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Canon EOS M Digital Camera

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MILC 18MP CMOS Sep 2012
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36 Reasons For

Nine Industry Awards

This Canon digital camera was given a "Recommended" award by Ephotozine, PhotographyBlog.com, Trusted Reviews, Camera Labs and Tbreak.ae all of whom said that this Canon camera was good.

This camera was given an "Editor's Choice" award by both CNET.co.uk and Parentesis.com, both of which decided that this digital camera was terrific.

The reviewers at two other expert review sites both endorsed this Canon camera. The writer at What Digital Camera thought that this camera was marvellous and gave it a "Gold" award and it received a Digifotopro.nl "Silver" award.

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Average Expert Reviews

This camera has an average expert rating of 73% based on fifty-six expert reviews from sites including What Digital Camera, PhotographyBlog.com, CNET.com and Ephotozine.

Good User Reviews

On average, EOS M owners rated this digital camera 82 out of 100.

Good Quality Pictures

A few Canon EOS M owners who reviewed it said that it was able to produce good images. This year Amazon Customer mentioned on Amazon “It says it only has capacity for 9 photos”. Macworld.co.uk gave it a score of 80 out of 100 and said “Whilst it’s now longer in the tooth than others here, image quality is superb Canon joined the mirrorless camera party very late in 2012 with its first”. Expert website Digitalone.com.sg said “While we love its great image quality, as well as its compact” .

A number of people who reviewed the Canon EOS M agreed that it had a good picture resolution. Expert review site Steves-Digicams.com wrote “Quick TakeProsAuto shooting mode is accurate” in their Canon EOS M review.

One Canon EOS M reviewer considered that it had a good image sensor. Nothingwired.com said in their review “Large image sensor, excellent build quallity, access to a plethora of own brand lenses, superb image quality that packs a punch even with 18 55mm kit zoom”.

One Canon EOS M reviewer who reviewed the Canon EOS M thought it had a good ISO range. Nothingwired.com mentioned in their review of this digital camera in November last year “Good high ISO performance”.

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Easy to Use

A few customers who reviewed it said that it had a good interface. Expert review site Photographyblog.com wrote four years ago “A touch-screen interface, Full 1080p HD Movie mod” in their review of the Canon EOS M. Pocket Lint said “Responsive touchscreen interface”. Nothingwired.com mentioned last year “Great touchdriven interface”.

A number of Canon EOS M owners who bought it considered that it was easy to use. Whatdigitalcamera.com wrote in their Canon EOS M review “DSLR range, Canon has delivered one of the most easy to use, capable CSCs around today”. Pocket Lint scored it 4 stars and mentioned “Very easy to use for beginner photographers” in their Canon EOS M review. Nothingwired.com mentioned “Multipoint touchscreen is nice to use, generally clear interface” in their review of this digital camera.

Three customers wrote in their reviews that the Canon EOS M was comfortable and easy to hold. Pocket Lint said in their review of the Canon EOS M “Lacks a decent handgrip for a steady hold with longer optics”.

One Canon EOS M owner who purchased the product wrote that it was easy to handle. Expert website Cameralabs.com mentioned in their review “For first time CSC buyers, there are better options, with superior handling and versatility, greater customisation” and gave it a rating of 4 stars.

One person who purchased it reckoned that it was easy to use the menus. Cnet.co.uk scored it 5 stars and said in their review of the Canon EOS M on expert website CNET.co.uk “The real highlight is the touch interface which makes it easy to fix the settings you need”.

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Robust

Some people considered that it was well made. Ephotozine.com said “The other systems available either feature a built in pop-up flash or smaller external flashes” in their review of this digital camera and rated the product 4 stars. Expert review site Techtree.com said “1px solid green; margin” in their review. Macworld.co.uk wrote “A solidly built starter option for anyone wanting a compact system camera”.

A number of Canon EOS M reviewers mentioned in their reviews that the product was strong and durable. Pocket Lint gave it a score of 70 out of 100 and mentioned “Attractive, sturdy build”.

