Canon EOS M / 18-55mm & 22mm Kit Review
The Canon EOS M 22mm kit is specially designed device for a complete image capturing experience. The model is Canon’s first mirror-less digital camera, which features an 18.0 MP CMOS sensor.
To add to the quality of the image we have the DIGIC 5 Image Processor that promises ultra-fast focusing. The ISO sensitivity of the Canon EOS M 22mm Kit ranges from 100-12800; and, can be expanded to 25600 for shooting on a high zoom setting for capturing close-ups, or for shooting a magnified shot of a far off object. A 3.0 inch Clear View LCD Monitor that offers multi-touch operations comes with a 1040K-dot, smudge-resistant coated LCD. It also includes a Touch Auto-focus, which is enabled by intuitive scroll as well as a two-finger navigational controls much like what we get to experience in smartphones today. The new device also provides for full HD movie shooting (1080p).
The Canon EOS M 22mm Kit promises noiseless continuous tracking with its Movie Servo AF. The Canon EOS M 22mm features one of the first M-mount lenses manufactured by the company. It also encompasses a 7 blade circular aperture that enables the photographer to create and capture magnificent backgrounds. The new EF-M mounts 22mm f/2 STM lens is a compact one, which offers 35mm focal length of a 35mm lens. In case you need to experiment with the images you will need an optional EF lens adapter that aid in enhancing the creativity quotient.
Talking about the functional excellence of the device, the Canon EOS M 22mm can shoot near around 4.3 frames per second for approximately 15 shots, making use of an SD card that saved the still photographs in JPEG format. The camera is also equipped with scene intelligent Auto Mode that optimizes the auto controls in the camera. Adding to the creativity and picture quality is the Handheld Night Scene and High Dynamic Range functions that allow photographers to play with the lights. One incomparable technology that the camera features is its ability to automatically split files that are larger than 4GB. The Hybrid CMOS Auto-focus makes use of a Contrast AF and Phase Difference Auto-focus.
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