The Canon EOS M5 is Canon’s most serious mirrorless camera released last year. Cameralabs has completed the full review of EOS M5 mirrorless camera. Cameralabs said that EOS M5 is Canon’s high-end mirrorless offers superb Dual Pixel CMOS AF in a non-DSLR body, and shooting stills or video with either native EF-M or adapted EF lenses are both works great.
But in fairness, what the EOS M5 does, it does very well. The body feels good in your hands and looks good too, you get a large tilting screen and built-in OLED viewfinder, the touch-screen user interface is one of the best around, Bluetooth is well-deployed for a responsive cable-less release, while Dual Pixel CMOS AF remains one of the most confident technologies at face-tracking and pulling-focus for movies, even with adapted EF lenses.
Once again if you’re building a new mirrorless system from scratch, I still feel it’s outgunned by rival models, but if you own a bunch of EF lenses and want to stay within Canon’s system, it’s by far the best mirrorless option yet.
You can read full reviews at Cameralabs.