Survey Canon EOS M WIRED

“The mirrorless camera market was long notable for what it lacked: hardware from Nikon and Canon.
Technically Canon has had a mirrorless offering for about four years, the EOS M, but it was a low-end model that felt more like a token gesture than a real camera. Other than that, the company largely ignored the mirrorless market in favor of the DSLR. Canon fans have been hoping in vain for a more capable successor to the EOS M for some time. Now, with the new EOS M5, I can safely say the wait is over.
Canon EOS M5 7/10 Wired Small and light enough to appeal to fans of compacts. Very fast and accurate autofocus—one of the best AFs we’ve seen. Excellent electronic viewfinder and touchscreen for easy and comfortable compositions. Tired Lacks fast native lenses. There’s a lens adaptor, but it costs another $200. Viewfinder blackout is pronounced. No 4K video, which feels odd in 2017. How We Rate 1/10 A complete failure in every way
A complete failure in every way 2/10 Sad, really
Sad, really 3/10 Serious flaws; proceed with cautio
nSerious flaws; proceed with caution 4/10 Downsides outweigh upsides
Downsides outweigh upsides 5/10 Recommended with reservations
Recommended with reservations 6/10 Solid with some issues”

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Ordinance EOS M is Canons new top viewfinderfree mirrorless camera Pocketlintcom

“Hot on the heels of the Canon EOS M5 – the mirrorless camera that, finally, put Canon in contention with some of its competition – the Japanese company has a
ounced the EOS M6. It does away with the viewfinder (leaving a hotshoe in place for an accessory one), while updating the body design.
As compact system cameras go the M6 has got a variety of top features on board: its 45-point Dual Pixel AF system means its sensor-level phase-detection pixels are fast to focus; while the latest 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, which is APS-C sized and therefore beneficially bigger than many rivals, will deliver the same quality as the M5.”

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