CanonRumors has posted several images of what appears to be Canon's first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, including a clear photo (seen below) from Japanese site DigiCame. The camera, which looks to be named EOS M, is expected to be officially announced on Monday.
If this is indeed Canon's mirrorless camera, here are some interesting things to note about the image. It looks like the Canon will be introducing a EF-M mount for its mirrorless line-up, which indicates that there may be compatibility with existing EF lenses with the use of an official adapter. The lens shown in the image is a 22mm pancake (macro), which lends credence to the report that the camera will use an APS-C sized sensor, given that 22mm with a 1.6x crop is effectively 35mm. Canon also appears to be favoring a very small body for this camera, capitalizing on the size advantage of mirrorless camera systems, as opposed to bulkier bodies like Fuji's X-Pro 1 and Sony's NEX-7. That could indicate a relatively affordable kit price. The purported EOS M here looks like it takes after entry-level Powershot cameras, with no viewfinder and fewer controls than the higher-end Powershot GX 1. There's no physical mode dial nor an articulating LCD.
We'll have to wait until Monday to see if this is actually Canon's mirrorless camera, and whether it'll be Canon's only new camera in that category. Exciting stuff!