I'll go over a couple minor issues at the end. Good for: People on the go who want something compact, with good connectivity and an accessible interface. Transfers still use Wi-Fi, not Bluetooth, so you need to ensure the camera and phone are connected in order for the automatic transfer to work. At least we can see things are improving so, should the M series survive, this will be the stepping stone into the series' future. Get it setup correctly and it feels natural enough, but some default settings barriers and touchscreen foibles can make it an occasional nuisance. This is my second canon camera and first mirrorless as I have only recently got back into this wonderful hobby after about 20 years. M50 has a built-in Yes microphone and a Mono speaker.
The 6d was my main example because I simply could not use it primarily because of those poor af points and spread. I'm not really into Vlogging so a decent video quality 1080p is enough for me. There is nothing fancy about it; it is made out solid plastic, sports very understated and simple looks and very little physical controls meaning that Canon expects you to use the touchscreen for operating the camera and doing most of your tasks. I also added the adapter and all of my lens work fine, even my 3rd party ones. I took it away for several weeks while travelling through Europe and really enjoyed my time with it.
Even my xsi and t2i can. In reality, it's barely competitive against the original 6D from half a decade ago. The metal tripod socket is in the middle of the camera and lines up with the middle of the lens. This system integrates two separate photodiodes within each pixel to provide a broad and dense network of phase-detection gathering elements across a majority of the image sensor to reduce focus hunting for faster, more direct control of focus placement. The main change on the rear panel has been to replace the tilting monitor on the M5 with one that is fully articulated on the M50. To that end, the camera does a good job of helping you nail good exposures.
Like with 4K shooting, however, the 1080p video quality itself is decent, but not great; the image quality looks a bit soft. The wireless functionality is simple to set up. But that's because I like to have on-body controls right at hand, and the M5 delivers those. It still covers 80% x 80% of the sensor but now with 99 selectable points up from 49 on previous M cameras. The body, available in black or white, is compact but surprisingly comfortable to hold. Time-lapse movie works well and I like the results. Canon has also provided plenty of flexibility for customising the controls to suit your own needs.
This means that lenses, at least those with wide apertures, may not be able to completely scale down relative to this camera's size. Yet, like the and , the M50 doesn't overdo it, and potentially overwhelm novices. Canon has not published a shutter lag spec for this camera. At the time, they promised the brand's main strategic focus going forward would be connectivity and video. In Europeanen Japan at least. So Canon can only hold back for so long. Neithrer camera's battery life is particularly good, so make sure to budget for a couple of spares if you intend to shoot for more than a couple of hours before recharging.
So why not apply that same logic to the silent shutter? Fn and video record on the top-plate, and the four buttons of the d-pad — can each be reassigned to any of 20 other functions. So with this in mind, I often treat it and think of it like shooting slide film. A nice sharpness-aiding feature of mirrorless cameras is. Your in-the-field results will likely vary modestly and the speed of the memory card makes a difference. Although it's not as high-resolution as the one on the M5, it's perfectly good enough for a mid-range model. While the sales figures after a few months for this camera are skyhigh. I still have an M3, and while the improvements were quite positive, I still struggled with it in some aspects.
I stopped at that line too for a bit. If your computer storage is lacking hard drive space available, simply add. However, the M50's Bluetooth is only useful as a wireless remote release using, for example, Canon Connect, to simply initiating a still photo capture or starting and stopping movie recording. It can also record 4K movie clips and is a little smaller and lighter than the M5. Once connected, you can view and transfer images, geotag, wirelessly control the camera and more.
It feels a little flimsy, but shouldn't cause any real issues, as it has a metal backing that is spring loaded. Sony and FujiFilm make great looking and full featured mirrorless cameras. The M50 is capable of taking burst at 7. Then you have an ecosystem with 65 lenses and that's not counting any 3rd party offerings. Resolution is a key image quality factor to evaluate and the site's is well-suited for that. When working with still imagery, this focusing system works to acquire focus quickly and accurately, making it ideally suited to shooting and tracking moving subjects so that critical focus is attained with each shot.
Video Canon sees the M50 as a good option for vloggers. It's rather proficient, but not quite perfect. Also new to Canon, is eye-detection auto-focus, making this one of the most innovative Canon cameras currently available. Aside from the grip and lens release button, the front is free of adornments. As this camera is geared toward beginners and amateurs, that decision will likely have few ramifications.
The M-Fn button from the M5 is retained, although it has been moved to sit between the shutter button and the flash housing. From there, you can share and upload from your device directly to various social media sites. All in all, the camera's autofocus is a strong suit. I avoid 4K because the file sizes for 4K are huge. The camera appeared to drop the frame-rate to ensure the lens had time to refocus, rather then shoot on regardless, which is exactly what it should do. Bluetooth allows low-power transfer of images, without draining the battery as much as Wi-Fi. Oh, I was considering the M5, and I am glad I bought the M50.