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Good Size

A number of people said in their reviews that it was compact. Expert review site Cnet.com mentioned in their review of this digital camera “While it provides one of the best touch-screen experiences in its class and the compact body is quite comfortable to shoot with” but in spite of that they rated the product 60 out of 100. Expert review site Pcmag.com said “As the last major camera manufacturer to take a stab at designing a compact interchangeable lens camera, Canon had plenty of time to see what others had done right” in their review of this digital camera. Pcmag.com also wrote “The EOS M, Canon's first compact interchangeable lens camera, feels polished on the outside.”.

Three Canon EOS M reviewers wrote in their reviews that this digital camera was lightweight. Pocket Lint wrote in their Canon EOS M review “Lightweight, portable and takes regular Canon EF lenses with an adapter” and scored the product 4 stars. Pocket Lint also said “Small lightweight simple body”. Nothingwired.com wrote in their Canon EOS M review “Lightweight and compact”.

A few Canon EOS M reviewers who bought the product reckoned that it was a good body shape. Nothingwired.com mentioned in their review last year “With a very nice touch screen, well-designed body” . Nothingwired.com also said “Sturdy body balances portability with quality”. Expert website Hardwarezone.com.my mentioned “The camera body is a solid work of art, with a clean-cut look” in their Canon EOS M review.

One Canon EOS M owner considered that this digital camera was a good size. Three years ago expert website Amateurphotographer.co.uk rated it 4 stars and wrote “It is a good size for those who are looking for a pocketable DSLR alternative” in their review of the Canon EOS M.

One Canon EOS M reviewer wrote in their reviews that it was good structurally. Nothingwired.com mentioned in their review of the Canon EOS M “Solid construction”.

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Good Product Quality

Some Canon EOS M reviewers who bought it thought it was good quality. Cnet.com said in their Canon EOS M review on CNET.com “It's got a compact, well-built and well-designed metal body”. Cnet.com.au gave the product a score of 4 stars and said “Looking for SLR-like image quality in a compact body? The EOS M offers the best of both worlds, with the added benefit of interchangeable lenses” in their review of this digital camera. Digitalversus.com said “In fact, its easy, pleasant-to-use design and image quality are easily worth four stars”.

Good Screen / Viewfinder

Several customers who purchased this digital camera reckoned that it was mirrorless. Cameralabs.com mentioned in their review of the Canon EOS M on expert website Camera Labs “Canon EOS M review The EOS M is Canon's long-awaited entry into the mirror-less compact system camera market” and gave it a rating of 4 stars. Four years ago Kenrockwell.com wrote “Canon's new EOS M is a mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera with a Canon 1.6x ("APS-C") CMOS sensor”. In the same month expert website Engadget.com said in their review of the Canon EOS M “Canon's first mirrorless camera offers top-notch image quality.” and scored it 4 stars.

A few people wrote in their reviews that the product had a good screen. Cnet.com mentioned three years ago “A responsive touch screen with a streamlined interface” in their Canon EOS M review.

A number of Canon EOS M reviewers mentioned in their reviews that the Canon EOS M had a good viewfinder. Pocket Lint mentioned “No optical or electronic viewfinder builtin” in their review of the Canon EOS M and rated it 70 out of 100.

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Good Video Capture

A few Canon EOS M reviewers who reviewed this digital camera wrote that it was good for video recording. Expert review site Kenrockwell.com wrote “It shoots 18 MP stills as well as movies, with a built-in S-t”. Pocket Lint scored the product 4 stars and said “Excellent HD video quality” in their review. Pocket Lint also wrote “Video Full HD 1080p”.

Canon Cameras Have Good Reviews

Canon has good average reviews for its SLR cameras as well as across its entire digital camera range compared to other manufacturers.

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Good Support

A number of customers who bought this digital camera reckoned that it had good technical guidance. Pocket Lint gave it a rating of 70 out of 100 and said in their review of this digital camera four years ago “EF-S lens adapter accessory available, flash included, fully manual movie mode with great results”. Three years ago expert review site Techradar.com/au/ said “Buying Guide Best DSLR” in their review of this digital camera.

