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Canon EOS M

Canon EOS M

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We've given the M a grade of B.
This product is ranked
14th of 23 in $0 - $100
49th of 59 in Canon Digital Cameras
58th of 68 in Over 16 Megapixels Digital Cameras
47th of 48 in Mirrorless Digital Cameras

Editor's Review

Canon's long-awaited entry to the mirrorless market has arrived, and we aren't entirely sure it was worth the wait (if you were waiting at all). Essentially a slimmed-down version of the new T4i, the M's claim to fame is the multi-touch screen from which most of the camera's settings are controlled. The camera is thus aimed squarely at the low end of the market, sure to please the audience with its slim size and easy operation, but not bogged down with the external controls or viewfinder an enthusiast might crave. Reviews have noted good image quality from the M, but the autofocus is pretty poor when compared to what else is available from Sony or Panasonic and Olympus. Unless you're a Canon enthusiast, look elsewhere for your portable interchangeable lens camera.
The most interesting thing about the new system isn't the camera itself but the lens it comes packaged with, a 22mm f2 pancake lens. This 35mm equivalent hearkens back to the old film days, when most people's "kit" lens was a simple fast prime. While image quality is bound to be better than with a standard 18-55mm lens, we're anxious to see how the market likes Canon not including a zoom. It will be a tough sell at the counter when the customer asks how much zoom the M has...none. For an extra $299 one can purchase the kit zoom, but now you're talking over $1000 for an entry-level camera. For the money, we'd still place our bet on Sony's NEX-5R or Olympus E-PL5 as the mirrorless of choice in this price range.

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  • 18 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
  • Canon EF-M mount
  • 1080/30p HD video
  • 3-inch multi-touch LCD screen
  • 4.3fps burst
  • Manual controls
  • RAW capture
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Release Date: Sep 01, 2012

Canon EOS M Reviews

Canon EOS M Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

Canon digital cameras are well known for their high quality optics, reliability and simplicity of use. Canon has earned a reputation for manufacturing some of the finest digital cameras and digital SLRs that you can buy, and is one of the leading digital camera manufacturers in today's world. Those in search of high quality cameras often have at least a few cameras by Canon on their wish list. So when one looks at the PC Magazine's winners for the Reader's Choice Award for Service and Reliability, it should be no surprise that the top spot is frequently won by Canon. It also should come as no surprise that their cameras are reviewed very highly on a consistent basis.

While Canon is not traditionally a brand that's cheap, Canon digital cameras have earned the status of best buy. This means that you receive great value for the extra money. In the recent past, Canon begun producing a few models that are less expensive, without sacrificing quality. One such camera is the Canon PowerShot A1200. Unlike many other models at this low price point, the A1200 has a small optical viewfinder that makes is great for outdoor shooting as well as AA batteries.

The Powershot A series, the SD or ELPH series compact point-and-shoots, and the Rebel consumer dSLRs like the T4i are other Canon digital cameras that have highly praised across the board. Solid design, ease of use, and high picture quality are things you can count on when you own a Canon camera. The Canon enthusiast compacts found in the S and G series cameras are among the finest Canon digital cameras you can find. These models have overwhelmed the advanced digital camera market for quite some time, being great for both amateurs and professionals requiring something pocketable. For example, the Canon PowerShot G15 boasts an LCD screen that swivels, and a 12 megapixel sensor. It is also perfect for low light photography due to its very fast lens.

GPS and WiFi are features that Canon has been adding to its mid and high-end models recently to keep their cameras specifications right on the cutting edge. These better specifications differentiate the upper models from lower-end cameras, but mean that they also have a higher price tag. When buying a Canon digital camera, experts recommend that you thoroughly read Canon digital camera reviews and ratings and consult other users in order to pick the right model.

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