Canon EOS M

APS-C mirrorless system • Discontinued

A popular APS-C mirrorless system that included compact and lightweight cameras that were well suited for casual photography, and a meager array of lenses that nonetheless allowed amateur photographers to capture a wide range of subjects, from architecture and landscapes to wildlife. There were no dedicated lenses for portrait photography in this system, and while EOS APS-C users could directly mount full-frame EF lenses for this purpose, EOS M users had to use an adapter.

Completeness of lens lineup
    Enthusiast photography

    No dedicated lenses for portrait photography.

    Professional photography

    No dedicated lenses for professional wild nature photography, architectural photography with perspective correction, professional macrophotography.

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