Nice Design

Some customers mentioned in their reviews that the product was a good design. Expertreviews.co.uk mentioned on expert review site Expert Reviews “A smart design and superb photos.” in their review of the Canon EOS M but in spite of that they only rated the product 3 stars. Liveatpc.com said three years ago “It takes many design cues from a full sized DSLR” in their review of the Canon EOS M.

One Canon EOS M reviewer who reviewed it said that it was good looking. Four years ago Pocket Lint gave the product a rating of 4 stars and wrote “Beautiful solid product design” in their Canon EOS M review.

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Good Technical Features

A number of Canon EOS M owners wrote that it had good features. Expert website Cnet.com mentioned “The Canon EOS M's disappointing performance and blah feature set make it less attractive than competitors” in their Canon EOS M review. Expert review site Avhub.com.au wrote in their review of this digital camera “It's still packed solid with D-SLR features”.

Good Connectivity

One customer wrote that the Canon EOS M was wifi compatible. Pocket Lint wrote “AF and burst shooting could be faster, no WiFi, limited lens support at this time”.

Good Quality Lens

Some customers said in their reviews that the Canon EOS M had a good lens. Cnet.co.uk said in their review on expert review site CNET.co.uk “A compact with an interchangeable lens was the only obvious gap in Canon's line-up”. Digitalversus.com mentioned in their review “Canon is the last of the big camera firms to arrive on the interchangeable lens compact scene” yet they gave the product a score of 2 stars. Gizmodo.com wrote “An 18-Megapixel compact interchangeable lens camera with an APS-C sensor—essentially a shrunken down Rebel T4i” in their Canon EOS M review.

Several customers who purchased it reckoned that it had a good autofocus. Expert website Ephotozine.com said in their review “There are cheaper competitors available than the Canon EOS M, with quicker focus” and gave the Canon EOS M a rating of 80 out of 100. Expert review site Gizmodo.com said “Canons effort on the EOS M buttresses those frustrated users who believe that their beloved brand is focusing more on protecting their markets than they are on innovating” in their review of this digital camera. Nothingwired.com mentioned in their review of the Canon EOS M “Quick to focus (with firmware update”.

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Supports Video Recording

supports video recording

Like most of the other digital cameras of this type and age, the Canon EOS M supports video recording.

There are a number of alternative cameras which support video recording currently available that you might want to consider including the D5200 ($349.95), or the D5100 ($379.85) both from Nikon or the Canon EOS 60D ($899.99) which has better reviews.

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Supports Full HD Video

supports Full HD video

The Canon EOS M supports Full HD video, as do most of the other comparable spec digital cameras that have been around for a similar time to the EOS M.

We compared this camera to all the other digital cameras which support Full HD video and we think the Nikon D750 ($1,524.95), the Canon EOS 60D ($899.99), and the Sony Alpha A58 ($599.99) which has better reviews is also worth considering.

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SD Memory Card

This camera supports an SD|SDHC|SDXC memory card, which is typical of many digital cameras of this age and type. SD cards are by far the most common type of memory card. They are compatible with the majority of digital cameras.

It may also be worth also looking at one of the alternative cameras that support an SD|SDHC|SDXC memory currently available including the EOS 60D ($899.99), or the EOS 60D ($899.99) both from Canon or the Nikon D5200 ($349.95) which has better reviews.

Digital cameras with a better memory card type that might be worth considering include the Sony Alpha A58 ($599.99) (MS Duo|MS PRO Duo|MS PRO Duo HS|MS Pro-HG Duo|MS XC-HG Duo|SD|SDHC|SDXC) which also has a higher rating.

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Very Light

Across all the SLR cameras that have been available for around the same time as the EOS M the weights range from 230g to 1.5kg, and the average weight is 650g. With a weight of only 298 grams, the Canon EOS M is one of the lighter similar spec digital cameras that were launched around the same time as the EOS M amongst SLR cameras of this age.

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MOS Sensor Type

This digital camera has a CMOS sensor type, which is typical of many digital cameras of this age and spec.

