Editors Liked

  • Familiar build with a weather-sealed construction, Easy-to-use controls, Impressive image quality, Powerful video capabilities, Great battery life
  • Good image qualit, Fully articulated touch-screen LC, Solid feature se, 4k video
  • Strong image quality in JPEG and RAW, Offers an impressive 32.5MP in APS-C image sensor, Provides 4K video at 30 fps, Autofocus performance excels in Live View mode, Ergonomics and button and dial placements are good, Right-hand grip is very comfortable t
  • Those looking to document friends and family. Anyone seeking an easy-to-use DSLR than can seamlessly handle stills and video capture. Those planning to mostly shoot in live view
  • Optical viewfinder, Size and ‘heft', Vari-angle touchscreen, Uncropped 4K
  • Huge 32.5MP APS-C sensor, 10fps continuous (11fps live view), New joystick control

Editors Didn't Like

  • Less attractive if you aren't invested in the Canon ecosystem, Continues to miss on the in-body image stabilisation, Product photos by Raj Rout, ShareTweetShare
  • Slow flash recycling in low ligh, Mediocre kit len, Single card slot
  • Autofocus performance lags in viewfinder mode, Autofocus struggles in low light photos, Built-in microphone picks up quite a bit of wind noise, Camera body does not have stabilization built into it, Shots at high ISO settings have quite a bit of noise, A
  • Sports action and wildlife photographers requiring reliable through-the-finder autofocus
  • No USB-C connection, No power bank charging, Fewer fps than EOS M6 Mark II