Noticed this hyperlink on one other discussion board – the curler coaster continues!
The Canon EOS R7 and R10 have NOT killed the EOS M cameras, however reasonably “sit alongside as a part of the EOS household”
…thanks for this hyperlink.
Observe the point out of the 200 and M5 collection however not the M6 collection…kind of is smart to me–the M6 MkII actually is kind of a ‘child’ R7 with 2-3 12 months outdated know-how inside. So my guess has been (and written right here) is not any extra M6 our bodies from Canon…however maybe the smaller Ms will transfer ahead.
Give it some thought for a minute–the refurbished M200 + 15-45 EF-M lens mixture (and a backpack thrown in for good measure)…is $350 at Canon…proper now. That is fairly the deal, particularly when in comparison with some ‘point-and-shoot’ Canons that have been ubiquitous not all that way back (pre cellphone).
It is unnecessary for Canon to desert the tiny APS-C physique market to its opponents.
I personal the EF-M 18-150 IS lens (in reality, bought one for a member of the family, too)…whereas a advantageous lens it’s considerably restricted by way of picture high quality. However once I use an M digicam, I am ready to make compromises…size-and-weight compromises.
Some measure of the quandary Canon faces is that the package lens for the R7 has the innards of the EF-M 18-150 with an R mount! That is unnecessary…the R7, I believe, deserves the very best glass the R mount can supply, proper!?
There are two EF-M lenses that actually actually shine, by way of these sorts of compromises: the 22mm and the 11-22mm IS lenses.
Each of those lenses work properly on the ‘giant’ M6 MkII…however in addition they excel on the smaller Ms.
I stay up for evaluating the RS 15-30 lens when it’s mounted on the smallest R physique.