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Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)

Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)

Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
Canon EOS M50 Mirrorless Camera Kit w/ EF-M15-45mm Lens and 4K Video (White)
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Features

  • Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF and eye detection AF
  • 24 1 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor with is 100-25600 (H: 51200)
  • 4K UHD 24P and HD 120P for slow motion
  • Built-in OLED EVF with touch and drag AF
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam

Description

Whether you’re looking for super sharp images thanks to improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF, the brilliance of 4K and Full HD video, or the quality and flexibility of Canon’s EF-M lenses, the compact Canon EOS-M50 has everything you need to take your photo and video needs further.


Product Dimensions 2.3 x 4.6 x 3.5 inches


Item Weight 13.8 ounces


ASIN B079YCW48M


Item model number 2681C011


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 667 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #27,102 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #78 in Mirrorless Cameras


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 25, 2018


Manufacturer Canon


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Features

  • Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF and eye detection AF
  • 24 1 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor with is 100-25600 (H: 51200)
  • 4K UHD 24P and HD 120P for slow motion
  • Built-in OLED EVF with touch and drag AF
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam

Description

Whether you’re looking for super sharp images thanks to improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF, the brilliance of 4K and Full HD video, or the quality and flexibility of Canon’s EF-M lenses, the compact Canon EOS-M50 has everything you need to take your photo and video needs further.


Product Dimensions 2.3 x 4.6 x 3.5 inches


Item Weight 13.8 ounces


ASIN B079YCW48M


Item model number 2681C011


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 667 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #27,102 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #78 in Mirrorless Cameras


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 25, 2018


Manufacturer Canon


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF and eye detection AF
  • 24 1 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS sensor with is 100-25600 (H: 51200)
  • 4K UHD 24P and HD 120P for slow motion
  • Built-in OLED EVF with touch and drag AF
  • Use the EOS Utility Webcam Beta Software (Mac and Windows) to turn your compatible Canon camera into a high-quality webcam

Description

Whether you’re looking for super sharp images thanks to improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF, the brilliance of 4K and Full HD video, or the quality and flexibility of Canon’s EF-M lenses, the compact Canon EOS-M50 has everything you need to take your photo and video needs further.


Product Dimensions 2.3 x 4.6 x 3.5 inches


Item Weight 13.8 ounces


ASIN B079YCW48M


Item model number 2681C011


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 667 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #27,102 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #78 in Mirrorless Cameras


