Canon EOS M3 Review

The Canon EOS M3 Camera: Quality Fitted Into A Compact Design

Following the M2 and M, the mirrorless Canon EOS M3 camera is the first of its kind by Canon. It adds to the list of the first Canon cameras to make use of a 24.2-megapixel ASP-C sensor together with the T6s DSLR/ 750D/ T6i and 760D. The 3- inch LCD touch-screen, which is three in one, turns down at a 45-degree angle or faces the subject by turning 180 degrees up in the case of filming videos to the camera or taking selfies. The EOS M3 also has NFC connectivity and integrated Wi-Fi, DIGIC 6 processor, Full 1080p HD Movie mode, 49-point AF system and Hybrid CMOS AF III, ISO 100-12800, 14-bit RAW support, 4.2 fps burst shooting and a flash hot-shoe and built-in pop-up flash. The 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens is also available along with the camera itself at an additional price. There is also the option of getting the tilt-type electronic viewfinder.

 

The EOS M3 has a compact and light quality that enables convenient transportation and also it performs its functions fast as an added advantage. It has shown compatibility with several EOS accessories, EF lenses included. The 24.2-megapixel sensor (APS-C) which is featured in the camera has the ability to capture movie and image files that are large in size. The sensor gives images that are convenient for enlargements and has enough resolution necessary for important trimming. Whether you are composing full HD movies or poster-size prints or zooming in on particular details, you are guaranteed a good product with the EOS M3 sensor. Also, it captures high detail and low noise images regardless of the lighting in the environment with its expandable ISO range of 100-12800, or even up to 25600.

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The swift DIGIC 6 Image processor hastens up operations performed by the EOS M3 camera and enhances some of the advanced features the camera has. In conjunction with the sensor, the processor helps in the capture of highly-detailed images at various movie compressions, mp4 included, at reduced noise levels and facilitates the capture of high-quality movies at high ISOs. The processor also boosts the face detection accuracy of the AF system and intensifies the EOS M3s Dynamic Image stabilization system. The EOS M3 has various control options which make for fast operation manually. The camera has an external microphone jack and a built-in stereo which increases convenience and versatility for movie-making purposes. With the manual controls and touch-activated AF, you can easily and silently make setting adjustments with the touch operations and the dial and controller wheel. Adding to the fact that the EOS M3 has the ability to make Wi-Fi connections and can make file exchanges with other Canon cameras that are Wi-Fi Compatible and also upload files on to web services such as YouTube, Facebook, and CANON IMAGE GATEWAY. You can connect your tablet or smartphone to the EOS M3 camera if you have installed the Canon Camera Connect app for remote shooting and you can also print after connecting directly to printers that are IP-compatible. By touching the NFC icon on the camera to the device, you can connect the EOS M3 directly to Android devices that are NFC compliant using the built-in NFC (Near Field Communication) capability feature. Change camera settings and see the effects take place with the camera’s Creative Assist feature.

The pros include its exemplary user interface as well as design and top notch quality of the images.

Cons would have to be the lack of a built-in viewfinder, the poor kits lens and it is still falling behind in terms of continuous shooting and focusing speed compared to its competitors.

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