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Canon EOS M100 Mirrorless Camera with 55-200mm Lens £399 @ Currys PC World (Possible £365.75 with cashback)

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Posted 5th Jul

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£365.75 After cashback.

Topcashback are offering 10% off Canon cameras through Currys. So you should get £33.25 back as Currys only give cashback on Pre-VAT amount £332.50

The 55-200mm lens is normally £245 on it's own. So to get the camera with both lenses for £365.75 is a craking deal IMO.

Top features:

- Stunning images and Full HD movies

- Fast, responsive shooting for capturing action

- Compact design for taking anywhere

- Simple wireless connectivity to transfer images
Product features
  • 24.2 megapixels
  • APS-C / 22.3 x 14.9 mm CMOS sensor
  • Built-in WiFi / Bluetooth / NFC
  • 3" tiltable LCD touchscreen
  • 6.1 fps in continuous shooting mode
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Product features
  • 24.2 megapixels
  • APS-C / 22.3 x 14.9 mm CMOS sensor
  • Built-in WiFi / Bluetooth / NFC
  • 3" tiltable LCD touchscreen
  • 6.1 fps in continuous shooting mode

Technical specifications for CANON EOS M100Mirrorless Camera with EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM & 55-200 mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM Lens
OVERVIEW
Camera type Mirrorless camera
Processor DIGIC 7
SENSOR
Resolution 24.2 megapixels
Type CMOS
Size APS-C / 22.3 x 14.9 mm
Format 3:2
Crop factor 1.6 x
Cleaning EOS integrated cleaning system
ISO sensitivity 100 - 25600
Image stabilisation No
LENS
Lens type - 15-45 mm: wide-angle zoom
- 55-200 mm: standard zoom
Lens mount Canon EF-M
Focal length - 15 - 45 mm
- 55 - 200 mm
35 mm equivalent - 15-45 mm: 24 - 72 mm
- 55-200 mm: 88 - 320 mm
Maximum aperture - 15-45 mm: f/3.5 - f/6.3
- 55-200 mm: f/4.5 - f/6.3
Minimum aperture - 15-45 mm: f/22 - f/32
- 55-200 mm: f/22 - f/40
Minimum distance - 15-45 mm: 25 cm
- 55-200 mm: 1 m
Normal distance - 15-45 mm: 25 cm to infinity
- 55-200 mm: 1 m to infinity
Focusing - 15-45 mm: autofocus & manual
- 55-200 mm: autofocus & manual
Image stabilisation - 15-45 mm: optical
- 55-200 mm: optical
Filter size 49 mm
ZOOM
Optical zoom - 15-45 mm: 3 x
- 55-200 mm: 3.6 x
SCREEN & VIEWFINDER
Type Live View
Screen 3" / 76.2 mm tiltable LCD touchscreen
Screen features Resolution: 1,040,000 dots
SHUTTER
Shutter speed 30 secs - 1/4000th
Continuous shooting 6.1 fps
Self-timer - 2 seconds
- 10 seconds
- Custom
SETTINGS
Photo exposure modes Scene intelligent auto, Hybrid auto, Creative assist, SCN (Self-portrait, Portrait, Smooth skin, Landscape, Close-up, Sports, Food, Handheld night scene, HDR backlight control), Creative filters (Grainy B/W, Soft focus, Fish-eye effect, Art bold effect, Water painting effect, Toy camera effect, Miniature effect (Stills and Movie), High Dynamic Range), Program AE , Shutter priority AE, Aperture priority AE, Manual exposure
Movie exposure modes Movie (Movie auto exposure, Movie manual exposure, Time-lapse movie)
Photo effects Standard, Portrait, Landscape, Fine detail, Neutral, Faithful, Monochrome
White balance AWB, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Tungsten light, White Fluorescent light, Flash, Custom, Colour temperature (100 Kelvin increments)
PHOTO
Maximum photo resolution 6000 x 4000p
Photo file formats - RAW
- JPEG
VIDEO
Video mode Yes, with sound
Maximum video resolution Full HD 1920 x 1080p (59.94 fps / 50 fps / 29.97 fps / 25 fps / 23.98 fps)
Other video resolutions - HD 1280 x 720p (59.94 fps / 50 fps)
- VGA 640 x 480 (29.97 fps / 25 fps)
Video file formats - MP4
- MPEG-4
Audio file formats MPEG-4
MEMORY
Memory card - SD
- SDHC
- SDXC
Number of memory card slots SD x 1
FLASH
Built-in Yes
Guide number 5 m at ISO Auto
CONNECTIVITY
Interface - USB 2.0
- HDMI
TV output PAL
WiFi connectivity Yes
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.1
NFC Yes
App available Canon Connect app
Pictbridge / direct printing Yes
POWER
Battery type Lithium-ion LP-E12
Battery life Approx. 295 shots
GENERAL
Colour Black
Box contents - Canon EOS M100 Mirrorless Camera
- Canon EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 Lens
- Canon EF-M 55-200 mm f/3.5-6.3 Lens
- Camera cover R-F-4
- Strap EM-300DB
- Interface cable IFC-600PCU
- Battery charger LC-E17
- Battery pack LP-E17
- Power cable
Dimensions 67.3 x 108.2 x 35.1 mm (H x W x D)
Weight - 302 g (body only)
- 432 g (body & 15-45 mm lens)
- 562 g (body & 55-200 mm lens)
Guarantee 2 years

