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Canon EOS M

Everything we love about Canon EOS cameras is jam-packed into the Canon EOS M. With its introduction into the Filipino market, the Canon EOS M has proven to be one of the favourites among DSLR users in Philippines. This amazing hybrid of a camera from Canon is now here for you to enjoy. Find out more about Canon EOS M in Philippines below.

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Fall in love with the Canon EOS M in Philippines

If there is one camera in Canon’s huge line-up that you are bound to fall in love with, it’s the Canon EOS M. From its looks to all of Canon’s goodies, this little device will make your heart skip a beat. Firstly, its size – how has Canon packed all that technology into such a small device? The trick is to place all those manual functions of the standard DSLR into a 3-inch touchscreen.

Small size, big features

Weighing in at a miniscule 300g, the Canon EOS M is the ultimate toy for everyone to bring along. It is so lightweight that even your smartphone may weigh more. But don’t be fooled by its size though. The Canon EOS M packs a punch when it comes to lens compatibility. Even the kit lens does wonders with any lighting condition. Shoot up to 6400 ISO with almost no noise in the colour thanks to the revolutionary 18MP CMOS sensor.

Mirrorless camera technology

The Canon EOS M is ultimately a mirrorless DSLR with the EF-M mount 22mm f/2 STM lens. It also comes with aids such as phase detection autofocus and hybrid contrast features – steady technology for such a small device. AF speed in video is not very quick, but Canon’s video technology quality is fantastic for overall performance. For longer video, choose an external microphone to enhance voice quality.

Canon EOS M – Amazingly smart

The tech geniuses at Canon have put heart and soul into the Canon EOS M to make it one heck of a smart camera. with features such as Scene Intelligent Auto, that selects the right settings even in automatic mode for optimum shooting, you can be sure your photos will come out amazing. For night shots, the Handheld Night Scene mode puts you in a good place so you can snap away without worry of blurry photos and underexposed pictures. Low-light photography becomes a breeze and you are left wondering how in the world Canon did it.

Overall, the Canon EOS M is one extraordinary DSLR packed into a camera that fits in your pocket. Don’t worry about price though. The Canon EOS M in Philippines is one of the cheapest high-spec DSLR cameras you can get today. Get shopping for the Canon EOS M now and save bigtime

Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2016-03-24
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Reviewed on 2015-01-08
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 brand has been focussing on the mirrorless cameras and comin...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-29
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 the Canon EOS M becomes a very interesting option for anyone ...
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Reviewed on 2014-08-18
As the threat of camera phones destroying the SLR market increases, do the SLR manufacturers have a trick up their sleeves?The Canon EOS M is one of two steps most people will take into the Canon SLR range when transitioning from a phone camera. The other...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-04
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 and lenses and not be so big that it gets annoying carrying ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-26
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 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera system, there's littl...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-06
Light weight, Brilliant colour reproduction, Quick to focus (with firmware update), Responsive touch screen, Easy to use, Loads of imaging options, Inbody peripheral correction, Stereo speaker and external mic output, Wellbuilt 1855mm STM lens, EF lens ad...good Adaptor is expensive, No EVF, No Flash, Not too many lens options, No inbuilt GPS supportbad
Canon EOS M With 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 STM kit lens Street Price: Rs 32,500div.green { width:px; padding:10px; border:1px solid green; margin:0px; background-color:#D6FF97 }Everyone and their uncle these days seems to want a DSLR. However, these are bulky, exp...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-02
Canon's sole MILC camera is the EOS M, which shares the same sensor and processor as its DSLR cousin, the 650D, though it's much smaller. Canon has sought to retain some of the familiar interface designs seen in its DSLR range, with a similar menu design ...
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Reviewed on 2013-09-17
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 zoomgood No built in flash or Wi-Fi, narrow ‘grip’ to front, lacks eye-level viewfinder, LCD screen is non tiltingbad
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 compact ...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-19
18MP APSC sensor, DIGIC 5 processor, Small size, Highbuild quality, Excellent touchscreengood AF system a bit slow, No optional EVF, No builtin flash, High pricebad
Canon hasn't exactly been quick out of the blocks in the race to launch compact system cameras and its first, the EOS M, comes four years after Panasonic kicked-off the whole shebang back in September 2008 with the launch of the Lumix G1.Unlike some compa...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-02
Quick TakeProsAuto shooting mode is accurate and easy in all situationsCamera is ready to capture still images in video recording modeOverall image quality is outstandingVideo quality is excellentContinuous AF keeps your videos in focus3.0-inch Touch L...
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Reviewed on 2013-08-02
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Reviewed on 2013-08-02
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, Canon h...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-23
Accepts EF and EFS lenses via adapter, Small body, APCC sensorgood Won't know until we review itbad
Canon has today made public the details of its first interchangeable lens camera: the EOS M. The EOS M is a camera that was developed at the same time as the company's EOS 650D digital SLR and it shares many of the same features as that camera: an 18-mega...
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Reviewed on 2013-07-05
Perhaps they considered this category as a no-go, but seeing the success of all these various brands they've finally come out with the EOS M. Are they too late, though? Will it really manage to impress? To find out, we tested out the li'l guy.Chaitanya Ta...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-15
It is good that Canon is doing something to improve EOS M's slow AF performancegood Under dim fluorescent lighting, the white M took about 2sec to get a sharp focus on a white subject. At times, it failed to lock onto a focusbad
Available since last October, the EOS M is the first mirrorless system camera from Canon. While we love its great image quality, as well as its compact and solid build, its slow autofocusing (AF) was a letdown.Last week, Canon announced a firmware upgrade...
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Reviewed on 2013-06-03
With a very nice touch screen, well-designed body, and excellent photo quality, the Canon EOS M has some attractive qualities.good Seriously poor autofocus performance and battery life detract from the overall package.bad
I liked the Canon EOS M more than I expected -- but less than I should have. It's got a compact, well-built and well-designed metal body, a responsive touch screen with a streamlined interface, and delivers the photo quality you expect from this class ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-31
Lightweight and compact, Responsive touchscreen, Compatible with EF and EFlenses (with mount), Excellent image qualitygood No viewfinder, Screen can be too sensitive, Short battery life when used to shoot   stills and videos, Expensive, Bottomline:, Canon steps into the ring of the mirrorless ILC market with the EOSM—a compact snapper with the same processing chip and AF sy...bad
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Reviewed on 2013-05-13
Canon has thus far resisted the lure of the halfway house, waiting four years longer than rivals such as Panasonic to deliver a mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses. Has the time been spent wisely, waiting for others to bash the kinks out of the ...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-02
I have here something of an oddity. It takes many design cues from a full sized DSLR, and yet is about the size of a compact. It weighs about as much as one of the popular mirrorless cameras, however, it definitely isn't one. After having some trouble par...
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Compatible memory cards


Memory slots





Display diagonal

7.62 cm (3")

Display resolution (numeric)

1040000 pixels

Ports & interfaces


Weight & dimensions


10.9 cm


3.23 cm


6.66 cm

Weight (including battery)

298 g

Light exposure

ISO sensitivity

100, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800

Light exposure modes

Auto, Manual

Light exposure control

Program AE

Light exposure correction

± 3EV (1/3EV step)

ISO sensitivity (min)


ISO sensitivity (max)


Picture quality


18 MP

Camera type


Sensor type


Maximum image resolution

5184 x 3456 pixels

Still image resolution(s)

480 x 480,640 x 480,720 x 400,720 x 480,1280 x 1280,1696 x 1280,1728 x 1728,1920 x 1080,1920 x 1280,2304 x 1728,2592 x 1456,2592 x 1728,3072 x 2304,3456 x 1944,3456 x 2304,3456 x 3456,4608 x 3456,5184 x 2912,5184 x 3456

Image stabilizer
Supported aspect ratios



Video recording
Maximum video resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

HD type

Full HD

Video resolutions

640 x 480,1280 x 720 pixels

Motion JPEG frame rate

30 fps

Analog signal format system


Video formats supported

H.264, MOV




Auto focusing (AF) modes

Face detection, Tracking Auto Focus


White balance

Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Shade

Scene modes

Close-up (macro), Landscape, Night portrait, Portrait, Sports

Shooting modes

Aperture priority, Manual, Movie, Program, Shutter priority

Photo effects



2,10 s

Tripod mountable
Camera file system

DPOF 1.1, Exif 2.3, RAW


Power source type


Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Battery type


Number of batteries supported



Fastest camera shutter speed

1/4000 s

Slowest camera shutter speed

30 s

Camera shutter type

Electronic, Mechanical


Colour of product