Canon EOS M
Very nice touch screen.
Excellent photo quality.
Good high ISO performance.
1080p video recording.
Rich image quality that rivals Canon's own entry level DSLRs.
Excellent video quality and controls.
Sturdy body balances portability with quality.
Ability to use EF lenses with an adaptor.
Simplified features for a casual audience as well.
Seriously poor autofocus performance.
Battery life detract from the overall package.
Very slow to start.
No EVF option.
Limited native lens library.
Disappointingly slow autofocus in both photos and video.
Noisy autofocus motor.
Low light grain on extremely high ISO looks ugly.
AF and burst shooting could be faster.
Limited lens support at this time
Only 2 native EF-M lenses at launch.
No built-in stabilization.
By TechTree on December 06, 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 EOS M comes as a breath of fresh air. A highly...90
By Macworld UK on September 17, 2013
A solidly built starter option for anyone wanting a compact system camera. 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 and so far only...80
By Steves Digicams on August 02, 2013
By Josh Fate Canon has finally made the leap into ILC (interchangeable lens cameras) market with the long awaited EOS M. Along with the new camera comes a new line of EF-M lenses, designed specifically for this new mount. Canon did not hold back...-
By The Imaging Resource on August 02, 2013
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By InsideHW on August 02, 2013
After a long wait, considering that Canon announced their first CSC camera a long time ago, we've received Canon EOS M for testing. Considering that all of the big names in the world of camera production presented their own visions of CSC cameras,...-
By Good Gear Guide on July 23, 2013
Canon's first mirror-less interchangeable lens camera has an EOS pedigree and looks to be a fine product. It can accept EF and EF-S lenses via an adapter, but there are new, more compact lenses available for it, too, including a 22mm pancake. It...-
By cnet on June 03, 2013
While it provides one of the best touch-screen experiences in its class and the compact body is quite comfortable to shoot with, the Canon EOS M's disappointing performance and blah feature set make it less attractive than...60
By Photo Answers on April 08, 2013
Considering this is Canon's first CSC, the EOS M is an impressive camera in many ways, and not least in terms of image quality thanks to sharing its sensor and processor with the EOS 650D. The camera body is extremely compact, which is good if you...80
By PC Mag on March 25, 2013
The EOS M, Canon's first compact interchangeable lens camera, feels polished on the outside, but its poor performance makes it clear that you're looking at a first-generation...50
By Expert Reviews on March 01, 2013
A smart design and superb photos, but autofocus performance isn't up to scratch...60