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Canon EOS M 18 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera (Body with Lens Kit) - 18 mm - 55 mm - Black
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Canon EOS M 18 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera (Body with Lens Kit) - 18 mm - 55 mm - Black

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Creativity in Motion.Inspired by EOS technology, Canon developed the new EOS M Digital Camera. Canon introduced the market to Full HD video capture with smooth, quiet continuous autofocus made possible by Movie Servo AF and STM lenses, advanced CMOS sensor technology, and the processing power of DIGIC 5. The EOS M Digital Camera leverages these key technologies to deliver high-quality moving and still images with creativity provided by Canon's extensive family of interchangeable lenses.

Package Contents:
; EOS M Mirrorless Camera; EF-M 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 IS STM Lens; Neck Strap EM-100DB; Battery Pack LP-E12; Battery Charger LC-E12; USB Interface Cable IFC-130U; Software Disk; Camera Instruction Manual and Software Instruction Manual CD

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Analog Video Out Yes
Aperture Range f/3.5 to 5.6
aspect ratio 16:9
Autofocus Points 31
Battery Built-in No
Battery Included Yes
Battery Life 230 Shot/1.50 Hour Video
Battery Model Supported LP-E12
Battery Size Supported Proprietary Battery Size
battery type Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
brand name Canon
Built-in Devices Speaker; Microphone
built-in flash No
Camera Assembly Body with Lens Kit
Camera Modes Shooting Modes:; Scene Intelligent Auto; Creative Auto; Landscape; Close-Up; Sports; Night Portrait; HDR Backlight Control Mode; Handheld Night Scene Mode
color Black
depth 1.3"
digital zoom No
display resolution 1040000 Pixel
Ecolabel WEEE; RoHS; REACH
Effective Camera Resolution 18 Megapixel
Exposure Control Program AE; Shutter Priority AE; Aperture Priority AE; Manual
External Flash Optional
Features Self-timer; Continuous Shooting Mode; Live View; External Flash Shoe; Orientation Sensor; Face Detection
Flash Modes Auto Flash; Flash OFF; Flash ON; Red-eye Reduction
focal length 18 mm to 55 mm (Lens 1)
Focal Length (35mm Equivalent) 29 mm to 88 mm (Lens 1)
Focus Modes Auto; Manual
HD Movie Mode Yes
height 2.6"
Image Formats JPEG; RAW
Image Sensor Size 0.88" x 0.59"
Image Stabilization Optical
ISO Sensitivity Auto; ISO 100; ISO 200; ISO 400; ISO 800; ISO 1600; ISO 3200; ISO 6400; ISO 12800; ISO 25600
Language Supported English; German; French; Dutch; Danish; Portuguese; Finnish; Italian; Norwegian; Swedish; Spanish; Greek; Russian; Polish; Czech; Hungarian; Romanian; Ukrainian; Turkish; Arabic; Thai; Chinese (Simplified and Traditional); Korean; Japanese
LCD size 3"
Lens Construction 13 Elements in 11 Groups
Lens Mount Type Canon EF-M
Longest Shutter Speed 30 Second
manufacturer Canon, Inc
Maximum Diopter Adjustment No
Maximum Frame Rate 60 fps
Maximum Image Resolution 5184 x 3456
Maximum Video Resolution 1920 x 1080
megapixels 18.5 Megapixel
Memory Card Supported Secure Digital (SD) Card; Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC); Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card; Eye-Fi Card
Minimum Diopter Adjustment No
minimum focus distance 9.84"
model name M
Number of Batteries Supported 1
optical zoom 3.1x
PictBridge Yes
Platform Supported PC; Mac
Product Line EOS
Product Name EOS M Mirrorless Camera
Product Type Mirrorless Camera
rechargeable Yes
sensor type CMOS
Shortest Shutter Speed 1/4000 Second
Touchscreen Yes
video formats MOV; MPEG-4
viewfinder type LCD
warranty length 1-year limited
weight 9.24 oz
White Balance Modes Auto; Daylight; Shade; Cloudy; Twilight and Sunset; Tungsten Light; White Fluorescent Light; Flash; Custom
width 4.3"

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Canon EOS M 18 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera (Body with Lens Kit) - 18 mm - 55 mm - Black 3.9 5 40 40
Handy This camera was bought as a backup and handy camera, which it is. I have a much larger system of lenses and camera for the primary shooting. That system is quite heavy. This camera came with the 18-55 mm lens and is able to fit into the front game pocket of my hunting vest. The vest offers some padding, but not like a camera case would. I am used to manual controls on my cameras to control all the aspects of the camera, so would like to see them on the lens as well. I know the camera can be adjusted by going into the menu and adjusting it that way. It appears to be simple, but I have not taken the time to fiddle around with it to see if it is quick at all. I am sure it won't be as quick as a manual control would be though. The camera is working well as a very portable snapshot and handy camera. I have been able to shoot Sundews in a bog and wide angle shots afar. I have a polarizer on the front of the lens, which is difficult to see the effect with the LCD view screen, but possible, particularly when the camera back has light on it. The camera size is tiny so fat fingers will have some time adjusting to using the camera. I'm getting better about that. July 14, 2014
Some features need updating. Overall not a bad camera, takes good pictures, but takes a while to get used to after an older EOS comers. It has three areas I would like to see Canon improve or correct in future firmware upgrades: 1) the touch focus and shoot feature is terrible. When I carry it, it bumps against my belly, turns itself on, and takes pictures. 2) Needs a standby mode, should be able to standby and save power and then recover quickly, not have to do a full shutdown every time. 3) Need to allow for movies longer than 30 minutes. Not sure why they limit ti to 30 minutes, but it does. June 3, 2014
EOS-M Trade-Offs Image quality is great and the auto focus has never been an issue. Super low light ability and very versatile. You do trade off the tilt screen and viewfinder for size, being able to view output on a monitor while using the camera would be a plus. I have used this camera in a lot of different shooting situations and have found it to be very capable. The only thing that I would add to the wish list is full compatibility with the EOS Utility software. I use this camera every day and there are times when remote shooting or other utilities would come in handy. The camera is built well and feels very solid. It is compact and easy to carry around but could use a little bit more compatibility with the EOS software that it ships with. April 27, 2014
awesome I've owned 6-7 Canon bodies and 5-6 EF L lenses. Love this little camera. Digic 5 processor and APS-C in a little tiny package. Great little lenses and with the adaptor can strap on my 16-35, 70-200IS2, EF 35-350, whatever. All it is is a great sensor and processor that you put on your monstor lenses, or a tiny little camera that basically takes the same pics as a 7D. Built like a tank. The only thing I don't like is you can't burn dates into the pics without going through the Canon software. March 17, 2014
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