max shots in a burst are 47 JPG without AF, no RAW in burst with AF, 370 shots life in eco mode
Viewfinder & Screen
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Full HD @ 24/25/30p, Full HD @ 50/60p, 4k @ 24/25/30p
Connectivity & Storage
Microphone, HDMI, USB2, External flash
SD, SD UHS-I
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It is a solid choice for photographers who want something more advanced than an entry-level camera, without going overboard. Its image quality, improved AF system and wireless connectivity are all impressive, and the new C-Raw format is a nice bonus. If 4K video is what you're after, the M50 is not the camera for you due to its high crop factor, rolling shutter and mediocre AF performance.
A very capable still shooter with good image quality out of the box and the potential for even more from raw or C-RAW [...] Its 4K video capture -- while arguably still worthy of inclusion for those who can live with its limitations -- is a bit of a miss for more than casual use. But as a still shooter first and foremost, and with only occasional video capture required, the Canon EOS M50 gives you a lot of room to grow, without breaking either the bank or your back.
The Digital Picture
Hallmarks of the feature-filled M50 include great image quality and an excellent Dual Pixel AF system (intelligent, quickly controllable and good speed) in a compact package with the high-grade EVF making this camera even more usable than the M100 counterpart, especially under bright lighting. Of course, the 4K video feature will not go overlooked and the entry-level price, considering the EVF inclusion, is itself quite attractive.