Colours straight from the Canon EOS M are bright and punchy, with skin tones showing pleasant natural tones.
Using the 22mm pancake lens is a good option for a variety of different subjects and makes the overall size of the system small.
Images taken at very high sensitivities (such as ISO 6400 in this shot) show a good level of noise control while also maintaining plenty of detail.
The Canon EOS M's large sensor (APS-C sized) means you can achieve creative shallow depth of field effects.
Grainy B/W Creative Effect mode produces some nice results, it especially suits portraits of men.
The M's automatic white balance system has coped well with this indoor scene.
The 18-55mm lens has created a beautiful bokeh effect in the background.
Another graphic Grainy B/W Creative effect shot. It's a shame these filter can't be applied with raw and JPEG files.
There's bags of detail in this ISO 100 JPEG image.
The Evaluative metering has responded as we would expect to the very bright sky and underexposed the foreground as little.
Using the Landscape Picture Style has boosted the greens and blues in this image and made the distant hills look sunlit even though the sun was behind the clouds.
Despite shooting in a shaded woodland, the M produced a warm image whether the auto white balance or Daylight white balance settings was used for this scene.
Colours are generally pleasantly saturated, but natural direct from the camera.
Another Grainy B/W image.