We’re hard at work completing our final review of Canon’s ultra-compact EOS R50 mirrorless camera. While those of us with larger fingers have found the R50’s tight controls challenging to use, the camera delivers when it comes to the most important thing: image quality. A fresh set of samples with a production camera are now available for your perusal.
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