max shots in a burst are 47 JPG without AF, no RAW in burst with AF, 370 shots life in eco mode
Viewfinder & Screen
Tap to focus
Full HD @ 25/30p, Full HD @ 50/60p, 4k @ 25/30p
Connectivity & Storage
Microphone, HDMI, USB2, External flash
SD, SD UHS-I
DPReview7.9 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.
Imaging Resource 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.
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