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 25, 2018


Manufacturer Canon


abunda_amazon_reviews I'm not a fan of buying something because it is new. I am a fan of buying things that solve problems. The problem I'm having is that I'm getting older and my heavy DSLR and long Canon "L" lenses were getting too heavy to cart around all day. So I made a list of Must have and Nice to have items. Must have: small, lightweight, interchangeable lenses (and a variety to choose from), fully articulated LCD, near zero shutter lag, raw processing, 8 shot buffer minimum, high ISO, viewfinder (with visible histogram), hot shoe. Nice to have: wireless remote, iOS app, GPS. This camera has all the items on both lists. (The GPS requires connection to a phone, and that drains the battery on both, so I probably won't use it much) Then there are some unexpected bonuses. One is that Canon introduced a new raw format called CR3. It is highly compressed and lossless, so it will save considerable disk space. This is getting important with >20Mpixels on modern sensors (24 here, IIRC). The camera came out March 26. Adobe updated its software April 3 to handle it. You'll get a lot of opinion on what make a camera a professional's camera. Non-photographers judge by bulk, and that's just stereotype. To me, a professional camera has better weather sealing, multiple memory cards and a large buffer (transfers image to the card). It would also have a bigger offset between the tripod screw and the battery cover. (So the battery could be changed easily without removing the tripod or plate. As for full frame, it doesn't matter. Imagine an 8x12 picture, perhaps from a magazine. Then put a mat on it where the sides are 1 inch thick. The part of the picture you see now is 6x10. That's what a 1.6 crop sensor does (in round numbers). The part of the image you see is completely unchanged. If the lens manufacturers just changed the numbers on the lens itself, no one would ever know. A lens marked 10mm becomes 16mm, but all else is the same. If you like the fisheye look, then you have to go full frame, but for pretty much anything else it doesn't matter. As for video, that's a matter of the buffer. Shooting at 30 frames a second means filling the buffer fast (just hold the shutter button down on the camera you have now and see how fast it fills). To make continuous images for video, any camera has to crop the image before even sending it to the buffer and then the card. So video means a tighter crop. Again, a pro might want a more video capable camera . The only glitch I ran into was with a third party lens from Tokina. The new software in the camera didn't talk to the software in the lens, and so it generated an error message about the connectors not being clean. After returning the first lens and getting a second with the same problem I called Tokina and they told me about the mismatch. They said that they're working on a firmware ujpgrade that will require me sending in the lens, but they had no due date on the fix. (I sent it back). If you're considering a lens from them or any 3rd party, I suggest giving them a call first. When they fix it I'll buy the lens again and update this review. EDITED TO ADD: 1. Thing I miss the most: Port for wired remote shutter release. Yes, the smartphone app does the job but it burns the battery. Also, no way to take time lapse, which uses an intervalometer (and that feature isn't in the app, even if battery wasn't a problem) 2. This Arca-Swiss compatible plate fits the camera and still leaves room to access the battery compartment. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00XK2790Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1;;Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect for my needs. Loving it!;;Stephen Kalman;;;Sony has made a loud-explosive bang on the camera industry with its mirrorless full frame cameras. While the Canon M50 doesn’t offer a full frame sensor, this small mirrorless camera PACKS a FULL PUNCH! Quite possibly the most underrated, and least spoken of camera on the market today! Unlike its traditional DSLR older brothers this new small Canon mirrorless covers 80% of its auto focus area (not just 19-65 cross points!), using the classic, and hands down best auto focus system in the camera market, with its “dual pixel auto focus”. When compared to my Canon t6i crop sensor digic 6 24.2mp this new digic 8 24.2mp is quite noticeably sharper, and colors are cleaner, brighter, and skin tones are just brilliantly smooth and pure! The flip out, fully articulating screen has the best touch screen in the camera industry, and offers functionality like; touch to auto focus, touch to snap a pic, move points of auto focus, and much more. The battery in this camera is small, but last very long! After one hour of shooting 4K still had a full charge! Micro HDMI out which is great if you want to par with a monitor or OBS self recording for live videos. Video format: IPB only. Video recording: 1080p up to 60fps and 4K 24fps. (While shooting in 4K there is a lost of dual pixel auto focus, and the camera switches to contrast auto focus. Also while shooting in 4K there is a 2.65 crop.) Picture. Does Raw and JPEG or RAW +JPEG up to a 6K equivalent image. Suggestions: buy this with the Canon EFM to EF adapter as there aren’t many EFM lens options. But there are plenty of EF budget lenses. My recommended favorite is Sigmas 18-35mm art, gives you a full frame picture look, with amazing depth of field! Negatives: in my opinion there aren’t any, if you consider the price for what you are getting. However, • 4K is cropped w/o the use of DPAF. • Single memory card slot. • Not to many lens options. • Grip is smaller than DSLR. • No headphone input.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Secretly one of the best cameras on the market!;;Manny

