Canon EF-M Specifications

 

Front view of the Canon EF-M

Photo © 2010 by Gregor Pabst

ISO Film Speeds (Auto):
25 - 5000

ISO Film Speeds (Manual):
6 - 6400

Shutter Speeds:
1/1000s - 2s

Bulb Mode:
supported

Max. Shutter Frequency:
1 fps

Shutter Release Time Lag:
 

Mirror Lockup:
not supported

Exposure Compensation:
±2 EV

Auto Exposure Bracketing:
not supported

Viewfinder Coverage:
90%

Viewfinder Magnification:
0.75x

Focus Screen:
fixed

AF Points:
none (features µ-prism/split-image)

AF Operating Range:
none (MF only)

Aux Light:
none

Flash Metering:
none (X-Contact)

X-Sync:
1/90s

Max. Trigger Circuit Voltage:
 

Second Curtain Sync:
not supported

High Speed Sync:
not supported

Flash Exposure Compensation:
not supported

Pop-Up Flash:
none

Body Size:
148mm x 97mm x 68mm

Body Weight:
390g

Battery Required:
1x 2CR5

Battery Grip:
not available

Power Drive Booster:
not available

Produced:
1991

Tests:
 

 

Additional Information:
The Canon EF-M was a manual focus only camera based on the Canon EOS 1000 (see photonotes.org) with some limitations. Lenses without MF mode cannot be used with it (i.e. Canon EF 35-80mm F4.0-5.6 Power Zoom, Canon EF 35-70mm F3.5-4.5 A and 100-200mm F4.5 A), Image Stabilisation will not work and there is no depth of field preview. But ... its fully compatible with basic Speedlites such as 170M, 200M etc.


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