Canon EOS M Mirrorless Camera Reviews

The following are the Canon EOS M mirrorless cameras that have been reviewed:

So What Would Thom Get? The EOS M5 was the clear leader in Canon’s APS-C mirrorless efforts until the M6 Mark II came along. The M5 was like a mini-Canon DSLR in almost every respect. The EOS M50 Mark II is a simpler version of that if you’re not deep into camera control while shooting (e.g. a more automatic shooter). The M6 Mark II has the best sensor of any EOS M camera, but it has an awkward accessory EVF that some might not like.

However, at this point the M-mount lineup is no longer being updated. The appearance of multiple RF-S products indicates that Canon will use that mount moving forward for APS-C cameras. So, buying into the M-mount today is a bit of a dead end: you're not likely to get any additional lens offerings or camera updates in the future. If you're okay with that, I'd say buy an M6 Mark II if you can still find one in stock.

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