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Kalman - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2018
Perfect for my needs. Loving it!
I'm not a fan of buying something because it is new. I am a fan of buying things that solve problems. The problem I'm having is that I'm getting older and my heavy DSLR and long Canon "L" lenses were getting too heavy to cart around all day. So I made a list of Must have and Nice to have items. Must have: small, lightweight, interchangeable lenses (and a variety to choose from), fully articulated LCD, near zero shutter lag, raw processing, 8 shot buffer minimum, high ISO, viewfinder (with visible histogram), hot shoe. Nice to have: wireless remote, iOS app, GPS. This camera has all the items on both lists. (The GPS requires connection to a phone, and that drains the battery on both, so I probably won't use it much) Then there are some unexpected bonuses. One is that Canon introduced a new raw format called CR3. It is highly compressed and lossless, so it will save considerable disk space. This is getting important with >20Mpixels on modern sensors (24 here, IIRC). The camera came out March 26. Adobe updated its software April 3 to handle it. You'll get a lot of opinion on what make a camera a professional's camera. Non-photographers judge by bulk, and that's just stereotype. To me, a professional camera has better weather sealing, multiple memory cards and a large buffer (transfers image to the card). It would also have a bigger offset between the tripod screw and the battery cover. (So the battery could be changed easily without removing the tripod or plate. As for full frame, it doesn't matter. Imagine an 8x12 picture, perhaps from a magazine. Then put a mat on it where the sides are 1 inch thick. The part of the picture you see now is 6x10. That's what a 1.6 crop sensor does (in round numbers). The part of the image you see is completely unchanged. If the lens manufacturers just changed the numbers on the lens itself, no one would ever know. A lens marked 10mm becomes 16mm, but all else is the same. If you like the fisheye look, then you have to go full frame, but for pretty much anything else it doesn't matter. As for video, that's a matter of the buffer. Shooting at 30 frames a second means filling the buffer fast (just hold the shutter button down on the camera you have now and see how fast it fills). To make continuous images for video, any camera has to crop the image before even sending it to the buffer and then the card. So video means a tighter crop. Again, a pro might want a more video capable camera . The only glitch I ran into was with a third party lens from Tokina. The new software in the camera didn't talk to the software in the lens, and so it generated an error message about the connectors not being clean. After returning the first lens and getting a second with the same problem I called Tokina and they told me about the mismatch. They said that they're working on a firmware ujpgrade that will require me sending in the lens, but they had no due date on the fix. (I sent it back). If you're considering a lens from them or any 3rd party, I suggest giving them a call first. When they fix it I'll buy the lens again and update this review. EDITED TO ADD: 1. Thing I miss the most: Port for wired remote shutter release. Yes, the smartphone app does the job but it burns the battery. Also, no way to take time lapse, which uses an intervalometer (and that feature isn't in the app, even if battery wasn't a problem) 2. This Arca-Swiss compatible plate fits the camera and still leaves room to access the battery compartment. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00XK2790Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Manny - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018
Secretly one of the best cameras on the market!
Sony has made a loud-explosive bang on the camera industry with its mirrorless full frame cameras. While the Canon M50 doesn’t offer a full frame sensor, this small mirrorless camera PACKS a FULL PUNCH! Quite possibly the most underrated, and least spoken of camera on the market today! Unlike its traditional DSLR older brothers this new small Canon mirrorless covers 80% of its auto focus area (not just 19-65 cross points!), using the classic, and hands down best auto focus system in the camera market, with its “dual pixel auto focus”. When compared to my Canon t6i crop sensor digic 6 24.2mp this new digic 8 24.2mp is quite noticeably sharper, and colors are cleaner, brighter, and skin tones are just brilliantly smooth and pure! The flip out, fully articulating screen has the best touch screen in the camera industry, and offers functionality like; touch to auto focus, touch to snap a pic, move points of auto focus, and much more. The battery in this camera is small, but last very long! After one hour of shooting 4K still had a full charge! Micro HDMI out which is great if you want to par with a monitor or OBS self recording for live videos. Video format: IPB only. Video recording: 1080p up to 60fps and 4K 24fps. (While shooting in 4K there is a lost of dual pixel auto focus, and the camera switches to contrast auto focus. Also while shooting in 4K there is a 2.65 crop.) Picture. Does Raw and JPEG or RAW +JPEG up to a 6K equivalent image. Suggestions: buy this with the Canon EFM to EF adapter as there aren’t many EFM lens options. But there are plenty of EF budget lenses. My recommended favorite is Sigmas 18-35mm art, gives you a full frame picture look, with amazing depth of field! Negatives: in my opinion there aren’t any, if you consider the price for what you are getting. However, • 4K is cropped w/o the use of DPAF. • Single memory card slot. • Not to many lens options. • Grip is smaller than DSLR. • No headphone input.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stephen Kalman - Reviewed in the United States on April 3, 2018
