Explore the capabilities for high-quality image captures with this Canon EOS digital camera kit. High-resolution 4K UHD records and delivers lifelike video for your vlog, while the 24.1MP CMOS sensor grabs even high-action stills with clarity. The 24-72mm lens in this Canon EOS digital camera kit lets you take wide-angle epic landscape shots or tightly focused portrats.
EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM zoom lens provides versatility
The built-in optical Image Stabilizer minimizes the effects of camera shake, so you can use slower shutter speeds for sharper images.
24.1-megapixel resolution delivers incredible detail and gorgeous enlargements
The APS-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 8 Image Processor combine to produce high-resolution, low-noise photos even at speeds up to 25,600 ISO.
ISO 100 - 25,600
Enjoy crisp, clean images over a broad spectrum of lighting conditions, even capturing great shots just before dawn and at dusk, when available light is often beautiful but scarce.
Never miss a shot with ultrafast 10 fps (frames per second)
Shoots up to 10 frames per second (with AF Lock) at full-resolution 24.1 megapixels, so you capture it all, from heartwarming smiles to game-winning goals.
Dual Pixel CMOS AF with phase-detection system
Offers fast, smooth and precise autofocus that stays locked onto your subject, even if it is in motion, for both photos and videos.
Capture spectacular movies in 4K
With 4K Ultra HD resolution you can get fine details like a puppy's snow-covered fur in the winter or a friend's face at his/her surprise birthday party.
Recording at 60p means you can capture even fast-moving moments like a budding athlete's first goal or the splash of the summer's first jump in the pool.
Built-in Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth connectivity
The EOS M50 camera is designed to make using Wi-Fi connectivity fast and easy. It can transfer files directly to a compatible smart device using the Camera Connect app.*
Simply connect to the Camera Connect app to transfer images to your smart device, then share and upload from the device directly to various social media sites and web services as well as print directly to compatible wireless Canon printers.
3" LCD touch monitor makes it easy to frame the shot
Features tilting construction and renders bright, crisp images, plus precise Live View and movie shooting lets you accurately preview the shot before taking it.
DIGIC 8 Image Processor delivers blazing speed and performance
This processor gives you ultra-fast focusing and superior noise reduction at high ISOs.
Preview the shot before taking it with the OLED electronic viewfinder
Bright, high-contrast viewfinder lets you see the results before you shoot, and features 2360K dots for amazing resolution.
Compatible with EF-M, EF and EF-S lenses
For expanded creativity. (Mount adapter EF-EOS M is required, sold separately.)
Built-in pop-up flash for proper illumination
Ensures properly illuminated photos, and features integrated hot shoe for addition of an external flash, sold separately.
HDMI type-D output makes HDTV hookup a snap
Easily connect your camera to an HDTV for immediate movie playback. (HDMI cable required, sold separately.)
Multiformat memory slot for storing or transferring data
The summary just about says it all. The only knock I could give it would be the low light performance. Higher ISOs can get a bit noisy. This said, the overall image clarity and quality all other times for the money are fantastic. For the money it’s definitely “bang for your buck”. I’ll put some sample images of photos taken with said camera!
I debated buying this camera for several months, one because they were sold out, and two because I wasn’t sure if I would like it. I went back about a week ago and was told they were in stock and have used it every day since. I’m not a professional, however it is easy to use, great quality, and I love the fast shooting for capturing moving targets. Definitely good if you’re seeking something under that $1,000 mark but want better quality than a $200 camera. Recommend for vloggers starting out.
I have had this camera for about 2 months now. I’m a new photographer and after many reviews I decided to settle for the Canon M50. Worth Every Penny. Would Def recommend if you are new at photography and GREAT for new YOUTUBERS!
As a photographer who was looking for something small and light for daily wear with the family I stopped and looked at this. Months of research led to this purchase. Fantastic little camera, and I love that I can stick it in a diaper bag to take on the go with my littles. HOWEVER, there is one thing that I don’t like. Proceed to a shoot that I thought I might let this one have it’s legs stretched. Put a flash on the hotshoe....AND IT GOT STUCK. Canon wanted $200 to remove the two. Thankfully I got an old lock picking kit and got them separated. Nowhere in months of research did I read about this problem. Just be aware about putting a flash on. Even if it’s canon brand. All around in love with this camera minus the crappy hotshoe.
I’ve had many cameras for the line of work I do & this has been one of my favorites. It’s lightweight, has great quality video and photo and many great features without lying the DSLR price. If you want to up your social media game this is perfect without breaking the bank!
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about sensor, zoom, reliability and screen. Editors are less positive about battery and focus and have mixed opinions about low-light. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 92/100 = Excellent quality.
Canon's entry-level mirrorless camera remains a good value option for beginners, if a little outdated in areas like video.Full Review
Tom's GuideRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Terry Sullivan on October 1, 2018
Canon EOS M50 Review: A Surefire Mirrorless Camera
The Canon EOS M50 does a very good job in many ways, but it doesn't quite knock Sony's A6300 from the top spot, due to low battery life and lackluster image stabilization in video mode. And Sony's system also offers more lenses at this point. ButFull Review
PCMagRating, 3.5 out of 53.5Jim Fisher on May 29, 2018
Canon EOS M50
The Canon EOS M50 is the company's first affordable camera with 4K, but there are better mirrorless options out there for video.Full Review
A:AnswerYes, absolutely! I use this camera primarily for video (I’m a YouTuber), and it is fantastic. I shoot fhd @ 24fps. One caution: if you plan to shoot in 4K, prepare to manual focus. 4K from this camera is good, but you loose that wonderful Canon dual autofocus, as it reverts back to a contrast-based autofocus, which I find to be somewhat unreliable (slow and wanders). In all other resolutions, AF is spot-on.
A:AnswerI got mine bundled with a 15 - 45mm lens which is great for a start. If you want to keep it very small, the Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM Lens is an excellent addition. The large aperture improves the camera's low light performance. Unlike the 15 - 45mm it does not have vibration reduction so be sure to watch your shutter speeds. There are lots of online reviews from photographers far more capable than me that can offer you more advice. Of course the Canon website can also clarify which lenses fit without an adapter. The designation is EF-M for their mirrorless camera lenses. If you add the adapter, it opens up a huge number of options from the entire Canon lens family.
A:AnswerI have used it for night time shots but I have found that I get better results using a tripod (which is true for almost any camera) but even handheld it works very well. The M50 has several special modes, filters & settings specifically for night shooting. I'd recommend testing a few of those features to see which ones work better for what you want to do. If you have a tripod set the camera to its lowest f-stop number in my case I believe it is f-2.5 (which opens the aperture to its widest setting, this setting varies depending on the lens you are using) and switching to manual focus mode & a long shutter release for sharp images of the sky at night. However, there is a scene mode specifically for taking handheld shots at night which works really well too.
Also keep in mind when using aperture priority a lower f-stop number shortens your field of focus but allows in more light while the largest f-stop number gives you the widest field of focus but allows in less light. Getting familiar with these settings will help you to get the best results for what you are trying to shoot be it a sharp portrait or a wide landscape, or in this case a night sky with lots of stars visible.