Canon EOS M2 Mark II 18.0 MP Digital Camera (Black) Body Only – International Version (No Warranty)

June 19, 2016 - Comment

The second generation in Canon’s mirrorless interchangeable line of cameras, the EOS M2 makes only a few tweaks to the original model. A new hybrid CMOS sensor allows for greatly improved auto focus. The addition of Wi-Fi allows for wireless picture sharing. And some minor changes to the buttons and body allow the advanced amateur

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The second generation in Canon’s mirrorless interchangeable line of cameras, the EOS M2 makes only a few tweaks to the original model. A new hybrid CMOS sensor allows for greatly improved auto focus. The addition of Wi-Fi allows for wireless picture sharing. And some minor changes to the buttons and body allow the advanced amateur better control of the camera.

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L. S. Reed says:

So despite its obvious flaws it was an good option for a second body — or for a … I’ve read a lot of reviews that say basically “Canon contented itself with just a few minor tweaks on the flawed M version.” I think that might understate the impact of the changes they made. The original M was attractive to me because it can use Canon’s lenses. So despite its obvious flaws it was an good option for a second body — or for a camera with a little less bulk. It’s missing a little bit in controls, but it took superb photos. 

R. Li says:

Where are my socks? WHERE ARE MY SOCKS?!?! I needed a second camera to shoot with and well this blew my socks off, there are search parties looking for my socks right now. Autofocus is weird, granted, but with an EF to EOS-M mount adapter my travel kit has reduced in size from a m4/3s with multiple lenses, for walk around with the full sized dSLR and lenses for the work stuff; to just the dSLR with lenses and the M2 plus an adapter. Though I will admit that I did buy a EOS-M kit lens because it was so dang cheap (ebay for 60 dollars…

Charles Dooley says:

I’m happy I can use my old manual focus lenses with … I bought the M2 because I have a D20 and EF lenses already. I was aware there were problems of slow focusing with the first mirrorless, the M so I waited and got an M2. I also bought it because of the ability to buy adapters so that I could use my Leica and Exakta lenses with the M2. This is not possible to do with a standard canon dslr because of the distance from the rear lens element to film or sensor mount was too large in the DSLR’s (like my D20). 

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