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Canon EOS M50 15-45MM Single Lens Kit $663.20 Delivered @ Camera Store eBay


UPDATE: Back In-stock (2019-01-21)

Canon M50

The EOS M50 is a compact interchangeable lens camera for aspiring photographers looking for an easy way to boost the quality of their photos and videos. With clear, high-resolution 4K UHD 24p video, you can capture the incredible details and cinematic moments of your life at home or wherever your adventures take you. Snap vibrant, eye-catching photos with a 24.1 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS Sensor using the built-in Electronic Viewfinder or Vari-angle Touchscreen LCD. Thanks to the fast and improved Dual Pixel CMOS Auto focus system, you can quickly lock focus on your subject to make sure you don't miss the action. See how the EOS M50 can easily deliver the high-quality photos and videos you've always imagined.

Key Features

  • Improved Dual Pixel CMOS AF and Eye Detection AF
  • 24.1 Megapixel (APS-C) CMOS Sensor with ISO 100-25600 (H: 51200)
  • 4K UHD 24p and HD 120p for Slow Motion
  • Built-in OLED EVF with Touch and Drag AF
  • Vari-angle Touchscreen LCD
  • Built-in Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth Technology

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  • Damn, good price.

    Kinda kicking myself for getting the Olympus for same price body only a few weeks ago (EM-10 Mark III)

  • Got this from the Qantas deal and bought the 22mm f2 lens.

    Review here:

    Viltrox released a speed booster adapter for around $180 that let's you use a wider range of Canon lenses increasing the aperture

    There's a normal adapter without speed boost for $ as well as official Canon adapter

    • Would you consider moving from M5 to M50 as an upgrade?
      I am having the M5 but have had my eyes on the M50 for a while.

      • Theoretically (Canon would say), the M5 is the better model. In reality, the M50 has more practical features.

      • The M50 is a cut down M5 (less wheels/dials, features etc) with a basic 4K, full articulating screen (instead of tilt screen) and a later Digic processor. It allegedly has improved AF, but fairly marginal. It is considered the entry EVF model. So, not an upgrade - just a bit different and inferior in ergonomics and usability.

        • Thanks, I currently have the M5 and quite happy with it. Just the flip screen, digic 8 and more focus point are what makes me consider the M50. But seems like for a person who is more into photography then vblogging then I should stick with the M5.

      • As Andy said it's not an upgrade. The biggest new features would be digic 8, articulating screen and 4k video (although it's severely cropped). Canon said they purposely cropped the 4k video to save it for higher models.

        The speed booster got me excited thought!

        • I heard of that speed booster too. Did you have a go with it?

          • @johnnyle: I have the non speed boost viltrox adapter for $40. Works well with Canon 10-22 and 24-105 though it does add another 300g to the weight. No issues with auto focus.

            Still checking reviews of the speed boost version but will most probably get it sooner rather than later :)

          • @johnnyle: I got the speed booster recently and am using it with an M50. I haven't had much of a chance to mess around with it, but my initial impression is pretty positive. On the downside, I noticed that it continues to drain the battery when the camera is off (despite having the latest Viltrox firmware). On the up-side, I quickly tested about 10 EF mount lenses on it and they all seemed to work fine…. even ones that weren't on the list of compatible lenses. I also noticed that it still auto focuses very quickly when using the Viltrox.

            • @darrenbok: I plan to use mine with 24-105 f4
              Where you got yours from?

              Cheapest I saw was here $112 us$ shipped:

              May decide to get from Amazon cos it seems 30% of users have issues with it and had to return theirs.

              • @marantz: I got it from Ebay

                I tested the 24-105 f4 on the speed booster the other night and it seemed to report the correct aperture and focus fine. If you don't mind the extra weight of the 24-105, it would be an excellent lens to keep on the Viltrox because you'd have the equivalent to something like 26-115mm f2.8.

        • It is easier for the manufacturer to "crop" the video for 4K, it isn't a conspiracy they the saving the feature for higher models. We have all heard that being said, but that is uninformed Youtuber "thinking". It just has to do with manufacturing costs. I think one just has to stop and think about the sensor size for just a minute and then realise why the crop. That is, the sensor is appox 6000 x 4000… "4K" is only 3840 x 2160. To use the full size requires a more processing power, then more downsampling processing, and more components, and heat, etc.. Anyways, too long to get into details here, but there is an insight into the why, without youtuber/fake news anti-logic.

    • Do you have a link for the speedbooster? I don't know if I'm looking at the correct one

    • i'm just trying to get into photography, & plan to use my M50 with the 15-45mm next month on a trip to the States. do you think the 15-45mm will do me alright for most things, or should i get the speed booster, or adapter, & the 22mm f2?

      • If you are getting into photography, I would recommend using 15-45 for now. I like to travel light and just bring 1 lens. See what the limitations are so you can decide if you need more equipment.

        The kit lens is more than enough for daily use.

        Upgrade options would be 22mm f2 for low light situations, 11-22mm for ultra wide angles e.g. Architecture, indoors, or a telephoto for more zoom.

        Depends on your needs and interests. Get to know your equipment first so you have a better idea of you need more :)

  • I was considering getting the Viltrox adapter/speedbooster and just the Canon EF-S 10-18mm, but it states that it only supports EF lenses. I was going to go with this combo instead of getting the EOS-M 11-22mm and maybe get the Canon EF 50mm.

    • If there's not much price difference, get the efm lens. My main reason getting M50 was to get a smaller lighter setup compared to dslr.

      Only bought the adapter as I already had the ef lenses.

      Really impressed with the eosm 22mm f2 lens and has been my go to when travelling. Was considering ef 50mm but will stick with 22mm f2 and not worry about adapters. Less things to carry.

    • Pretty sure the EF-S lenses won't mount onto the Viltrox without slightly modifying the lens mount (so it doesn't bash into the element in the Viltrox). It's made for EF lenses, so EF-S lenses end up showing a fair bit of vignetting at wide angle (there's a video on YouTube of a guy who modified the mount on a EF-S 10-18mm. The extreme vignetting is gone by 12mm, but it still looked pretty obvious until about 14mm).

      As qyudee mentioned, the EOS-M 11-22mm would be your best bet. I've tried the 17-40mm F4 L and Samyang 14mm F2.8 (manual focus) with the Viltrox speed booster and they both worked without any messing around. Unless I'm shooting astro or something, I think I'd be using the EOS-M 11-22mm for wide angle most of the time cos the quality is great and it's tiny compared to the EF and EF-S wide angle lenses.

  • bought one :) been aching to get back into photography for a while, was looking for a compact camera for travel & this fits perfectly.

  • Officially sold out, stock over a week away which is after the pooltime sale :(