Canon EOS M5 24.2MP Digital Camera Body w/ EF-M18-150mm Lens

Canon EOS M5 24.2MP Digital Camera Body w/ EF-M18-150mm Lens
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Make the move to mirrorless. The Canon EOS M5 mirrorless camera is compact, powerful, and fast. The 24.2 megapixel CMOS image sensor snaps beautiful pictures, even when you're continuously shooting up to seven frames per second! The dual-pixel autofocus system quickly and accurately locks on its target to ensure the clarity of whatever subject you're capturing. Even your video recording will come out stunning with 1080p resolution at up to 24 frames per second.

With the included EF-M 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens, you'll be able to shoot with a high-powered zoom--perfect for landscapes and close-ups. From Canon.

  • Includes EOS 5M mirrorless camera with EF-M 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM lens, battery charger, battery pack, neck strap, and USB cable
  • 24.2 megapixels
  • CMOS image sensor
  • EF-M lens mount
  • 3.2" diagonal ClearView II TFT touchscreen LCD tilt display
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 4.1 wireless technology
  • NFC support
  • Optical image stabilizer
  • DIGIC 7 image processor
  • Dual-pixel CMOS AF system
  • Scene Intelligent Auto
  • Creative Assist mode
  • Self portrait mode
  • Continuous shooting up to 7fps
  • Built-in flash
  • ISO sensitivity to 25,600
  • PictBridge-compatible
  • Full HD 1080p movie mode at 24fps
  • Micro USB port
  • Measures approximately 4-5/8"W x 3-1/2"H x 2-3/8"D; weighs 0.94 lb
  • UL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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Canon EOS M5 24.2MP Digital Camera Body w/ EF-M18-150mm Lens is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great This is my second Canon M5, it is a superb compact mirrorless with enough bells and whistles for anything you might wish to shoot at! The lenses are perfect and varied enough for anyone with any specific need.
Date published: 2019-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Affordable professional quality I have been a Canon devotee for some fifty years and this is the best. Two quibbles a) on/off button too flush with body, b) landscape shots have image curving on left and right, don’t know why.
Date published: 2019-05-02
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great start.. could be way better. I like the M5 but I want this to be a killer Mirrorless Camera and so whilst this is a 3rd Canon body for me I'd love to see some improvements in the next version. I did have a Fuji XT2 and whilst it was a great camera it meant I had to invest in a second set of lenses. Many of those lenses ended up being as large/heavy as some Canon alternatives. Which is why I sold my XT2 and lenses and purchased an M5 so I could use all my existing lenses. In the next version I'd love to see: 1) Weather sealed body 2) Smaller battery door as most tripod plates won’t fit and you have to remove to replace battery and the card. 3) If space permitted a second card slot.. but understand space is at a premium. 4) A DOF indicator. On the XT2 it had a great DOF indicator showing what should be in focus. This is great for landscape photographers. 5) Rotating guides on rear screen (the EVF rotates the guides but the external screen doesn’t ?) Surely that could be a firmware update. 6) Firmware updates. I know Canon doesn’t do this often but adding some functionality with firmware goes a long way with many users. 7) Better native lenses. The M mount lenses aren’t the best and it would be great to see some metal lenses, that still kept a compact size. I know due to physics lenses will still be fairly large when you get to F2 etc but if canon could make a set that was as compact as possible (size and weight - but still being solid weather sealed lenses) then of course that would be a great selling point. 8) Better bulb mode. On the XT2 they extended the options to a 2 minute bulb exposure. Whilst I like the fact I can use the IR remote control to remove shake etc, it would be great to have a customisable bulb mode.. i.e. where you can actually set what ever exposure needed, which would be great for long exposures. This again would be a great addition for landscape photographers, 9) USB-C in camera charging please.. just to keep us in the future. 10) Multiway folding display. Again XT2 and Olympus EM1 have multi way screens for landscape and portrait shooting. 11) Live bulb mode - Olympus have a great feature showing live exposure. Would be great if that was possible also. 12) Bigger strap connectors for the camera ! I can’t fit any of the peak design ones in the tiny holes that are on the M5 13) Ideally have the power switch on the right so it can be operated with one hand. I am sure many would ask for 4K video etc but I am guessing there are always heat problems to consider and of course people would also ask for image stabilisation built into the camera body but not been a major issue for me. Would love to see a premium Mirrorless from Canon which did all the above, that didn't end up being as big and heavy as a DSLR.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very disappointed... It has been raining every day since I got the camera. So I have not been able to go outside and take some pictures yet. The camera is awesome. I got the 5M with the 18-150mm lens. The lens seems to have a very good range. The photos of my cats are much sharper than what I was getting from my iPhone. It wpuld be nice if the kit had come with a dual charger and dual batteries. I will probably have to get a second battery soon. The 2 hour wait to recharge is a pain.