We think you might also be interested in some of the other cameras that have a CMOS sensor currently available including because of it's better review score, the Canon EOS 60D ($899.99), the Sony Alpha A58 ($599.99), or the Nikon D5200 ($349.95).

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Electronic Camera Shutter

This camera has an Electronic|Mechanical camera shutter, which is typical of many cameras of this type and age.

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Supports Three Image Formats

The Canon EOS M has a greater number of supported image formats than most SLR cameras that have been around for around the same time as it. This camera supports a JPG image format, which is the most commonly supported image format supported by digital cameras of a comparable spec and age to the EOS M. The image formats "EXIF" and "RAW" are also supported by this Canon camera.

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24 Flash Guides

The Canon EOS M is a 24 meters flash guide digital camera. Most of the other SLR cameras that have been around for more than two years only have between 6 and 23 flash guides.

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5184 X 3456 Still Image Resolution

The Canon EOS M has a 5184 x 3456 still image resolution which is higher than the 1920 x 1080 still image resolution found on most SLR cameras that came out more than two years ago. This Canon camera also have still image resolutions of 480 x 480, 720 x 400, 720 x 480, 1280 x 1280, 1696 x 1280, 1728 x 1728, 1920 x 1280, 2304 x 1728, 2304 x 2304, 2592 x 1456, 2592 x 1728, 3072 x 2304, 3456 x 1944, 3456 x 2304, 3456 x 3456 and 4608 x 3456 and 5184 x 2912. Across all cameras of a similar spec and age to the EOS M the worst still image resolution is 480 x 480 and the best is 6000 x 4000.

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Fairly High Display Resolution

The lowest display resolution of cameras of a similar age and spec to the EOS M is 640 pixels, the highest is 2,400,000 pixels, and the average display resolution is 780,000 pixels. With a display resolution of 1,040,000 pixel, the Canon EOS M has one of the higher display resolutions amongst cameras of this age.

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±2EV (1/2, 1/3 EV Step) Flash Exposure Correction

The Canon EOS M has a ±2EV (1/2, 1/3 EV step) flash exposure correction which is wider than most SLR cameras that are a similar age to it. Most digital cameras of this type and age have a ±1EV (1/3 EV step) flash exposure correction. This camera also have a ±2EV (1/2 and 1/3 EV step) flash exposure correction. The best flash exposure correction of all cameras of a similar age and type to the EOS M is ±3EV (1/2; 1/3 EV step) and the worst is ±1EV (1/3 EV step).

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1920 X 1080 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution

This digital camera has a maximum video resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is typical of many digital cameras of a similar age and type to it.

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1920 X 1080 Pixels Video Resolution

The highest video resolution supported by the Canon EOS M is 1920 x 1080 pixels. That's over two times the video resolution of a 1280 x 720 pixels camera, which is the most frequently found video resolution supported by cameras that have been available for more than two years. 1280 x 720 pixels is also supported by this Canon camera. In addition, this camera supports a video resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. A video resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels is equivalent to Full HD video. You will require a Full HD TV or better to appreciate this level of detail.

A 1920 x 1080 pixels video resolution is actually the best supported video resolution amongst all comparable spec digital cameras that were released more than two years ago.

Amongst comparable types of camera the worst supported video resolution is 320 x 240 pixels.

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Supports Nine ISO Speeds

The number of ISO speeds supported by the Canon EOS M is more than most similar spec cameras that are a comparable age to it. This camera supports a 100 ISO speed, which is the most commonly supported ISO speed supported by similar spec cameras that have been on the market for more than two years. The ISO speeds "200", "400", "800", "1600", "3200", "6400", "12800" and "25600" are also supported by this Canon digital camera.

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Very Short

The Canon EOS M is one of the shorter SLR cameras that have been available for around the same time as the EOS M (only 66.5 millimeters) amongst SLR cameras of this age. The heights of SLR cameras that came out around the same time as the EOS M range from 34mm to 160mm, and the average height is 100mm.

