$1,475 - Canon M6 MKII with 15-45mm Lens kit and Electronic Viewfinder - 5 Year Warranty.
Bonus EF-M 22mm Lens until 30 April. Check page for details.
Not sure how long this will last.
Price in title dude. $1,475.
Edited - thanks! (new to this)
Price in title?
Thanks for posting!
It's an awesome camera! The 15-45 lens isn't much chop, but the 22mm prime is nice. For pro quality shots, I recommend pairing this with the Canon 32mm f1.4. That lens isn't cheap ($650ish) but it can produce amazing results
+1 for the Canon EF-M 32mm f/1.4 - it's an incredible little optic. And for anyone wanting to shoot landscapes the 11-22mm zoom is fabulous, too.
go for sigma 16mm f1.4 at similar price
you'll use it more and it stays on your camera
Depends on what you shoot. I'd say for most people a 50mm equivalent FOV prime is more useful than a 25mm equivalent one.
That’s going to be my next lens… Minister of Finance permitting…
Great! I need a camera for my upcoming Europe holiday!
I've been out of the camera game too long. I had the original EOS M. Great IQ but was a dog with AF. I'm sure things have changed dramatically with this model.
The newest models have pretty impressive AF. Canon are all about mirrorless now and have come a long way from the humble 'M' (of which I am still fond of!)
This or the Sony Alpha's (6500 or A7ii)
Depends whether you want crop or full-frame, VF or not, want to spend additional on lenses, 5y vs. 2y warranty etc.
Basically an everyday camera for travel, ideally with 4K and suitable for shooting inside an office, which is why I'm leaning towards the A6500.
What features or specs are you looking at to determine suitability for office shooting?
@dm01: Usually a larger sensor which helps in low-light shooting without having to bump up the ISO too high.
@timgus: A6500 has the same size sensor as the M6.
@dm01: I think I can get an A6500 with a 18-135mm lens for the same price. Although the 22mm prime is a nice addition.
@timgus: …and if you're concerned about shooting in low light, a variable aperture super-zoom is not the right lens to be using.
@dm01: Sorry the larger sensor was a reference to the a7ii. The 'super zoom' would be more for travel and sport, but I agree, something like a nifty-fifty might be more suitable for an office.
Appreciate the comments and info.
Anyone know if this upcoming canon press conference will have announcements of new cameras thus possibly bringing down the price of older stock? Anything in the mirrorless department I should be in the lookout for? Looking to buy a full frame mirrorless canon atm but don't want to spend above 2k.
Bought one of these today. Outstanding camera.