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Reviewed on 2017-05-05
Last updated: May 10, 2017The $500-900 category (based roughly on US MSRP) features quite a few strong offerings, some of which should satisfy first-time camera buyers with easy-to-use interfaces and point-and-shoot style functionality. Others are aimed m...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-16
Good RAW image quality, Improved autofocus performance, Great build quality, Compatible with Canon DSLR lenses (via adapter)Video is limited to 1080/30p, JPEG image quality isn't great, Stronger competing models exist
All eyes may be on the new EOS M5 now , but Canon has been making inroads in mirrorless for four years. Its early efforts don't have a great track record: The original EOS M received such a dismal response in North America that the follow-up M2 didn't eve...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-09
The $500-900 category (based roughly on US MSRP) features quite a few strong offerings, some of which should satisfy first-time camera buyers with easy-to-use interfaces and point-and-shoot style functionality. Others are aimed more at seasoned-enthusiast...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-08
1 Canon EOS M3 $999 (usual price $1,278); freebies include $200 cashback for online warranty, 16GB SD card and Mild Enthusiast Crumpler Bag Booth 8230Using a small and portable camera does not mean substandard photos - not when the camera is the Canon EOS...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Solid JPEG quality, with pleasing 'Canon color' Wellbuilt with 'just right' front and thumb grips, Two control dials plus exposure comp dial, Tilting 3" LCD with good touchscreen implementation, Optional electronic viewfinder, Numerous customizable butto...Sluggish autofocus speeds, Mediocre depth and subject tracking, Very poor battery life, Buffer fills up very quickly in burst mode, Burst rate slows to ~1.5 fps when using Continuous (Servo) AF, High ISO performance behind competition in terms of both noi...
Unbeknownst to many, Canon has been selling mirrorless cameras since 2012, in addition to SLRs and point-and-shoots. Marketing for the EOS M system is starting to pick up - at least in the U.S. - with two models to choose from: the entry-level EOS M10 and...
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Reviewed on 2016-05-09
The $500-800 category (based on US MSRP) features quite a few strong offerings, some of which should satisfy first-time camera buyers with easy-to-use interfaces and point-and-shoot style functionality. Others are aimed more at seasoned-enthusiasts, offer...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-03
Given that Canon is a market leader in point and shoots and DSLRs, you'd expect them to dominate the mirrorless middle ground. Despite testing the waters with the EOS M and EOS M2, Canon seems to be no closer to a mature mirrorless strategy.But Canon desi...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-15
Of course, aside from the under-the-hood improvements, one of the biggest changes is the redesigned body. Featuring a slightly thicker body, the M3 also includes a protruding, contoured handgrip that's much more akin to a DSLR than the slim, point-and-sho...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-14
Compact size, Good image stabilisation, Easy to use, Good touchscreen, Easy WiFi setup and connectSlow focussing, Below-par low light performance, Limited dynamic range, Lacklustre build, Weighs heavier than comparison
Canon's tryst with the mirrorless camera segment has already seen the Canon EOS M, and EOS M2. Neither managed to be the ideal compact mirrorless camera with DSLR-like imaging quality and fluidity. While the EOS M had a number of firmware bugs, the EOS M2...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-29
Excellent image quality in all shooting modes at lower ISO settings, Dedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to record, Camera is compact and easy to wield  Good performance, Hybrid AF system is very fast, Large 3.0inch high res LCD screen, Touch...No electronic viewfinder to shoot like a dLSR included (optional accessory)
The Canon EOS M3 is a big step forward from the original "M" series camera. The 24.2-Megapixel imaging sensor and DIGIC 6 processor produce excellent images at lower ISO settings. Add a great collection of features and shooting modes, and you have a nice...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-03
Canon EOS M3 (12.8 oz./364 g with battery and card, about $579) and EF-M 22mm f/2 STM. bigger. I got my EOS M3 at Adorama. I'd just as well have gotten it at Amazon, at Crutchfield or at B&H. It comes as a body-only or as kits with various lens options.Th...
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Reviewed on 2015-11-03
Solid image qualit, Compact and comfortable desig, Adjustable-angle touch-screen LC, Wi-Fi/NFCSluggish performanc, EVF (electronic viewfinder) is optiona, Limited (but growing) dedicated EF-M lens selection
Canon was a little slow out of the gate with its line of mirrorless cameras. However, with the release of the EOS M3 ($799 with kit lens), Canon seems to be moving more seriously into the mirrorless space. Built around the same 24-MP sensor as the Canon E...
Reviewed on 2015-10-30
Sturdy, compact body. Tilting rear touch display. In-body flash. Wi-Fi with NFC. Mounts Canon SLR lenses via adapter.EVF is an expensive add-on. Slow autofocus. Limited shooting buffer. Cramped controls
Canon's first mirrorless camera, the EOS M, debuted to little enthusiasm or praise. Lack of autofocus speed—one of Canon's big strengths in the SLR world—had a lot to do with that. The company stepped out of the U.S. mirrorless market for a while, but has...
Reviewed on 2015-09-13
With its focus on digital SLRs, Canon has been slower than its rivals in coming up with a solid mirrorless camera to fill a growing gap in the market. There's a reason – Canon has produced more than 110 million interchangeable EF Lenses used with its EOS...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-31
Aimed at enthusiasts, Canon's latest iteration of the mirrorless M-series contains the new 24.2-Mpix APS-CMOS sensor and Hybrid CMOS AF III 49-point AF system found on the EOS 760D (Rebel T6s) and 750D (T6i). There's also an articulated touchscreen LCD an...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-17
Part of the problem was that the EOS M behaved like an EOS 650D that was stuck permanently in live view mode – and the 650D's live view mode was slow and unwieldy. The Canon EOS 750D is actually pretty good in live view mode, so it bodes well for the EOS...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-29
Picture clarity and colours, Useful live view and great screen, Intuitive controls and fun to useHandgrip is shallow, Dials hard to move
It's not often one thinks of Canon when considering mirrorless cameras, but the company's EOS M3 is a worthy contender against the likes of Olympus, Panasonic, Samsung, and Sony, which are perhaps the ‘go to' brands for this category.The EOS M3 represents...
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Reviewed on 2015-06-04
The EOS M3 is the third compact system camera from Canon. The EOS M3 has an 24.2 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, DIGIC 6 processor, a touch-screen interface, Hybrid CMOS AF III and 49-point AF System, Full 1080p HD Movie mode, ISO 100-12800, a 3-inch 1,040,0...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-29
Much improved focus speeds, Good image quality , Excellent colour saturation, Built in WiFi and NFC, Good noise performance, Microphone socket, Good handgrip, Built in HDR, Dualaxis electronic levelLimited EOSM lenses with 4 native lenses an adapter for EF lenses is available, 4.2fps continous shooting isn't particularly quick compared to the competition, Short battery life, Panoramic mode not available, Small raw buffer
The Canon EOS M3 is Canon's latest mirrorless compact system camera, and features a new 24 megapixel APS-C sensor with Hybrid AF system. The camera features a tilting touch screen, plus built in Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. The Canon EOS M3 is availabl...
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