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H.264 Video Format

This camera supports a H.264|MOV video format, which is typical of many cameras of a comparable spec and age to it.

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Narrow

The narrowest camera of this spec and age is 100mm wide and the widest is 160mm. At only 108.6 millimeters, the Canon EOS M is very narrow compared to most of the other digital cameras of this spec and age.

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Supports Three Camera File Systems

The number of camera file systems supported by the Canon EOS M is more than most SLR cameras that have been on the market for more than two years. The most commonly supported camera file system is DCF 2, but this camera file system is not supported by this camera. The camera file systems DPOF 1.1, Exif 2.3 and RAW are also supported by this Canon digital camera.

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Auto Focus

This camera has an Auto / Manual focus, which is typical of many digital cameras that came out more than two years ago.

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Very Short Flash Sync-Speed

The flash sync-speeds of comparable spec digital cameras that are a similar age to the EOS M range from 0.0031s to 3s. With a flash sync-speed of only 0.005 seconds, the Canon EOS M has one of the shorter flash sync-speeds amongst SLR cameras of this age.

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14 Reasons Against

Unacceptable Noise Level

One customer who bought the product thought it was not noisy. Nothingwired.com mentioned “Noisy autofocus motor” .

Poor Battery Life

Some Canon EOS M reviewers agreed that this digital camera did not have a good battery life. Nothingwired.com said in their review “Seriously poor autofocus performance and battery life detract from the overall package”.

Does Not Have a Built-In Flash

The Canon EOS M does not have a built-in flash, unlike most of the other digital cameras that came out around the same time as the EOS M which have a built-in flash.

We compared this digital camera to all the other digital cameras with a built-in flash and we think the Nikon D750 ($1,524.95), the Canon EOS 60D ($899.99), or the Sony Alpha A58 ($599.99) is also worth considering.

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Does Not Have a GPS

The Canon EOS M does not have a GPS. Most of the other digital cameras of a comparable age and spec to the EOS M also do not have a GPS.

We compared this camera to all the other cameras with a GPS and we think the D5200 ($349.95), or the D5100 ($379.85) both from Nikon which is also higher rated is also worth considering.

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Not 3D Compatible

Most digital cameras of this age and type are not 3D compatible. The Canon EOS M is no exception to this as it too is not 3D compatible.

Digital cameras which are 3D compatible that might be worth looking at include the D5200 ($349.95), or the D5100 ($379.85) both from Nikon which is also higher rated.

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Does Not Support WiFi Connectivity

Most SLR cameras that are a similar age to the EOS M do not support WiFi connectivity. The Canon EOS M is no exception to this as it too does not support WiFi connectivity.

We compared all the other digital cameras which also support WiFi connectivity to this digital camera and we think the D750 ($1,524.95), the D5200 ($349.95), or the D5100 ($379.85) all from Nikon which also has a higher rating is also worth considering.

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Not Waterproof

The Canon EOS M is not waterproof. Most of the other similar spec cameras that have been available for around the same time as the EOS M are also not waterproof.

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Does Not Have an Image Stabiliser

The Canon EOS M does not have an image stabiliser. Most of the other cameras that have been around for a similar time to the EOS M also do not have an image stabiliser.

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Only Features One Flash Mode

The number of flash modes featured on the Canon EOS M is more than most digital cameras of this spec and age. This camera features an Auto flash mode, which is the most frequently featured flash mode featured on similar spec cameras that were launched more than two years ago.

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Very Low Maximum Playback Zoom

Cameras that have been on the market for around the same time as the EOS M have maximum playback zooms of between 1x and 16x, and the average maximum playback zoom is 9.8x. At only 1.5 times zoom factor, the Canon EOS M has a fairly low maximum playback zoom compared to most of the other SLR cameras that came out around the same time as the EOS M.

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Only Has One Photo Effect

The number of photo effects found on the Canon EOS M is more than most digital cameras of a similar type and age to it. This Canon digital camera has a Neutral photo effect, which is the most commonly found photo effect found on similar spec digital cameras that have been available for around the same time as the EOS M.

