a DSLR into a compact and easy to handle form. The EOS M10 also carries over the interchangeable lens systems that are a common feature on DSLR cameras, which gives the user a lot of versatility when it comes to taking the right photograph.

The Canon EOS M10 has a compact dimension of only 4.25 x 2.62 x 1.38 inches (width x height x depth) with a total weight of 301 grams when the battery pack and SD card is attached. The weight of the camera lens totally depends on the lenses itself.

Amazing Image Detail with Minimal Noise

The EOS M1 is equipped with Canon's very own 18 megapixel CMOS sensor that is able to capture a lot of the little details in life with a very minimal amount of noise – so you can expect a crystal clear image consistently with the M10 in a variety of lighting conditions. The M10 uses the same type of sensor which is the same size (APS-C type) as that found on Canon's very own EOS Rebel series of cameras.

The 18 megapixel sensor lets you capture images in very high resolution, which means that you can have very large prints of your photographs. You even just crop out a part of the photograph and still have a great shot because of the amount of details that is packed into the high resolution shot! The sensor also has a wide ISO range of 100 to 12800, which means you can use the camera in a variety of lighting environments.

Focus Faster with the Canon EOS M10

When you need to capture a fast moving object, the Canon EOS M10 comes built-in with Canon's Hybrid CMOS AF II autofocus system to help you get your fast moving subject into the shot. It is able to detect up to 49 different points in an image almost instantaneously to help you get the right focus; it even has object tracking and face detection in the event that your subject is moving.

Expert Reviews

photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-06
The EOS M10 is the newest compact system camera from Canon. The entry-level EOS M10 has an 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, DIGIC 6 processor, a touch-screen interface, Hybrid CMOS AF II 49-point AF system, Full 1080p HD Movie mode, ISO 100-25600, a 3-inch...
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twentyfirsttech.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-01
What if you had your DSLR? What if you kept it's sensor size at APS-C? And what if this camera was the size of the palm of your hand? Sounds too good to be true? Well, it's not, as we discovered. Read on to find out how we felt about the bite-sized Canon...
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camerastuffreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-01
Canon quality in a compact mirrorless camera, Beautiful color reproduction, Builtin flash, Just as easy to film as to photograph, Making selfies and sharing wirelesslygood No builtin viewfinder, Limited dynamic range, Few suitable lenses, No builtin viewfinderbad
You can take great pictures with a smartphone. But in low light, the sensor quality of smartphones is still disappointing. The options and the lens quality of a smartphone are also limited after a certain point. Time for a “real camera” with more options...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-04-22
Compact design, Sharp, tilting touch-screen display, In-body flash, Adapter available for Canon SLR lenses, Wi-Fi with NFCgood Slow focus, Middling image quality, Limited Raw buffer, Lacks EVF option, Pricey for what it is, Limited lens selection, Video tops out at 1080p30bad
Despite being a class leader in the SLR segment, Canon is well behind the curve in the mirrorless space, waiting until 2013 to release its first model, the EOS M. And while Canon has had three years to improve, its latest effort, the EOS M10 ($599.99 with...
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liveatpc.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-24
In this era when smartphone manufacturers are falling over themselves touting the photographic capabilities of the built-in cameras, is there any need for a compact digital camera such as the Canon EOS M10?PLASTIC AND CHEERFULAt first sight, the EOS M10 a...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-01
The Canon EOS M10 is the latest in the company's efforts to become relevant in the mirrorless space. Fortunately, Canon is starting to figure this space out with some solid tech and really good overall user experience. While the EOS M10 may not be the cam...
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techmagnifier.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-14
Quick and accurate AF, Minimalist button design, Records Full HD at 30pgood Image quality could be better, No viewfinder, external Mic jack, Uneasy to maneuver due to lack of gripbad
Mirrorless cameras are constantly being adopted by professional photographers around the world due to their small size and some hidden benefits, like more focus points, more shutter life and comparatively cheaper lenses. But that's mostly happening in the...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-01-14
The Canon EOS M mirrorless camera series finally has an entry-level model with the M10. The 18-megapixel M10 sits below the more professional 24.2-megapixel M3, which comes with rear command, mode and exposure value compensation dials, as well as a more...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-13
The Canon EOS M mirrorless camera series finally has an entry-level model with the M10.The 18-megapixel M10 sits below the more professional 24.2-megapixel M3, which comes with rear command, mode and exposure value compensation dials, as well as a more pr...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-05
Launched in October 2015, the Canon EOS M10 is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera (hybrid) featuring an 18Mp APS-C sensor. Replacing its predecessor, the EOS M2, the new EOS M10 sits behind the higher-resolution 24.2Mp EOS M3 in the current Canon hy...
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shutterbug.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-04
The Canon EOS M10 is the newest model of Canon's CSC series. It is a new entry-level system with 18MP resolution and its concept is dedicated to those who want to upgrade from smartphone photography and simple compact cameras. Just like all M cameras...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-04
The EOS M3's accessible sibling Compact system cameras are the way forward for those who are unhappy with their phone cameras. Capable of producing DSLR-quality shots, entry-level models generally cost significantly less than super-advanced compacts such...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-10-29
The M10 body itself is pleasingly svelte and also doesn't weigh very much but it does feel plasticky and a little bit slippery. There's a small camera grip section on the right, but there's not a lot to hold on to as the back is dominated by the 3in touch...
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photographybay.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-22
The Canon EOS M10 is the latest is the company's attempt at competing in the mirrorless market. The M10 features an 18MP APS-C sensor and a very consumer-ish approach to the mirrorless camera. The EOS M10 does several things very well.First up, live view...
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whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-15
brightcove.createExperiences(); As well as introducing two new models into its GX-series in the from of the Canon PowerShot G5 X and Canon PowerShot G9 X, Canon has unveiled its latest member to join the EOS M lineup – the EOS M10. Sitting just below the...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-14
Proven 18Mp APS, C format sensor, Well implemented touch control, Nice build and reasonably smallgood No viewfinder or option to use an external unit, No hotshoe for an external flash, Limited lens rangebad
While the Canon EOS M3, which we reviewed back in May 2015, is designed to appeal to relatively experienced photographers looking for a comparatively small camera with a similar level of control to an SLR, the new EOS M10 is aimed at those who are a littl...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
Proven 18Mp APSC format sensor, Well implemented touch control, Nice build and reasonably smallgood No viewfinder or option to use an external unit, No hotshoe for an external flash, Limited lens rangebad
While the Canon EOS M3, which we reviewed back in May 2015, is designed to appeal to relatively experienced photographers looking for a comparatively small camera with a similar level of control to an SLR, the new EOS M10 is aimed at those who are a littl...
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imaging-resource.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
The Hybrid CMOS AF II system in the EOS M10 provides 49 total AF points, a bump up from 31 AF points in the M2. Autofocus coverage spans about 70% by 80% of the total image frame area, which should make it very easy to compose shots and get the focus poin...
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amateurphotographer.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
As well as introducing two new models into its GX-series in the from of the Canon PowerShot G5 X and Canon PowerShot G9 X, Canon has unveiled its latest member to join the EOS M lineup – the EOS M10. Sitting just below the more advanced EOS M3 that was an...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-13
Using the new Canon EOS M10 is like taking a step back in time. And not in a good way. The original EOS M from 2012 was bottom of the mirrorless pack at launch, the M2 never came to Europe, and even the M3, announced earlier in 2015 , was behind the mirro...
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