Canon EOS M100 User Reviews

Announced Aug 29, 2017 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor

I was using Canon EOS M for years (M1). At the time when this camera appears on the market, I was reading other users reviews, mostly from professionals and the general overview is that - it is an excellent camera companion for big and heavy DSLR. M1 was slow on focusing, very slow, and image quality was not great comparing to other cameras in its class - it was heaving some weird artifacts in the image. I was using an 18-55 and 22 mm lens. One night I was shooting night photography when the ...

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white shadow
 

I bought the Canon M100 more than a year ago and taken it for a two weeks trip to Osaka/Kyoto, Japan and another two weeks trip to Turkey.  It has perform extremely well and has surpassed my Lumix GX9 which now has become the spare camera. I am using it with the EF-M 11-22mm f/4.0-5.6, the 22mm f/2.0, the 15-45mm kit lens, the 32mm f/1.4 and with an adaptor, the EF 70-200mm f/4.0 L IS Mk2. Its the best bang for the bucks.  Great for street and travel photography. Later this month, I will be ...

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Background . A. We’ve reached a point now-a-days where all of the camera brands are producing models capable of superb imagery. It’s all a matter of what attracts you the most - that is, appearance, ergonomics, speed, options, and the type of shooting you do. To see folks squabbling about which camera brand is the best - well, that is often a waste of energy, IMO. Having said that, I strongly believe that this new Canon M100 is a camera that could provide a surprisingly strong attraction to ...

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nidrig

A bit of background, I have a Canon DSLR and its share of heavy lenses and was looking for a walk around camera without loosing too much quality. I also own a Sony a6500, which should have filled the bill, but luminous lenses aren’t part of Sony APS-C  lenses lineup, and third party lenses are big. I bought the Canon M100 without the kit lens but with the Canon EF-M 22 f2. It’s roughly a 35mm equivalent, which suits my needs. I was expecting a luckwarm experience, as the m100 is aimed at ...

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