Perfect for my needs. Loving it!
I'm not a fan of buying something because it is new. I am a fan of buying things that solve problems. The problem I'm having is that I'm getting older and my heavy DSLR and long Canon "L" lenses were getting too heavy to cart around all day. So I made a list of Must have and Nice to have items. Must have: small, lightweight, interchangeable lenses (and a variety to choose from), fully articulated LCD, near zero shutter lag, raw processing, 8 shot buffer minimum, high ISO, viewfinder (with visible histogram), hot shoe. Nice to have: wireless remote, iOS app, GPS. This camera has all the items on both lists. (The GPS requires connection to a phone, and that drains the battery on both, so I probably won't use it much) Then there are some unexpected bonuses. One is that Canon introduced a new raw format called CR3. It is highly compressed and lossless, so it will save considerable disk space. This is getting important with >20Mpixels on modern sensors (24 here, IIRC). The camera came out March 26. Adobe updated its software April 3 to handle it. You'll get a lot of opinion on what make a camera a professional's camera. Non-photographers judge by bulk, and that's just stereotype. To me, a professional camera has better weather sealing, multiple memory cards and a large buffer (transfers image to the card). It would also have a bigger offset between the tripod screw and the battery cover. (So the battery could be changed easily without removing the tripod or plate. As for full frame, it doesn't matter. Imagine an 8x12 picture, perhaps from a magazine. Then put a mat on it where the sides are 1 inch thick. The part of the picture you see now is 6x10. That's what a 1.6 crop sensor does (in round numbers). The part of the image you see is completely unchanged. If the lens manufacturers just changed the numbers on the lens itself, no one would ever know. A lens marked 10mm becomes 16mm, but all else is the same. If you like the fisheye look, then you have to go full frame, but for pretty much anything else it doesn't matter. As for video, that's a matter of the buffer. Shooting at 30 frames a second means filling the buffer fast (just hold the shutter button down on the camera you have now and see how fast it fills). To make continuous images for video, any camera has to crop the image before even sending it to the buffer and then the card. So video means a tighter crop. Again, a pro might want a more video capable camera . The only glitch I ran into was with a third party lens from Tokina. The new software in the camera didn't talk to the software in the lens, and so it generated an error message about the connectors not being clean. After returning the first lens and getting a second with the same problem I called Tokina and they told me about the mismatch. They said that they're working on a firmware ujpgrade that will require me sending in the lens, but they had no due date on the fix. (I sent it back). If you're considering a lens from them or any 3rd party, I suggest giving them a call first. When they fix it I'll buy the lens again and update this review. EDITED TO ADD: 1. Thing I miss the most: Port for wired remote shutter release. Yes, the smartphone app does the job but it burns the battery. Also, no way to take time lapse, which uses an intervalometer (and that feature isn't in the app, even if battery wasn't a problem) 2. This Arca-Swiss compatible plate fits the camera and still leaves room to access the battery compartment. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00XK2790Y/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Manny - Reviewed in the United States on August 13, 2018
Secretly one of the best cameras on the market!
Sony has made a loud-explosive bang on the camera industry with its mirrorless full frame cameras. While the Canon M50 doesn’t offer a full frame sensor, this small mirrorless camera PACKS a FULL PUNCH! Quite possibly the most underrated, and least spoken of camera on the market today! Unlike its traditional DSLR older brothers this new small Canon mirrorless covers 80% of its auto focus area (not just 19-65 cross points!), using the classic, and hands down best auto focus system in the camera market, with its “dual pixel auto focus”. When compared to my Canon t6i crop sensor digic 6 24.2mp this new digic 8 24.2mp is quite noticeably sharper, and colors are cleaner, brighter, and skin tones are just brilliantly smooth and pure! The flip out, fully articulating screen has the best touch screen in the camera industry, and offers functionality like; touch to auto focus, touch to snap a pic, move points of auto focus, and much more. The battery in this camera is small, but last very long! After one hour of shooting 4K still had a full charge! Micro HDMI out which is great if you want to par with a monitor or OBS self recording for live videos. Video format: IPB only. Video recording: 1080p up to 60fps and 4K 24fps. (While shooting in 4K there is a lost of dual pixel auto focus, and the camera switches to contrast auto focus. Also while shooting in 4K there is a 2.65 crop.) Picture. Does Raw and JPEG or RAW +JPEG up to a 6K equivalent image. Suggestions: buy this with the Canon EFM to EF adapter as there aren’t many EFM lens options. But there are plenty of EF budget lenses. My recommended favorite is Sigmas 18-35mm art, gives you a full frame picture look, with amazing depth of field! Negatives: in my opinion there aren’t any, if you consider the price for what you are getting. However, • 4K is cropped w/o the use of DPAF. • Single memory card slot. • Not to many lens options. • Grip is smaller than DSLR. • No headphone input.