Canon EOS M50 - digital camera EF-M 15-45mm IS STM lens

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  • Digital camera
  • mirrorless
  • 24.1 MP
  • APS-C
  • 4K / 25 fps
  • 3x optical zoom EF-M 15-45mm IS STM lens
  • Wi-Fi
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Canon EOS M50 - digital camera EF-M 15-45mm IS STM lens
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  • Digital camera
  • mirrorless
  • 24.1 MP
  • APS-C
  • 4K / 25 fps
  • 3x optical zoom EF-M 15-45mm IS STM lens
  • Wi-Fi
  • NFC
  • Bluetooth
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Tell unforgettable stories in rich color and detail with the compact and connected 4K EOS M50. Its sleek design is packed with innovative technologies including cinematic 4k and 5-axis movie stabilization, with DSLR image quality in a lightweight mirrorless body and versatile EF-M 15-45 mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens. This modern camera combines a 24.1 Megapixel DSLR sized CMOS sensor with powerful DIGIC 8 processing for outstanding low light performance and depth of field control. A large central electronic viewfinder provides an intuitive shooting experience, with a 7.5 cm vari-angle touchscreen to shoot from every perspective.
Canon EOS M50 - digital camera EF-M 15-45mm IS STM lens is rated4.67 out of5 by3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wi-Fi includedIt's very easy to carry and my favorite part is that I don't need to take out the SD card to transfer the pictures because the camera does it automatically
Date published: 2018-06-24T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Decent CameraThe camera shoots pretty good stills and photos and is small enough for carrying around. Some of the features will take time to learn and apply, but well worth it. So far the only complaint i have is the lack of a Bulb feature on the shutter. Not really sure why Canon didn't put this in this camera, but they didn't.
Date published: 2019-06-09T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use to have the nice Big DSLR's, now I have thisIt's amazing, my favorite Camera to date and I'm 58 Yrs old, so i had a lot of them as i'm a gadget guy also, and this blows my Sony's away and my Panasonics I have had and Nikon's even.. I'm hoping they enable the 4K dual Pixelation after they make a few sales on the new higher end ones that will. Anyway, it's not the just the camera the app is amazing easy to work with the camera and instant transfers to my home Imac and also iPhone X plus I can shoot weddings in 4k with the iPhone being a remote.. but the options NFC, BT, and WiFI and GPS, you can even enter copyright info.. just a ton of easy to access controls over and the guided menus were a plus for me at first, a little fast to get to were I wanted fast you can tell this is an updated camera for the 2018's, just happy..
Date published: 2018-06-16T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great addition to canons mirrorlessReally happy with the M50!. Great carry camera compared to my 7d mark 2, preformance is great. Now for the negative, lens selection which I understand there is a adapter which I ordered not too much to choose from otherwise. Also there are no battery pack/grip which is a bummer. but after all is said and done it is a great camera and I highly recomend it.
Date published: 2018-06-28T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than I expectedI bought this about 2 weeks ago, after doing research for 3-4 months. I am not a new shooter, but this is my 3rd Canon, 60D & 70D. The camera for me, is my travel version as I am 72 and I wanted to go smaller, lighter, but didn't want to give up my options while in the field. This is about as close to an 80D as you can get, but 1/2 the size. The IQ is excellent and the clarity is better than my 70D when you are pulling out shadows. I have the 15-45 kit lens, which is better than most of the reviews say, IMO.I also added the adapter and all of my lens work fine, even my 3rd party ones. So now I have every combination for my use.Video is excellent, and do not need 4K, so I will not comment, I am 80% stills, only using video for travel.Time-lapse movie works well and I like the results. Overall, this is not a beginners camera, though the A+ green offers stunning results. This will work for everyone, in my opinion. Get one and find out. Oh, I was considering the M5, and I am glad I bought the M50.
Date published: 2018-10-11T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lot of features.I bought this camera as a back up to my 7D. I like it because I can use my EF Lenses as well as my older FD lenses with the correct adapters. I also the the smallness of it for portability reasons.
Date published: 2018-12-26T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Camera, for everyone!I bought this on Black Friday 2018, after doing research for 2months. I am a new shooter, but wanted to go smaller, lighter, but didn't want to give up options of a DSLR. I have the 15-45 kit lens, which is better than most of the reviews say, IMO. I also added the adapter and am hoping to add some lens soon. This will work for everyone, in my opinion. Get one and find out. Oh, I was considering the M100, and I am glad I bought the M50.
