Canon EOS M10 sensor review shows the camera achieved a score of 65 points, and indicates no progress for Canon hybrid sensor image quality.
According to DxOMark, the sensor score of the EOS M10 are also slightly behind results from the APS-C sensors in such new Canon DSLRs as the EOS 750 and 760D, which boast scores of 70 and 71 points, respectively.
Canon EOS M10 Sensor Gets DxOMarked
Canon EOS M10 vs. Canon EOS M2 vs. Canon EOS M
From DxOMark conclusion :
The basic but well-priced Canon EOS M10 adds another option to the crowded hybrid market. For Canon enthusiasts who own a range of EF or EF-S glass, compatibility via the cheap $50 EOS EF-M adapter makes the M10 an interesting proposition. In terms of DxOMark sensor scores, however, results haven’t progressed on new Canon hybrid releases, and the EOS M, the EOS M2, and the new EOS M10 achieve very similar scores. What’s more, despite featuring the same physical-size APS-C sensor as the EOS 750D, scores for EOS M10 are a little behind the results from Canon DSLRs, too. Against the highest-scoring hybrid APS-C sensors in the DxOMark database, the EOS M10 is also off the pace, with models from Samsung and Sony achieving better results at base ISO and throughout the sensitivity range. At just $449, including the new retractable 15-45mm kit lens, the simple and compact EOS M10 will certainly appeal to some consumers, but for a little more money there’s better image quality available in the hybrid market.
What’s new on the new EOS M10 and is is worth to buy the EOS M10. You can watch the hands-on videos and find out the answers. See the official announcement, sample images and A6000 comparison, M3 comparison and X-T10 comparison.
Canon EOS M10 Camera Price and Availability
The EOS M10 is currently selling for $599 with the new 15-45mm, and available in grey, black or white. The new lens is available separately as well, available for $299.
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