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Top comments
Ross8105/07/2019 18:57

I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x …I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x optical zoom. How would a mirrorless compare, guessing I'd need another lens or two


Guessing your camera has about 1000mm equivalent telephoto when zoomed to maximum.

This page suggests there are no bridge cameras with that reach currently with better than a compact size sensor :
dpreview.com/pro…ras
The Nikon P900 and P1000 lenses do however have greater reach.

This page has the more limited set of tele zoom cameras with bigger sensors; only up to ca 600mm though :
dpreview.com/pro…ras

One price to pay for bigger sensor :
camerasize.com/com…re/

Some articles on bridge cameras :
adorama.com/alc…018
dpreview.com/rev…0/7

As suggested an interchangeable lens camera with a 1000mm equivalent lens on is likely going to require a whole new level of commitment :
bhphotovideo.com/exp…ses

Use of a tripod opens up the possibility of using telescopes or cheaper manually operated lenses.
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Heat given. It's been on sale at this price a few times now.
I picked it up last year at this price and it's a lot of camera for the money, IMHO.

No viewfinder or hot shoe, if that's an issue.

It is a great entry level mirrorless kit though. Huge upgrade from a smartphone etc which is what this system is targeted at.
It shares sensor and other specs with cameras much higher up the range.
Good set of controls, but you need to dig into the menus a little more than the average DSLR.
Nice and compact too.

I picked up the 22mm f1.4 pancake on offer at £99 from currys recently too. Makes this a nice versatile kit overall.
antmatz05/07/2019 15:08

Heat given. It's been on sale at this price a few times now. I picked it …Heat given. It's been on sale at this price a few times now. I picked it up last year at this price and it's a lot of camera for the money, IMHO.No viewfinder or hot shoe, if that's an issue.It is a great entry level mirrorless kit though. Huge upgrade from a smartphone etc which is what this system is targeted at.It shares sensor and other specs with cameras much higher up the range.Good set of controls, but you need to dig into the menus a little more than the average DSLR.Nice and compact too.I picked up the 22mm f1.4 pancake on offer at £99 from currys recently too. Makes this a nice versatile kit overall.


Ive been waiting for it to go back down to £399 which it did yesterday. Like you say a lot of camera for the money. Still great value at £399 in my opinion, let alone with the possibility of 10% cash back.
I'm a bit out the loop with mirrorless cameras but how would picture quality compare against a dslr?
FooFighter05/07/2019 18:38

I'm a bit out the loop with mirrorless cameras but how would picture …I'm a bit out the loop with mirrorless cameras but how would picture quality compare against a dslr?


Depends on which DSLR, think the equivalent canon DSLR is 200D.
I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x optical zoom. How would a mirrorless compare, guessing I'd need another lens or two
Ross8105/07/2019 18:57

I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x …I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x optical zoom. How would a mirrorless compare, guessing I'd need another lens or two


This is where the 55-200 comes in to play.
MrCranky8305/07/2019 18:59

This is where the 55-200 comes in to play.


The 200mm is some like 10x zoom, not much compared to 45x zoom but you will get far better pictures from the mirrorless.
Ross8105/07/2019 18:57

I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x …I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x optical zoom. How would a mirrorless compare, guessing I'd need another lens or two


Need to spend some serious money if you want equivalent lens.

,camera sensor will be twice the size of your bridge camera, more light, more detail so better quality.
Ross8105/07/2019 18:57

I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x …I've got a bridge at the moment and take a lot of pics using the 45x optical zoom. How would a mirrorless compare, guessing I'd need another lens or two


Guessing your camera has about 1000mm equivalent telephoto when zoomed to maximum.

This page suggests there are no bridge cameras with that reach currently with better than a compact size sensor :
dpreview.com/pro…ras
The Nikon P900 and P1000 lenses do however have greater reach.

