The Canon EOS M5 was, at the time of its announcement, the most interesting product in the EOS M series of APS-C cameras, not because of its features but mainly because it offered good ergonomics and a built-in EVF. We grew quite fond of it after testing it for a short period this year, but the series itself doesn’t offer anything interesting in comparison to the competition, not to mention that the lens selection is rather poor.
As of today, Canon has changed its tune. With the announcement of the new EOS RF 35mm format mirrorless system, the brand has decided to go in direct competition with the Sony A7 series and the recent Nikon Z series.
As you might expect, there are plenty of differences between the EOS M5 and the new EOS R. Here are the ten most important ones!
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