Canon is the leader in sales of standard SLR-based interchangeable lens cameras — but its first foray into mirrorless ILCs more than a year ago wasn’t the sales success the company likely hoped for. (Most likely due to its reportedly slow autofocus.)
Now Canon announced a successor to the EOS M — but the M2 seems to be set solely for the Japanese market.
It’s also not a significant makeover, although the autofocus is improved, and WiFi is added. It has the same sensor resolution and display size.