Canon EOS M50 Reviews

Expert Reviews: 
 3.9
User Reviews: 
 4.6
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Canon EOS M50 review

4.0
Verdict: In many ways the Canon EOS M50 is a better-specced camera than the EOS M5, with faster burst shooting, an improved AF system, and 4K video capture (more on that in a moment). The vari-angle screen also offers that bit more in the way of flexibility over the EOS M5's tilt-angle mechanism.
Pros: Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF, Polished touchscreen, Excellent EVF, Easy to use, Very good image quality
Cons: Poor battery life, 4K video has a 1.6x crop, Plasticky finish, Lens range still limited
1 year 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.
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...
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
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.
1 year ago
 

Canon EOS M50

4.0
Verdict: At first glance, the Canon EOS M50 could pass for a smaller, less expensive version of the company's EOS M5. Despite the surface similarities, the real changes are inside. The M50 is the first Canon camera to use the Digic 8 processor and the only non-pro model to support 4K video capture.
Pros: People on the go who want something compact, with good connectivity and an accessible interface
Cons: Anyone interested in 4K video capture. Those without easy access to a power outlet and don't want to carry a pocket full of batteries
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
8 months 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
1 year ago
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