This page has the more limited set of tele zoom cameras with bigger sensors; only up to ca 600mm though :
dpreview.com/pro…ras

One price to pay for bigger sensor :
camerasize.com/com…re/

Some articles on bridge cameras :
adorama.com/alc…018
dpreview.com/rev…0/7

As suggested an interchangeable lens camera with a 1000mm equivalent lens on is likely going to require a whole new level of commitment :
bhphotovideo.com/exp…ses

Use of a tripod opens up the possibility of using telescopes or cheaper manually operated lenses.
chrisjackson05/07/2019 21:34

Guessing your camera has about 1000mm equivalent telephoto when zoomed to …Guessing your camera has about 1000mm equivalent telephoto when zoomed to maximum.This page suggests there are no bridge cameras with that reach currently with better than a compact size sensor :https://www.dpreview.com/products/search/cameras#criterias=SpecsZoomTele¶mSpecsZoomTele=1000+The Nikon P900 and P1000 lenses do however have greater reach.This page has the more limited set of tele zoom cameras with bigger sensors; only up to ca 600mm though :https://www.dpreview.com/products/search/cameras#criterias=SpecsSensorSize,SpecsZoomTele¶mSpecsSensorSize=PremiumCompacts,OneInch¶mSpecsZoomTele=500+One price to pay for bigger sensor :https://camerasize.com/compare/#643,672Some articles on bridge cameras :https://www.adorama.com/alc/the-10-best-bridge-cameras-of-2018https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikon-coolpix-p1000/7As suggested an interchangeable lens camera with a 1000mm equivalent lens on is likely going to require a whole new level of commitment :https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/tips-and-solutions/guide-birding-long-lensesUse of a tripod opens up the possibility of using telescopes or cheaper manually operated lenses.


Thanks that's a top post! I use a tripod as I'm a bit shaky hand wise and I generally photo moving objects too, just easier overall
ill stick to my orignal og eos m
nice camera

think ive finally made my mind up though d3500
chrisjackson05/07/2019 21:34

Guessing your camera has about 1000mm equivalent telephoto when zoomed to …Guessing your camera has about 1000mm equivalent telephoto when zoomed to maximum.This page suggests there are no bridge cameras with that reach currently with better than a compact size sensor :https://www.dpreview.com/products/search/cameras#criterias=SpecsZoomTele¶mSpecsZoomTele=1000+The Nikon P900 and P1000 lenses do however have greater reach.This page has the more limited set of tele zoom cameras with bigger sensors; only up to ca 600mm though :https://www.dpreview.com/products/search/cameras#criterias=SpecsSensorSize,SpecsZoomTele¶mSpecsSensorSize=PremiumCompacts,OneInch¶mSpecsZoomTele=500+One price to pay for bigger sensor :https://camerasize.com/compare/#643,672Some articles on bridge cameras :https://www.adorama.com/alc/the-10-best-bridge-cameras-of-2018https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/nikon-coolpix-p1000/7As suggested an interchangeable lens camera with a 1000mm equivalent lens on is likely going to require a whole new level of commitment :https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/tips-and-solutions/guide-birding-long-lensesUse of a tripod opens up the possibility of using telescopes or cheaper manually operated lenses.


ofc its not even quite that 'simple'
there is equivalent and there is 'equivalent'
the field of view is equivalent but the image quality at a given equivalent isn't actually... equivalent
yet to see a really good comparison which compares images of say 450mm equivalent on aspc (common consumer) vs a bridge
what focal length of bridge do i need to resize to be equivalent to a crop of the aspc?
anything below that point the mirrorless is better for pure image quality but beyond that the high zoom compacts are a factor again
and thats before taking into account, size, cost, versatility, performance etc
Edited by: "brilly" 6th Jul
Can’t comment on price but do be aware what the lack of viewfinder means. Was trying to use a camcorder in bright sunlight today using its screen. You can’t see what you are looking at.

I had the early version of the Canon M series. Lovely camera but I just couldn’t use it without viewfinder.
this was posted a couple of weeks ago - had it gone back up? (looks like been this price since 4th jul)
if not its spam
good deal though
Edited by: "brilly" 22nd Jul
Thanks for posting @MrCranky83 and a belated welcome to hotukdeals. We have added this to the Highlights section.
How has this got hotter than the M50 deal that was on Amazon prime day
sircoynie22/07/2019 22:20