Date published: 2018-12-21T00:00:00-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ease of use.After watching months and months video reviewing the latest and greatest camera releases, we chose to purchase the M50 because Canon's color science, dual pixel auto focus and menus. This is the perfect camera for our business and personal needs.
Date published: 2018-06-29T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super ValueI bought the M50 in a kit with two M lenses. The whole thing fits in a little case about 5 inches high, and with the footprint of a paperback book. The idea was to be inconspicuous and light weight without losing too much in the way of image quality or flexibility compared to my Canon 5D III set-up. For the record, I have no interest in shooting videos, and doubt I will ever pair the M50 with my cell phone. So, to be honest, I’m probably not the customer Canon had in mind (as suggested by the feature set, user interface, and price point of the M50. For this review to be useful, I’m going to first comment on the camera from the prospective of someone with a developing interest in photography. Once that is established, the suitability of the camera to meet the needs of someone used to semi-pro gear will make more sense.If you are considering a leap to a dedicated camera from a cell phone or tablet the M50 will blow your mind. The fully automatic setting will give you fast and very sharp results—either through the view finder, or through the main screen. The screen responds to touch very much like your cell phone. There are pre-programmed “scene” modes for everything from taking “selfies” to photographing food. If your interest develops beyond that, there are the typical DSLR modes where you can take control of individual photographic parameters. The camera can produce large files, so most any shot could be blown up to 13” x 19” or larger, and proudly displayed on a wall. If you want to be more creative, you can crop your photos and/or add effects within the camera functions. You can have the camera create JPEG files for you, or you can work with unmodified sensor files (so called RAW files) like the professionals do—“processing” them (contrast, sharpness, color balance, etc.) to your individual preferences. The photos I’ve attached were made that way.The bottom line is that the M50 can take you from where you are as a photographer and support your interest as it grows. Even the menus can morph from easy-to-understand graphic-centric categories and sub-categories to the sort of list approach used by Canon’s top of the line professional cameras.Now, if you are like me—already used to working with a full-sized Canon camera, it’s going to take a little practice and experimentation to get the M50 to behave itself. One example: There is a sensor next to the viewfinder, so the camera knows when to switch it on. So far, so good until you want a waist-level shot. If the camera is too near your body, the viewfinder sensor will think you want to use the viewfinder, and will blank out the display screen. Same thing happens if your hand crosses the sensor on the way to change a setting by touch on the display screen. It's confusing, and a bit frustrating until you figure out why the display screen is shutting down.There are many issues like this. Some can be solved with menu choices; others cannot. Figuring out which is which takes experimentation and patience. For instance, the camera does not store configurations separately for Tv, Av, or P modes. Your current focus, ISO, and shutter settings will apply to all three. Once I got used to working around (or within) the limitations of the camera, I was delighted with the results. The new RAW formats work well in Lightroom and Photoshop CC. They seem to accept a lot of sharpening when necessary. With an adapter, I can use the same lenses as I do for the 5D III. I have experimented with the M50 attached to a Canon 100-400 L lens. It works nicely. Adding a 1.4 extender is a bit much, though. When I bought the camera, I was thinking it might be good to use for action photography—something I enjoy with the larger camera. Even though it is capable of producing a satisfyingly quick burst of shots, the viewfinder judders between them, so following a flying bird, or a swimmer in mid dive, is tricky. In addition, with large RAW files, the buffer fills in about 10 shots and takes 5-10 seconds before you can shoot again. Finally, this sort of shooting quickly uses up the battery. That said, if you work within the parameters of the camera you can get some great shots. All and all I’ve become fond of this camera. Exploring its limitations has given me a great deal of respect for its capabilities. Its small size means I have it with me when the big rig would be too cumbersome. And when I’m trying to be unobtrusive no one sees a big white lens and asks if I’m a professional. Finally, the M50 is a moderately-priced camera using the current leading edge of Canon’s technology. When Canon creates a mirrorless camera designed to fully satisfy those of us using DSLRs, it’s likely to be way out of my price range, so, even with the current user interface, the M50 is a great deal.
Date published: 2018-08-07T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great compact cameraA 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. Clarity is reduced considerably, making me have to consider another Canon m-mount lens for a longer zoom. Set-up was easy, connecting via wi-fi equally so. A lot of settings to go through to get it where I want it. This camera is replacing my aged T2-i.
Date published: 2019-06-15T00:00:00-04:00