Canon EOS M

Announced Jul 23, 2012 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I just got a new strap for my camera, but the nylon webbing is too wide to go through the strap mount on both the M3 and M.Canon customer support is closed today, and the manual doesn't mention anything about width. Are there any good ways to connect a wider strap to these cameras?~Thanks
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Hello : Thanks in advance for reading. I know this question is dumb but I dont realize how to set camera to manual focus. I read the manual but still dont get it. 1- SET THE LENS FOCUS TO MF Under the second tab select focus mode. Select MF ( I did that ) - Set the lens focus switch to MF. ( I guess dont need to do that. Lens in the F2, 22 mm ) 2- DISPLAY THE MAGNIFYING FRAME. Tap the [magnifying  ] icon. Where the hell is that icon ? I dont see it . How do I find it ? Thank you for your...
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Hello, I apologize if this been asked too many times. I tried to use the search function but still unable to get final answer. I would like to ask for advices for what mirrorless to get. You see, in my country the price is rather strange, and not all models are available, so I'm rather confused what to choose. I plan to use them for macro, landscape, some birds, and night shot. Here are my options (all price are converted to USD from my country currency):SONY ALPHA SLT A3000 KIT 18-55MM USD...
lnlee
By: lnlee (5 months ago)
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Hi there! I was thinking of buying a camera recently for things such as just general family trips, landscape pictures, recreational use, etc. But I've come conflicted with exactly what the best camera to get is. Lately my choices have been: 1) Canon Eos M 2) Canon Eos M2 3) Sony A6000 4) Samsung NX1000 After doing a bit of research, I know the Eos' have a problem with AF and battery, but that's about it. As you can see, I don't know much about cameras or what features are exactly important....
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Hello people, I'm planning to buy a M2, a friend of mine will bring it from Japan. I always had point and shot cams and decided to enter the "real photography world" by the mirrorless door. Size did count a lot to this. Selecting which can I will buy, stumbled accross this M2, which seems to always bring mixed feelings to it's owners. I really liked the size, lenses quality and the possibility to use other canon lens via adapter (which I have none, but its always cheaper than equivalent sony...
Manzur Fahim
By: Manzur Fahim (5 months ago)
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Hello everyone, Hope you are well. I was wondering if anyone have converted their EOS M for IR photography and how the camera performs? I want to get a camera and have it IR converted, and though Panasonic M4/3 cameras came up as the best option for conversion, mostly due to them being CDAF. Sony design is too sensitive for them to be able to remove the filter and put the camera back, so I was thinking EOS M could be a good choice, being a APS-C sensor and having higher resolution than...
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Hi, bought an EOS M a few months ago for filming a web series, love the camera. I've got the 18-55mm lens. Haven't found many forums on it, none regarding filming with it, but this seems to be the most populated one. I am missing the metering menu and I really want to be able to have more control over the exposure. The manual says metering is automatic when in any of the 'basic zones' which I understand to be non-auto modes. I am shooting manual so I believe I am not in a 'basic zone'. Does...
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But one that fits the EOS M when the 55-200mm lens is attached. I am in the Uk. The case I have will only fit the 18-55mm. any Suggestions? I Love this camera! Thanks.
Diehard98
By: Diehard98 (8 months ago)
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Hi,  I have question about EOS-M. I need to control focus, aperture and also transferring image to computer by USB connection with EOS-M. I noticed that Canon Utility does not support these features on EOS-M somehow... I thought about using Magic Lantern with scripting or tethering to accomplish these remote controls (taking pictures, focus control, aperture setting, etc) Is this possible? If it is possible, will that be fast and reliable?  Thank you.
Huston
By: Huston (8 months ago)
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Hi,      I want to buy a new camera. Currently, I've choose Nikon 1 V3 and Canon EOS M. Canon have full micro four-third sensor size but Nikon have only half size of it. Which one should I choose?
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