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Only Has Seven Shooting Modes

The Canon EOS M has a greater number of shooting modes than most cameras of this type and age. This digital camera has an Auto shooting mode, which is the most commonly found shooting mode found on digital cameras of this age and spec. The shooting modes "Aperture priority", "Manual", "Movie", "Program", "Scene" and "Shutter priority" are also found on this Canon digital camera.

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Only 230 Shots Per Battery Charge

The Canon EOS M is a camera that takes 230 shots shots per battery charge.

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Very Long Flash Recharging Time

Across all the cameras of this spec and age the flash recharging times range from 1s to 5.5s, and the average flash recharging time is 3.1s. With a flash recharging time of 5.5 seconds, the Canon EOS M's flash recharging time is one of the longest amongst cameras of this age and type.

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3 Other reasons to consider the Canon EOS M

Released Over Four Years Ago

It was over four years ago when this camera was released.

Average Screen Size

The Canon EOS M has a pretty standard screen size (3 inches) compared to most of the other digital cameras of a similar type and age to the EOS M.

We compared all the other 3" screen cameras to this digital camera and we think because of it's better review score, the Canon EOS 60D ($899.99) is also worth considering.

If this camera screen size is not large enough for you then you might also want to consider the Nikon D750 ($1,524.95) (3.2") which is also higher rated.

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Average Megapixel Count

With a megapixel count of 18 megapixels, the Canon EOS M has a fairly typical megapixel count compared to most of the other cameras of a similar age and spec to the EOS M.

We compared all the other 18MP cameras to this camera and we think because of it's better review score, the Canon EOS 60D ($899.99) is also worth considering.

If this Canon camera megapixel count is too low for you then you might also want to look at the D5200 ($349.95) (24.1MP), or the D750 ($1,524.95) (24.3MP) both from Nikon or the Sony Alpha A58 ($599.99) (20.1MP) which is also higher rated.

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Specification

Picture Quality
Camera Type
Megapixel Count
Sensor Type
Still Image Resolution
Maximum Image Resolution
Aspect Ratio
Image Format
Full-Frame Sensor Size
Total Megapixel Count
Aspect Ratio
Design
Colour
Body Material
Lens System
Maximum Aperture
Minimum Aperture
Maximum Focal Length
Minimum Focal Length
Focal Length Range
Lens Structure
Lens Mount Interface
Diaphragm Blades
Filter Size
Focusing
Auto Focus
Auto Focus Point
Focus Points Selection
Focus
Focus Mode
Light Exposure
Light Exposure Mode
ISO Speed
Maximum ISO Speed
Minimum ISO Speed
Light Metering Mode
Light Exposure Correction
Light Exposure Control
Shutter
Maximum Camera Shutter Speed
Minimum Camera Shutter Speed
Camera Shutter
Flash
Flash Mode
Flash Guide
Flash Sync-Speed
Flash Recharging Time
Flash Exposure Correction
Video
Maximum Video Resolution
JPEG Frame Rate
Video Format
Analog Signal Format
Video Resolution
HD Type
Audio
Audio Format
Memory
Memory Card
Memory Slot
Display
Screen Size
Display
Field of View
Display Resolution
Second Display
Display Aspect Ratio
Viewfinder
Viewfinder
Ports & Interfaces
HDMI Connector
USB Version
Camera
White Balance Mode
Shooting Mode
Photo Effect
Self-Timer
Maximum Playback Zoom
Camera File System
Playback Mode
Built-In Processor
Scene Mode
On Screen Display Language
Weight & Dimensions
Weight
Height
Depth
Width
Weight Including Battery
Battery
Power Source
Battery
Supported Battery
Battery Size
Maximum Battery Life
Shot Per Battery Charge
Operational Conditions
Operating Temperature Range
Relative Humidity Operating Range
Operating Temperature Range
System Requirements
Minimum Processor
Packaging Content
Bundled Software
Included Cable
Certificates
Energy Star Certified
Other Features
Operating System
Camera Shutter Speed Range
Flash

