Excerpt: I use this product in place of Point and shoot cameras, picture quality is excellent, battery life very good, and it is small enough to go anywhere. Very happy with it. I have not used it with lenses other than those it came with so unable to comment on integration with other Canon lenses
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I bought this camera, like many others, as to avoid having to carry my DSLR and lenses around with me. I took it for a test run this weekend on the Oregon Coast and it did everything I needed. The 22mm f/2 lens is extremely versatile, just wide enough for landscape photography and excellent for low light situations in restaurants etc. It was also extremely good for astrophotography, it was able to capture with great detail the Milky Way.
Pros: Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I bought this camera on a whim because the price was so low. I've been pleasantly surprised with the quality of the images. The M lenses are better than decent, especially the 22/2, but the ability to adapt EF glass is a big plus for me. I've also enjoyed shooting old Leica screw mount lenses using the Novoflex adapter. Combo works flawlessly and the sensor does a great job rendering the images from these old lenses. I hope Canon moves forward with the M system in N.
Pros: Easy to Use, Great Resolution, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I own a Canon 5D Mark II, Canon EOS 60D and just got the EOS M. I was not 100% sure to purchase the EOS M after talking to some friends and reading some reviews about the bad focus performance. I am so glad that I gave the EOM M a chance. It is a wonderful camera and the results are amazing. It took me a while to figure out how to disable to autofocus. Because there is no viewfinder, the lenses keep focusing all the time. Great value.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: Gave it 5 stars for the build quality, picture quality and overall performance. The fps could be better, and regretably there is no viewfinder. It does have an audio input and the AF servo works well for video. Plus, unlike the twice the price Sony NEX-6, you can install Magic Lantern.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Cons: Lag / Shutter Delay, No Viewfinder, Short Battery Life
Summary: Demonstration of picture quality! 1: https://www.dropbox.com/s/g5zh7gfgl0as6a8/IMG_0018.JPG
Pros: First off I must say that i'm just a normal consumer and I picked this up here for 300 bucks!
Cons: Now onto the cons - KEEP IN MIND I'm just a stupid consumer, I'm a computer guy and I'm interested in photography so I got this to start me out. These are the things that I noticed. I just got this camera today and have shot about 500 pics already.
Excerpt: I own a Canon 60D for 4 years and really loved it. Now that I have a 20 month old boy, I needed something more compact without sacrificing image quality. After reading reviews upon reviews, having to decide between the new ESO M and other digital mirrorless was not easy. I went with the M because I can still use my existing EF lens. As soon as I took a few pictures with it, I was immensely impressed. It was actually as good if not better then my 60D.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Summary: I ordered this for my son's graduation. It was urgent so I contact the seller and asked him to send as fast as he can. He replied me back, and said he will send it as fast as he can. It arrived in 2 days and when I got the camera, I was really surprised that it has arrived really fast. The camera is awesome and working well! The seller's service is great. Thank you so much and I would buy other things from you, too. It's awesome. Thank you.
Summary: I bought the body and the 22mm lens in separate. It's a really great backup camera for DSLR users and a compact CSC to carry around in your bag. I use for both purposes: put it on a MeiKe adapter ring and fit it with any EF lenses so that I can have 2 bodies for shooting events; and I can carry it in my backpack with the 22mm f2.0 STM on it (just a bit heavier than the RX100 that I bought and sold recently from my carrying experience).
Summary: These five stars should really be directed towards Magic Lantern as this camera NEEDS to have better manual focus controls (focus peaking etc.). The AF is a total waste, and ISO performance is terrible above 3200. However, this little guy is still great fun to use (with Magic Lantern). Stellar images in well lit environments, and absolutely no overheating problems while recording videos. I've done hours of videos back to back with zero heat issues. That's amazing!