After letting others dominate the interchangeable-lens camera market for years, the big DSLR player, Canon, is finally muscling in on the action with its first mirror-less camera series—the EOS M. Despite being a lot lighter than their DSLRs, this new camera comes with 18MP APS-C sensor (the same as the Canon 650D) with an ISO that ranges between 100 and 6,400. This is also Canon’s first camera to use a smaller EF-M lens mount, aimed at users who wish to shoot near-pro pictures with a lighter, more user-friendly piece of kit. It will come in four colors—black, silver, red and white—and be available in stores in September. Prices TBA.