With a 24MP sensor and Dual Pixel autofocus, Canon’s new EOS M5 is the mirrorless camera that a lot of Canon fans have been waiting for.
We had the chance to get our hands on a pre-production model earlier this summer and in this article, we’ll give you a quick tour of the M5’s key features and controls.
The DSLR-styled EOS M5 is the most advanced M-series camera yet, and borrows a lot from the EOS 80D, including a Digic 7 processor and equivalent (Canon claims) Dual Pixel AF performance. As such, among other things we’d expect it to be capable of very good image quality, and better Raw dynamic range than its predecessors.
Despite its small size, the M5 boasts a generous hand-grip, which makes it very comfortable to hold. It doesn’t have the heft of one of Canon’s DSLRs, but we wouldn’t expect it to. That said, the M5’s construction is top notch and at 427g (15.1oz), the body has a reassuring weight.
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