Date published: 2017-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from EOS M5 I am extremely happy with this purchase and would recommend this camera to anyone. I come from the film days and this camera I can use like what I was used to. The Quality of the photos are excellent and the camera can be set to record in JPG and Raw at the same time or any combination of choices. Please read the manual and search the web for other sources of information. The most important is to Shoot, Experiment, Shoot and learn to post process. After reading all the reviews I disagree with some of the comments. One reviewer said that the camera does not show the ISO in the view finder and this is not true as I can see all settings in mine on P,Tv,Av and manual. I reviewer did not like the position of the movie button and in this case I agree so I read the manual and you can change the function of the button to a number of other uses. I changed mine to be able to change the ISO settings. Another reviewer was having trouble finding the electronic manual use.canon.com. Drill down Home, Support, Cameras, EOS M5 and then click on the manual. My only complaint is the lack of Lens for this camera. For a beginner to advanced user the choices are good enough. For me I am using the 15-45mm zoom and the 18-150mm zoom and am quite happy with the results.
Date published: 2017-06-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great camera Recently purchased and very satisfied with it. I had the M3 and enjoyed that but the addition of the viewfinder and locking mode dial makes the M5 easy to use and helps insure good pictures. Only negative feature is the location of the red movie button. The red movie button is right where I hold the camera and keep hitting it when I do not want to take movies. You have to keep telling yourself to NOT hit the button but due to its location it still accidentally gets touched and filming movies. I hope the next generation of the M5 corrects that. Other than that totally satisfied and it is taking fabulous photos. I also use a Leica and am finding it out performs my Leica. The M5 is small and easy to carry and takes great photos !!!
Date published: 2017-03-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A camera with a serious problem The EOS M5 would be a great camera if not for a small number of serious problems. The most severe problems are: 1) The viewfinder does not show the shutter speed in AV mode. 2) The viewfinder does not show the f-stop in Tv mode. 3) The viewfinder does not show the ISO when ISO is set to Auto in Av, Tv or Manual mode. Any serious photographer needs to be aware of all of the shooting parameters regardless of mode. Every Canon DSLR I have owned displays the shutter speed, f-stop and ISO in the viewfinder regardless of mode. Why not the M5. The lack of critical information in the viewfinder is the reason for my low rating. This needs to be corrected in a firmware update. I like the ergonomics of the camera except that all of the buttons, with the exception of the lock button in the center of the Mode dial, are almost flush with the surface of the camera. This makes the buttons very difficult to find by touch when looking through the viewfinder. The absence of weather sealing in the M5 is inexcusable at its price when the 80D, which is less expensive is weather sealed. My final complaint, which is not limited to the M5, is that auto exposure bracketing (AEB) is limited to three exposures. I commonly need to shoot five exposure brackets for HDR in high contrast situations and I am sure others do too. Five shot brackets should be available in the enthusiast cameras, not just the 5D and 1D lines. I bought the M5 because I need a camera that is smaller and lighter than my 5DsR for some activities. Aside from the shortcomings listed above it is exactly what I wanted. The ergonomics and extensive set of external controls make it quick and easy to use. I wear glasses and I love the setting that reduces the size of the image in the viewfinder just enough so I can see the whole frame without having to move my eye around on the viewfinder. The M5 is almost a great camera for still photograhers.
Date published: 2017-01-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than Expected I bought this camera for my partner for Xmas, who wanted a smaller camera than her Rebel T2i. I have played around with it some and it is much better camera than I thought it would be. I recently purchased a 5DIV to replace my 6D, but I also have a FUJI XT1 as my travel, go anywhere camera. I would love to replace the Fuji with this camera and stop supporting two different brands. However, I hesitate to do so because of the EF-M lenses. While the 15-45MM appears to be quite good, I like to do street photography in the evenings. Other than the 22MM F2, there is no EF-M lens capable of low light photography as the glass is not fast enough. If Canon were to offer or announce that it was working on new EF-M lenses, such as a 15MM F2, a 33MM F2, and a 50MM F2, I would be all in. Like Fuji did with its X cameras, Canon needs to provide its customers with an EF-M lens road map. I know I could stick my EF 35MM F2.0 on the M5 with the adaptor, but size is an issue.
Date published: 2016-12-25
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