Seventy-seven owners who reviewed it agreed that it was compact. Pc Mag mentioned on PC Mag “Compact body” in their review of this digital camera. Expert review site Goodgearguide.com.au wrote “There are new, more compact lenses available for it, too, including a 22mm pancake”. Expert review site Whatdigitalcamera.com mentioned “Blending the best bits of their compact and DSLR range, Canon has delivered one of the most easy to use, capable CSCs around today”.
Twelve people considered that the product was lightweight. Nothingwired.com wrote in their review of this digital camera two years ago “Lightweight and compact” . Camera Labs mentioned “Small lightweight simple body”. Five years ago Cnet.com.au said “Lightweight, portable and takes regular Canon EF lenses with an adapter” in their review of this digital camera.
Ten owners who reviewed the product reckoned that it was a good body shape. Nothingwired.com wrote two years ago “Compacte body, snel te bedienen heldere en scherpe lcdtouchscreen, beeldstabilisatie in 1855 EOS M kitobjectief, losse EOS M adapterring voor EF en EFS objectieven”. Macworld.co.uk wrote in their review of this digital camera five years ago “Smaller more portable body than many competing CSCs, compatible with a wide range of accessories from the world's biggest camera brand, combination of sensor”. Digitalartsonline.co.uk mentioned “Smalle, more portable body than many competing models”.
Nine customers who purchased it agreed that it was heavy and bulky. Four years ago expert website Techtree.com said in their review of this digital camera “However, these are bulky, exp”. Tim mentioned “That makes it front heavy and you keep pushing the menu button located the right bottom corner” although he gave the product a rating of 3 stars out of 5. George Stark wrote “The 5D (plus lens(es)) is way to big and heavy to carry around all the time, "just in case" I get some nice photos” and scored it 4 stars out of 5.
Three owners who bought it thought it was good structurally.