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Canon Eos M50 Mark Ii + Ef-M 15-45mm Is Stm Kit Black

canon eos m50 mark ii ef m 15 45mm is stm kit black

Canon EOS M50 Mark II + EF-M 15-45mm is STM Kit Black

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  • 24.1 megapixel (aps-c) cmos sensor with iso 100-25600 (h: 51200).
  • Digic 8 image processor with auto lighting optimizer.
  • Improved dual pixel cmos af and eye detection af (still/movie servo af support).
  • 4k uhd 24p and hd 120p for slow motion.
  • Vari-angle touchscreen lcd convenient for vlogging and various composition.
  • Lens type: Zoom
  • Video capture resolution: 2160p

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Brand : Canon
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Mirrorless Cameras
Rating : 4.7
ListPrice : US $699
Review Count : 1424

Canon EOS M50 Mark II + EF-M 15-45mm is STM Kit Black

  • This was my first cannon camera I\'ve purchased and it\'s real easy to use it even walks you through some steps to help get the most out of it. It takes really good photos and videos and would be a good camera for beginners or professional.
  • Just starting to graduate from my Galaxy phone camera and very happy so far with this Camera. I’m a total beginner and this camera has been very easy to learn and navigate. There are tons of great videos on YouTube specific to the m50 Mark ii…a wonderful resource when learning the basics.I’m a huge fan of close-up/macro photos and the ones attached are from my first venture to a local Botanical Garden. Even with the Kit Lens I was able to get some pretty beautiful shots.Overall I’m very happy with this purchase and will now be researching additional lenses to add to my bag for true Macro and Telephoto capabilities.
  • I read through the reviews a bit, and the amount of people leaving 1 star reviews because the camera is above their skill level is amusing, and suggesting this camera is bad. It\'s user error, 100%, this camera works excellent in OBS with clean HDMI.There\'s a really simple solution, read the manual.1) yes, dummy batteries work, the rubber latch is also the door. Just lift it up instead of sliding it and the plug lines up, it\'s literally got a full image diagram on how to do this.2) no, it doesn\'t charge by USB, it\'s a professional camera, not a webcam. Buy a few batteries if you need to use it away from a power source with the dummy battery. That\'s why they sell multiple battery slot chargers, that\'s what professional photographers do with professional cameras.3) the software autosyncs to your computer and phone... If you read the manual, it tells you how step by step. In fact, you can choose between Bluetooth, wifi, or both.Buy an SD card with a minimum 170mbps, Sandisk makes a bunch of them. I got the 170mbps 256gb, works great, and I can record over 4 hours of 4k footage to it.I\'ve literally never bought a professional camera before, so I did what any noob should, I read the manual and did research for about 2 weeks before choosing one and voila, now I know terminology, functions, settings, and can use the camera for streaming, photography, videos, OBS via HD60, etc...If it\'s a bad review because of functions, it\'s very likely they didn\'t read the manual. Took me 3 hours to go through everything, and now I can operate the camera in a ton of different lighting conditions, environments, video use, streaming, whatever.There\'s a term in tech, PEBKAM. It translates to \'Problem exists between keyboard and mouse\'. Ultimately, it means the user is the problem, not the tech. I saw a bunch of 1 star reviews with a significant amount of upvotes, so these bad reviews are a problem. It\'s not the camera, the people who left the review didn\'t read how to use the camera. It\'s a shame, there\'s a lot of people that will overlook this beast of a camera just because someone that didn\'t read left a review. You read this, so kudos to you, you\'re better off than over 300 people that actually believed and found the 1 star reviews helpful.This is an excellent camera for OBS if you use a capture card; I\'m using the HD60 flawlessly, clean hdmi and all. While you can use USB, don\'t. It\'s just a feature they added for convenience, it\'s not going to be great quality on a USB connection.Get a capture card if you want to use this as a webcam. It\'s a professional camera that has the added convenience of allowing a USB connection, not the other way around.I highly recommend this camera; for the price point, you get a ton of features most other cameras don\'t have. If you are a camera noob like me, just read the manual, and use a search engine to look up terminology you don\'t understand. Within a few hours, you\'ll be able to use the camera to it\'s fullest extent; there\'s a learning curve, but also worth the time invested in studying. I\'m getting excellent results, setting the correct ISO, using the proper lighting, etc.If you are going for a blurry background with a focus on yourself, you might need a different lens. Don\'t get me wrong; this lens can do it a bit, probably enough for most people, but not okay if your subject is not very far away from the background to blur. If you don\'t know how to do this, search about aperture. Buy the camera with the default lens kit first, you\'ll likely buy the wrong thing if you don\'t understand the camera, lighting requirements, distance from camera/background. Read the manual, and look up all the terminology you don\'t understand first. Distance from background and lighting type makes a massive difference in which lens will be the correct to buy if you want an extremely blurry background with clear subject focus.Is this camera for an amateur? No, not really. They did a great job explaining everything in their manual, and I got some additional help from YouTube, but here we are 24 hours after I opened the box, and now I\'m pretty good at navigating it. I know what to look for in the settings for various lighting and distance scenarios because I read the manual.
  • Small size makes it perfect for traveling. I\'ve had this for almost 2 years now. Just buy a better lens then you\'ll be good to go.
  • Feliz de el producto que he recibo en las mejores condiciones.
  • I have toyed with the idea of a buying a camera for a long time, but I had a hard time justifying the purchase given how expensive they tend to be. I also worried a lot about the fact that I have absolutely zero background in photography other than the occasional photo taken with my iPhone.The Canon EOS M50 Mark II was a camera that came recommended by many people online as a camera that is great for both photos and videos. I plan on using this to take pictures for social media as well as (maybe) a means for recording videos as well.So far, I have been extremely happy with both the quality of the photos and the user-friendliness of the device. I\'ve mostly been using the automatic setting, but I have played around a bit with the other modes as well, particularly for night photography. The process of taking photos and transferring them to your devices (be it mobile or computer) was simple, allowing me to do any editing as needed. There are also many features (including filters) available via the camera itself if you\'re unfamiliar with third-party editing software. The camera and lens are lightweight and a good size for portability. I had no problem carrying it with me when traveling.
  • Esta cámara es excelente para principiantes, toma buenas fotos con el lente que incluye de 45mm. Hay que tomar en cuenta que si se desea colocar otros lentes es necesario comprar el adaptador (cuesta alrededor de $130), es ligera, compacta, graba buenos videos.En la caja kit viene: el cuerpo de la cámara, la correa y el lente de 15-45mm con el cargador de la bateria y la bateria.

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