(FLASH LIGHT) Canon m50 image Quality Test & Setting on Modeling Photoshoot, Pre Wedding Photoshoot in Day & Night

 The M50 is incredibly light and compact, though its compact design doesn't seem like it could take a lot of bumps. It is still a bit heavier than the Fujifilm X-A5 but in line with the new Olympus Pen E-PL9. The grip is small but comfortable and while you would not enjoy as many dials and external controls as you would in a high-end model, the M50 offers a single scroll wheel at the top. Many of the buttons have been pushed back or close to the body, making the M50 clever to use gloves. One of the design features that we really like is the AF touchpad, which allows you to use the display to select AF points while writing with EVF.



The tripod socket is stuck right next to the battery / SD card door so if you have a quick discharge plate installed inside, you won't be able to access that door.

Tested Features & marks

  • iso range:  10\10
  • color tone:  9\10
  • white balance:  9\10
  • background blur:  10\10
  • bokeh effect:  10\10
  • grains coverage:  10\10
  • highlights & shadows detail:  10\10
  • autofocus:  10\10
  • jpeg quality: 9\10
  • continuous shooting speed: 10\10
  • depth of field:  10\10
  • live view photography:  9\10
  • eye tracking:  10\10
  • flashlight photography: 10\10
  • HDR mode: 10\10
  • Touch Screen Focus: 9\10
  • sharpness: 10\10
  • image stabilization: 9\1

There are two menu programs on the M50. Another heavy presentation menu that describes camera functions and is best used to guide inexperienced users by selecting the appropriate settings. Another typical Canon menu that works, if not fun (yes, sometimes we do get excited about menus).

With the 24-megapixel image sensor and well-known Canon color science, we were not surprised to find ourselves so excited about JPEGs from the camera. The images are clear, the skin tone is pleasing and the colors are vibrant. Photographic engineering tests (see sidebar) also found excellent results for the variable distance on the side of the still image. The camera uses a new RAW file (CR3 / C-RAW in the camera menu) which provides strong non-loss pressure to save disk space without real loss of quality.

Canon M50 Key Features

Sensor: 24.1MP CMOS APS-C
Image processor: Digic 8
Lens mount: Canon EF-M
Autofocus: Dual Pixel CMOS AF (contrast-detect only in 4K) with 3,975 focus positions
ISO range: ISO100-25600 (exp. to 51200)
Video: 1080p up to 60p, 4K (with 1.6x crop) up to 25p
Viewfinder: 0.39-type OLED EVF, 2.36 million dots  
Memory card: 1x SD UHS-I
LCD: 3-inch fully articulating LCD touchscreen, 1.04 million dots
Max burst: 10fps
Connectivity: Wi-Fi (2.4Ghz), Bluetooth (4.1), micro USB, micro HDMI, microphone
Size: 116.3 x 88.1 x 58.7mm
Weight: 387g (black) / 388g (white) including battery and memory card

The camera moves well in low light, though there is not much space to stack your ISO before the sound becomes a feature. Between ISO 800 and 1600 you will see sound coming into your photos.

Gears Used For Test

it's very important to use the right gears to test the camera. if I do not have the best lens so picture quality will be poor so the blame will be on the camera. so I used the best lens & flashlight to test the Canon m50. we can not get the best quality with a kit lens, so do not test any camera with a kit lens Canon m50 is a mirrorless camera but the lense was DSLR compatible so we also used ef-m adaptor
Gears :
  • Canon m50
  • Canon 85mm 1.8
  • Canon 50mm 1.8
  • Canon 15-45mm Kit Lens
  • godox a600 bm speed light
  • godox tt600 flashlight
  • godox xpro trigger
  • octa box
  • 60*60 softbox

While the acceptance of the 4K video is welcome, the launch of the M50 leaves something to your liking — forcing a 1.7x output, you lose the excellent autofocusing of Dual Pixel CMOS and your frame rate is reached at 24p. In both HD and 4K videos, we found the curve of the folding lid, although the color rendering was accurate.

Download Full HD without Edit Sample Pics of Canon m50

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