Attractive, if nondescript

The Canon EOS M certainly looks compact and efficient, but lacks the pizzazz that competing entry-level ILCs seems to have. And I'm not crazy about how it looks in any of the colors. Read full review
Updated:
Photo by: Canon USA / Caption by:
Editors' Rating
3.0 stars

MSRP: $900.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

Controls

With a predominantly touch-screen interface, there aren't a lot of direct-access controls on the camera. Read full review
Updated:
Photo by: Canon USA / Caption by:
Editors' Rating
3.0 stars

MSRP: $900.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

Very PowerShot

If it weren't for the hot shoe -- necessary since there's no built-in flash -- you'd be forgiven for mistaking this for a PowerShot from the top. This is likely intentional, to make the camera less threatening for people who want to step up from a point-and-shoot. Read full review
Updated:
Photo by: Canon USA / Caption by:
Editors' Rating
3.0 stars

MSRP: $900.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

Lenses

The camera will initially ship with two lenses, a 22mm f2 and an 18-55mm f2.5-5.6 with image stabilization. The camera uses a new mount, dubbed EF-M. Read full review
Updated:
Photo by: Canon USA / Caption by:
Editors' Rating
3.0 stars

MSRP: $900.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

Flash

As with lots of cameras in this class, the EOS M uses an optional flash. Read full review
Updated:
Photo by: Canon USA / Caption by:
Editors' Rating
3.0 stars

MSRP: $900.00

See manufacturer website for availability.

Hot Galleries

Tech for the holiday

Find recipes for July 4 with these foodie apps

The Fourth of July means fireworks, fun and food. If you're planning on a barbecue this weekend, we've got the apps to help you find holiday-inspired recipes.

Hot Products