Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3 Reviews

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Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

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Verdict: Sometimes you don't want the sound of a camera interrupting the perfect moment, whether it's the bride saying "I do" or your newborn baby sleeping. Silent Mode helps you make sure your camera doesn't startle your subject by enabling capture with virtually no shutter sound.
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Read full review at Roberts Camera
9 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50 Review: A Surefire Mirrorless Camera

3.1
Verdict: Consumers are demanding mirrorless cameras because generally they're as good and as versatile as DSLRs, but are smaller and lighter. While that's one of the draws of the 24.1-MP Canon EOS M50, it's not the only one.
Pros: Very good photo quality, even in low light, Excellent electronic viewfinder, Easy-to-use swiveling touch screen, Lots of shooting modes, Includes hot-shoe for external flashes
Cons: Expensive, Relatively smaller lens selection, Video footage had some jitter, Less battery life than competition

Read full review at Tom's Guide
9 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50

3.5
Verdict: The EOS M50 is a new entry-level compact system camera from Canon. The EOS M50 has a 24.1 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, the very latest DIGIC 8 processor, 4K video recording, a touch-screen interface, 99-point AF System, ISO 100-25600, a 3-inch 1,040K-dot LCD vari-angle monitor, integrated Wi-Fi,...
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Read full review at PhotographyBLOG
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

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Verdict: The Canon M50 has to be one of Canon's best mirrorless camera options yet; but at the moment of writing this review, it still feels like Canon is intentionally holding themselves back for reasons that I genuinely don't understand.
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Read full review at thephoblographer.com
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 Review

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Verdict: While the M50 is a solid little camera for the price, Canon has effectively set the bar for future DSLR and mirrorless camera offerings. Going forward, Canon can no longer justify the release of a DSLR or mirrorless camera without 4K video capture.
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Read full review at review.photographybay.com
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50

3.5
Verdict: It's about time that Canon added 4K to a consumer camera-it's currently only available in the pro-grade EOS 5D Mark IV and EOS-1D X Mark II SLRs and in its cinema cameras. But what's in the EOS M50 was not the right way to do it.
Pros: Compact. 24MP APS-C image sensor. 10fps burst. 7.4fps with tracking. Wide focus coverage area. Vari-angle touch LCD. Mic input. EVF. Wi-Fi
Cons: 4K video is cropped with slower autofocus. Native lens options still limited. Limited shots when shooting Raw bursts

Read full review at PC Magazine
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50

4.4
Verdict: The EOS M50, which was announced on 26 February, just before the CP+ show, is the seventh model in a line which began back in late July 2012. Like the majority of its precursors, the latest model is targeted at snapshooters, with particular focus upon travellers who want a wide range of Auto...
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Read full review at PhotoReview
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50

4.0
Verdict: Canon's been making mirrorless cameras for almost six years, but until now it doesn't seem to have been wholly convinced by the idea, shying away from making models that might compete directly with its own DSLRs. Now, though, we have the EOS M50, and perhaps things are starting to change.
Pros: Compact size and light weight make it easy to carry everywhere, Excellent image quality, with reliable metering and auto white balance, Quick and accurate autofocus, even with adapted EF-mount DSLR lenses, Easy-to-use interface that still gives extensive control over settings, Fully articulated...
Cons: Single-dial control slower to use than twin-dial competitors, Overly contrasty viewfinder blocks up shadow details, Poorly implemented manual focus magnification, Very small range of native EF-M lenses, 4K video is subject to considerable restrictions

Read full review at TrustedReviews
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 review: Great for beginners

4.0
Verdict: Canon may have been late to the mirrorless party, but over the last couple of years, it has taken a significant share in this ever-important market. The EOS M50 is an entry-level model that falls between the (£400) EOS M6 and the (£600) EOS M5 , offering beginners a small and affordable camera with...
Pros: Easy to use, Fast in operation, Strong set of features
Cons: Relatively poor battery life, Kit lens is susceptible to flare

Read full review at expertreviews.co.uk
6 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

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Verdict: The Canon EOS M50 is an entry-level mirrorless camera that features an electronic viewfinder, fully articulating touchscreen, single control dial and a 24MP APS-C sensor – the same used by its M-series siblings.
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Read full review at DP Review
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 review