9 Awards

PhotographyBlog.com Recommended What Digital Camera Gold Ephotozine Recommended Trusted Reviews Recommended Camera Labs Recommended CNET.co.uk Editor's Choice tbreak.ae Recommended digifotopro.nl Silver parentesis.com Editor's Choice

Expert Reviews

(125)
8 January 2015

Updated as on January 2014. Don't forget to bookmark this page, as we will be updating it regularly.Mirrorless cameras are the new cool things in the world of photography. Recently, almost every... Read more…

Light weight
Brilliant colour reproduction
Quick to focus (with firmware update)
Responsive touch screen
Easy to use
Adaptor is expensive
No EVF
No Flash
Not too many lens options
No inbuilt GPS support
29 August 2014

Here's an attractive idea: An 18-megapixel camera from Canon with interchangeable lenses, with a body that still fits into a jacket pocket. Add its reasonable $339 price point into the mix, and... Read more…

4 July 2014

A recent trip to Glastonbury left us wondering just which camera would be best to take to a festival. We wanted something that would take quality snaps, have some flexibility in terms of zooming... Read more…

26 May 2014

Canon's first compact system camera is deliberately aimed at the ?cross over' user, but it's still packed solid with D-SLR features. Whatever Canon's reasons for waiting so long to launch its... Read more…

6 December 2013

As people contemplate between bulk, user experience, and imaging quality, price is a major factor that can swing people's vote. Mirrorless cameras these days cost you a bomb, and that is where the...

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User Reviews

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Reviewed 20 December 2013 by Mike B.
(Verified Purchase)

A few days after I placed the order, and not receiving a shipment notice, I sent an email asking when it would ship. I received a shipment notice very soon after, and a notice I had been charged.... Read more…

Reviewed 7 October 2013 by Eugene G.

I would wait a while... just overall user experience was unpleasant. It is great that I had a chance to try this camera out and test it for a couple of weeks, and did not end up owning it. Sony... Read more…

Reviewed 28 June 2013 by Gar C.
(Verified Purchase)

This little guy does better at ISO 1600 than my 7D. It will take great high quality photos when using the 22mm or the lens adapter and my 24-105mm (looks funny though). Shots with a tripod are as... Read more…

Reviewed 23 May 2013 by Dennis L.
(Verified Purchase)

I use canon DSLR's and this is an EOS! Got this kit at newegg for a great price. Neweeg was great and shipped fast with great customer service!

Reviewed 3 June 2014 by Purple Rain
Purple Rain would recommend the Canon EOS M

I own a Canon 60D for 4 years and really loved it. Now that I have a 20 month old boy, I needed something more compact without sacrificing image quality. After reading reviews upon reviews, having... Read more…

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Brochures and Manuals

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers lens90, m1855m, lens90e, m1855mm, efm1855, efm1855m, lens90ex, canon 180, efm1855mm, 6610b030aa, 6609b033aa, canon 180m, 6611b030aa, EOSMKIT2SR, canon 1100, 6609b041aa, canon eosm, 6611b058aa, 6612b031aa, 6610b031aa, 6609b065aa, camera1855, camera1855m, canon 180mp, canon 1100d
Barcodes 00000001563621, 00000001564076, 00000001564162, 00013803145748, 00013803152265, 00013803217452, 00138031522656, 00138032174526, 00616348081429, 00616348081436, 00616641715267, 00616641716714, 00616641725860, 00616932801471, 00714574590370, 02502101304158, 04054318377862, 04054318377886, 04960999906553, 04960999906720, 04960999906935, 04960999906973, 04960999907017, 04960999907093, 05053973707075, 05055189000711, 08714574590066, 08714574590363, 08714574590370, 08714574590387

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Canon EOS 100D - Rebel SL1 Canon EOS M
$ 499.00 $400.63
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Nikon D5200 vs Canon EOS M

Nikon D5200 vs Canon EOS M
Nikon D5200 Canon EOS M
$ 349.95 $400.63
$51 Cheaper
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6,400 Lower Maximum ISO Speed
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