Canon EOS M6 Mirrorless Camera Review by ePhotozine
ePhotozine published the Canon EOS M6 Mirrorless Camera review saying this Canon EOS M6 delivers good image quality, with good colour, and good skin tones and the camera has an easy to use design, with a clear touch-screen.
From the conclusion:
if you’re looking for a compact camera to compliment a range of Canon lenses you already have, then the EOS M6 with adapter, would make a good option, particularly with some of the smaller EF-S lenses. You will get the same image quality as an APS-C DSLR from Canon, and the layout of controls, menus, and options should be familiar, making the camera easy to use.
The Canon EOS M6 is a compact, and easy to use mirrorless camera, with a slowly growing range of lenses available, although it would be nice if there were more lenses available. The camera delivers good image quality, with good colour, and good skin tones and the camera has an easy to use design, with a clear touch-screen. Shooting speed has been improved, with the camera shooting at 9fps, as well as offering good focus speeds.
Canon EOS M6 Pros:
- Good image quality
- Good colour reproduction
- Compact with good controls
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC
- 3inch tilting touch-screen
- Quick focus
Canon EOS M6 Cons:
- Short battery life (295 shots)
- Lens range could do with expanding
- Strong competition
- No auto panoramic mode
You can read the full review at ePhotozine.