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Verdict: The EOS M50 borrows some features and ideas from existing models, but it also has a few innovations of its own – so could the EOS M50 be Canon's most well-rounded mirrorless camera yet?
Pros: 4K video, Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF, Polished touchscreen, Excellent EVF, Easy to use
Cons: Poor battery life

Read full review at TechRadar UK
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

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Verdict: The EOS M50 is only the second EOS M model to have an electronic viewfinder; it's the first to shoot 4K video; and it's being sold at a pretty competitive price. This could be the EOS M camera where Canon has finally got the balance right.
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Read full review at MaxIt
8 months ago
 

Review: Canon EOS M50 camera

4.0
Verdict: It's fair to say Canon missed the start gun for mirrorless cameras, with Fujifilm, Panasonic and Olympus already well down the track and pulling away.
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Read full review at PC Authority
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 review: M series finally gets credible

4.0
Verdict: It's taken Canon a long time to advance its mirrorless line-up. For 2018 it's clearly a big year because in addition to the EOS M50 accomplishing more than its lesser EOS M models, the company also released its EOS R full-frame mirrorless line-up .
Pros: Capable Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus, Vari-angle touchscreen is useful (and stows for protection, Small size and lightweight, Decent image quality
Cons: Poor battery life (three bar system bad for projecting remaining life, Simplistic autofocus features, Limited lens range (of limited quality, Too, Some touchscreen quirks

Read full review at Pocket Lint
9 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

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Verdict: Canon's mirrorless lineup has been around for a couple of years now, but the company has taken its own sweet time in bringing the series up to speed with the latest features. Meanwhile, others like Sony and Fujifilm have embraced the mirrorless segment with open arms, delivering some truly...
Pros: Light and compact body, Fully articulating display, Above-average image quality in daylight, Dual Pixel autofocus works well
Cons: Weak battery life, Slow autofocus at 4K, Average high-ISO performance

Read full review at gadgets.ndtv.com
11 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50 review: Compact, but with DSLR versatility

4.0
Verdict: Canon EOS M50 review: This mirrorless camera is really compact, and yet can pass off as a point-and-shoot device.
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Read full review at Indian Express
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

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Verdict: The Canon EOS M50 may be the newest entry level camera in the M lineup for Canon, but it's already the most advanced. With features like 24.1MP APS-C CMOS image sensor, this little camera can record 4K (1.6x cropped) video, Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus with a whopping 96 focus points, and 720p HD video...
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Read full review at Steve's Digicams
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50 review so far

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Verdict: The Canon EOS M50 is a mid-range mirrorless camera with a 24 Megapixel APSC sensor, Dual Pixel CMOS autofocus, built-in OLED viewfinder, Wifi and Bluetooth, and becomes Canon's first mirrorless with 4k video, a fully-articulated touch-screen, eye detection and silent shooting options.
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Read full review at Camera Labs
1 year ago
 

very expensive for what it is ,

5.0
Verdict: very good camera ,but the strap adjuster knocks the microphone in use ,so cannot use strap,battery is small ,ext microphone jack socket is loose in the camera from new ! but every now and then it takes a good shot on auto, which is nice for point and shoot, if you have a new smart phone you may just...
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Read full review at Argos
3 months ago
 

Canon M50 camera w/15-45mm&55-200mm Lenses

5.0
Verdict: Excellent camera. Was recommended to me by a friend because of the touchscreen that I could operate left handed. I have disabilities from a ruptured brain aneurysm that requires I be able to work most things left hand now. Just had it for about a month, but getting great shots with both lenses.
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Read full review at B&H Photo
11 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

1.0
Verdict: Great mirrorless camera. Best camera I've ever owned. For not being a super top of the line camera, this camera packs a big punch and rewrites what top of the line is. This mirrorless camera has most of the same controls any DSLR has and a few they don't. Settings are easy to adjust.
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Read full review at Amazon
6 months ago
 

Cracking bit of kit!

