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Kodak phone looks much better than this camera.
Really? It is THAT bad?
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Really? It is THAT bad?
No. Canon's mirrorless cameras use essentially the same sensors as their consumer/entry-level DSLRs.

Basically, all the reviews of Canon's M-series cameras go something like this: image quality is comparable to Canon's consumer line of DSLRs (which has fallen slightly behind Sony/Nikon), and focusing speed is slow compared to Sony/Panasonic/Olympus/etc.
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Really? It is THAT bad?
Not at all. Plus, these have the benefit of a MUCH larger sensor and interchangeable lenses. There are no phones anywhere that are as good as this. Jesus.
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I won't recommend any canon mirrorless without DPAF technology.
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I won't recommend any canon mirrorless without DPAF technology.
+1. Get the M100 instead, or M5/6 for more features and performance
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And that shows you are not a photographer. Pssstt. it's PDAF
I recommend that if you don't know the difference between Phase Detection AF and Dual Pixel AF then don't even try to talk shit, man.
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I'll recommand a high-end compact such as panasonic LX10 over this. Far bettery portability. 4K video. smaller sensor (1" vs 1.6") but insanely faster lens (F/1.4 max vs F/3.5 max).
Yes, you can change lenses for the canon, but what lenses?
portable ones? none can be more portable than the one on LX10.
fast prime? faster than F/1.4? LOL.
telephoto? maybe, but who dafuq will invest or carry extra telephoto lenses for a EOS M10. not to mention the horrible autofocus for the EOS M10 w/ a telephoto lens.
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And that shows you are not a photographer. Pssstt. it's PDAF
DPAF = Dual Pixel AF, are you new to photography?
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And that shows you are not a photographer. Pssstt. it's PDAF
Dual pixel AF is PDAF with the pixels doing both phase detection and capturing the image as opposed to dedicated PDAF pixels which do not capture the image.
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I recommend that if you don't know the difference between Phase Detection AF and Dual Pixel AF then don't even try to talk shit, man.
LOL..right. No one talking dual pixel except you. The question begs..are you a photographer or a wanna be cyber one?
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I'll recommand a high-end compact such as panasonic LX10 over this. Far bettery portability. 4K video. smaller sensor (1" vs 1.6") but insanely faster lens (F/1.4 max vs F/3.5 max).
Yes, you can change lenses for the canon, but what lenses?
portable ones? none can be more portable than the one on LX10.
fast prime? faster than F/1.4? LOL.
telephoto? maybe, but who dafuq will invest or carry extra telephoto lenses for a EOS M10. not to mention the horrible autofocus for the EOS M10 w/ a telephoto lens.

but, it's twice this price !!!!!
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LOL..right. No one talking dual pixel except you. The question begs..are you a photographer or a wanna be cyber one?
A great man is who can admit his faults!
Are you rather smallish?
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