How has this got hotter than the M50 deal that was on Amazon prime day


Maybe because its lasted longer than a day
It looks beautiful and this extra lens, OMG, I want one, please discount it again next year when I will have more cash. Pretty please.
90% of photography is composition,being in the right place at the right time,patience,a good eye and post image processing.As long as this shoots “Raw” you’ll be fine.
Just remember that more expensive cameras are just that for a reason. Depends which element is cut down on this and what suits your needs. I picked up a Nikon Z6 lens kit with a 64GB xqd card included for just short of £1700 from very . That’s a steal for such a kit but the price alone might be inconceivable for the less purist out there.
Having said that , I’ve taken some fabulous photos on just my iPhone 7 that my work wanted blown up on canvas to put on their office walls.
Edited by: "rich146" 23rd Jul
Is this any upgrade on my Canon 100D which I love! I’m into my photography and can take great pics (well mainly from usually having a great composition) and have the 18-240mm wide angle lens
Should I replace my nikon j5?
Are the lenses interchangeable with the eos DSLR?
joedredd23/07/2019 07:30

Are the lenses interchangeable with the eos DSLR?


They need to be EF-M but you can get an adapter ring.
sircoynie22/07/2019 22:20

How has this got hotter than the M50 deal that was on Amazon prime day


why not? its the same quality images for cheaper (other than 4k)
for some they dont need the upgrades on a m50
David_e06/07/2019 22:25

Can’t comment on price but do be aware what the lack of viewfinder means. W …Can’t comment on price but do be aware what the lack of viewfinder means. Was trying to use a camcorder in bright sunlight today using its screen. You can’t see what you are looking at.I had the early version of the Canon M series. Lovely camera but I just couldn’t use it without viewfinder.


You can get shades that fit on the viewfinder and also magnifiers with eyecups that attach, they're a bit bulky but they work and cheap on ebay.
tricky_tree198223/07/2019 06:30

Is this any upgrade on my Canon 100D which I love! I’m into my photography …Is this any upgrade on my Canon 100D which I love! I’m into my photography and can take great pics (well mainly from usually having a great composition) and have the 18-240mm wide angle lens


Not really, if you're an enthusiast then the money would be better spent on a new lens IMO.
Cremoso9923/07/2019 11:50

Not really, if you're an enthusiast then the money would be better spent …Not really, if you're an enthusiast then the money would be better spent on a new lens IMO.


Thanks for the advice mate 🏼
Cremoso9923/07/2019 11:46

You can get shades that fit on the viewfinder and also magnifiers with …You can get shades that fit on the viewfinder and also magnifiers with eyecups that attach, they're a bit bulky but they work and cheap on ebay.


Assumed you could but it increases the bulk and hassle. Shame, as otherwise nice cameras.
I'm looking into getting a camera, only using my Samsung note 9 at moment which ok until I need zoom.
How does this camera compare to this one:
jessops.com//p/…401

Thanks for any advice
David_e23/07/2019 12:07

Assumed you could but it increases the bulk and hassle. Shame, as …Assumed you could but it increases the bulk and hassle. Shame, as otherwise nice cameras.


tbf its not like we have any sun here - only been a few times abroad i have absolutely needed an evf (different camera)
think those viewers are fold down as well
Donk197925/07/2019 08:12

I'm looking into getting a camera, only using my Samsung note 9 at moment …I'm looking into getting a camera, only using my Samsung note 9 at moment which ok until I need zoom.How does this camera compare to this one:https://www.jessops.com//p/canon/canon-eos-4000d-digital-slr-with-ef-s-18-55mm-iii-dc-lens-143401Thanks for any advice


The 4000d is the absolute most basic Canon DSLR you can buy, cheaply made. If you can stretch to the 2000d that's better constructed. There is no comparison to this camera I'm afraid as this one is mirrorless and therefore more compact.
bluefish230325/07/2019 08:40

The 4000d is the absolute most basic Canon DSLR you can buy, cheaply made. …The 4000d is the absolute most basic Canon DSLR you can buy, cheaply made. If you can stretch to the 2000d that's better constructed. There is no comparison to this camera I'm afraid as this one is mirrorless and therefore more compact.


Thanks for the reply. Would this cannon M100 be a good place to start in getting a camera? Seems good price with lense
Donk197925/07/2019 15:26

Thanks for the reply. Would this cannon M100 be a good place to start in …Thanks for the reply. Would this cannon M100 be a good place to start in getting a camera? Seems good price with lense


I'll butt in, if I may. One of the things to consider when moving up to a proper camera is size. The best camera is the one you have with you, so you may well use a smaller camera more, and practice makes perfect.
Have a look here:

m.dpreview.com/

The best photography site on the net, imo.
Lots of reviews and advice about camera systems, including what's best for beginners.
Also lots of friendly user forums. Have a good dig around!
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