5.0
Verdict: Even though it's described as an Entry-level mirrorless camera, it puts many higher priced alternatives to shame. Nice and easy to use, yet offers me plenty of control. The only minor complaints are that a rear dial would be a little more useful to me, and the limited maximum aperture of the zooms.
Pros: Durable, Great Picture Quality, Lightweight, Simple Controls
Cons: Inadequate Features

Read full review at wexphotographic.com
1 year ago
 

Compact easy to use mini 'SLR'

5.0
Verdict: The design of this camera makes it easy to hold and use,the grip on the right just fits my hand nicely.I've invested in the 18-150mm zoom lens and this is proving to be a cracker, recommended
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Read full review at Canon
1 year ago
 

Great camera with amazing features for the price.

5.0
Verdict: After selling up all my previous Canon gear a few years ago, I found myself yearning to re-enter the photography world, only this time I have an interest in making videos too. After doing some research, and attending a Canon Event hosted by Simeon Quarrie, where we were supplied with loan cameras, I...
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Read full review at very.co.uk
8 months ago
 

Great performance for the price

5.0
Verdict: A lot of functions , reduced noise on high ISO and great auto focus. ALL that in a small body. My only complaint is the small battery capacity. The fix is to get extra batteries.
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Read full review at amazon.ca
6 months ago
 

Excellent!!

5.0
Verdict: Delighted with my Canon M50. The picture quality is great and the 18-150mm lens gives me a lot of flexibility in the composition of my photos. The camera is really light and the fold out screen makes it easy to take photos from all angles.
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Read full review at johnlewis.com
7 months ago
 

Takes wonderful pictures-a smart phone on steroids

5.0
Verdict: I bough it in the spring of 2018, when it was still a novelty... and paid FULL price then. No regrets as I took aver 4000 pictures since. Cons: new lenses, needs adapter to use EF lenses (pricey). Not an inexpensive camera. Pros: small, many options, excellent Auto Focus and Auto Exposure.
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Read full review at henrys.com
9 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

5.0
Verdict: To begin with I am new to cameras in general and have been doing a lot of research into the latest systems, like alot of people my budget was around ~£500 willing to stretch for the right camera, unfortunately this is not enough for any new full-frame system so had to settle on a crop sensor.
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Read full review at Amazon
4 months ago
 

Great gear for beginners

5.0
Verdict: Great value .. a lots of features included.. nice body build..
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Read full review at harveynorman.com.au
7 months ago
 

Canon EOS M50 + EF-M 15-45/3.5-6.3

4.0
Verdict: Having owned Canon products for a long time, and working in the field with heavy DSLR gear, it was time to make a switch to something a bit lighter and up-to-date spec wise. I've watched the Mirrorless category grow, and was torn between leaving my dear Canon behind in favor of the competition, but...
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Read full review at dpreview.com
9 months ago
 

Great compact camera

5.0
Verdict: A week into this camera, and still working the bugs out, getting used to it, and trying different things. The kit lens produces stunning images, while using the adapter for my old EF-S lens' leaves a lot to be desired.
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Read full review at Canon
1 month ago
 

Brilliant Small Camera

4.0
Verdict: Brilliant Small Camera with most EOS SLR features and programs. I t can be hard to see the LCD screen sometimes, but after purchasing the EVF-DC2 Electronic Viewfinder Accessory, I am now really happy using this camera in very sunny conditions.
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Read full review at canon.com.au
9 months ago
 

So far, so good!

5.0
Verdict: I was looking for a reasonably priced 4k video camera that I could use for work. We do not have a large budget and we don't have staff with video expertise so the camera we chose had to be simple and easy to use but still produce nice quality video.
Pros: - light weight so easy to set up on a small tabletop tripod - reasonable wide angle capabilities (we shoot from about 5' or less) - good autofocus with good subject tracking - love the flip out screen (easy to see how your shot is composed) - the included microphone is great indoors (have not tried...
Cons: - recording on the included SD card seemed slow (we upgraded to a faster 64GB card) - battery life; the display shows full battery for quite some time and then the indicators quickly drop and the camera dies - SD card slot (it is difficult to insert the SD card and when you push the SD card, it does...

Read full review at Crutchfield
11 months ago
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