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All Cameras >> Canon >> Canon EOS M

Canon EOS M SLR Digital Camera Sample Photos

Marketed: 01-Jul-2012
Lens Mount: EF
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Comments
J.Baldwin14-Sep-2013 15:00
Very happy with the results for a compact travel camera. I wish the M had a software lockout for the touchscreen. I've had settings changed as it bounces around while hiking.
borisalex29-Aug-2013 08:16
After downloading the latest firmware 2.0.2 Autofukus of the EOS M is much faster and fast enough for most applications. I also like the touch screen to focus! Great value for money and build quality!
Barry S Moore27-Aug-2013 03:43
The upgraded software works really well and the touch screen to focus and take the shot is very effective. Despite my earlier comment I have no problem using this camera in strong light conditions. When reviewing shots shade from my body is sufficient to see the shot as well. A joy to use.
Barry S Moore03-Jul-2013 04:33
What is needed is a plastic clip on viewer (just like the old 35mm slide viewers, but larger) for the back of the camera so you can hold it at eye level and have a close up view of the rear LCD. You then get the benefit of the light weight/ small size/quality image.. and an enormous live view image. There are a number of LCD viewing hoods on the net, but a cardboard one can be made I suppose.
Jan Søgaard22-Jun-2013 15:47
I have tryed it, but I dont like it. Why dont Canon make one for EF optic and rotating viewfinder so you can see in sunlight. what you are capturing.
Lens Mount is not Ef but M

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