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Great Product. All you need for your Vlogging!
Front-facing screen. Lightweight. 1080p + (cropped)4K. External Microphone. Great software. Great autofocus(canon.yes)
What else do you need to start a vlogging career? haha
Overall pretty happy with it. Unless you are a pro.
Purchased in September 2018.
Good camera for an amateur
When choosing a camera it's easy to fall into a trap of wanting every feature in the universe. But honestly, how many of us use more than a handful of functions? I hot this camera on the recommendation of two salesmen in different stores. Primary use - video blogging. It's perfect for that. And it's more than sufficient to play a pro photographer.
Couple of inconvenient features. One - no option of charging the battery while in camera; you have to take it out and put in a charger. Second - its RAW format: you need Photoshop Lightroom to open i...t up. But then again, so far jpeg was sufficient for my purposes. The microphone is pretty low quality, but this is common for most cameras. I got a budget mic from Amazon and it's just fine. Overall good camera. Good enough to satisfy amateurish attempts at art, but not overly complicated.
Purchased in February 2019.
Easy to use, Lightweight, Image quality, Compact, Durable
The M50 is a pared-down version of the more expensive EOS M5, although it does have a few features that aren’t included in the M5, including 4K video recording, a DIGIC 8 processor that supports faster burst shooting and a fully-articulating monitor.
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Fabulous camera - mirrorless is the way to go
I have owned this camera now for 3 weeks and all I can say is wow. Great pictures and fabulous video.
Out of the box you get the camera body, a removable kit lens (15mm - 45mm), a battery (LPE12), charger plus power cable, instruction manual, warranty card, and strap. I'll probably never use the strap.
This camera is tiny but not short on features. Compared to other DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) cameras it looks like a shrinky version. BUT this dies not deminish from the quality Canon are known for.
After researching other mirrorl...ess cameras on line I decided that this was the one for me and it has not let me down - I'm still learning about all the features and may follow this up with an additional review later here. Charging the battery takes about 90mins and battery life is not fabulous for this type of camera. To keep you shooting I'd suggest purchasing 2 additional batteries so you have a spare while one is on charge to keep you going.
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