Iphotocourse has published a new quick review on the Canon EOS M. This review has some samples with ISO ranging from 100 to 12,800. The reviewer is correct in saying that it is difficult to see who the EOS M is built for. It is good as a backup camera for those who already owns Canon DSLR equipment including EF lenses. Other than the Canon 40mm f2.8 pancake lens, the bulk of all other EF lenses will dwarf the size of the EOS M itself, rendering its small size pointless. In fact, the reviewer goes as far as recommending other models such as Canon’s own G15, Sony RX100, Panasonic LX7, and Olympus XZ-2.
Canon really needs to improve on the auto-focus speed and release more native lenses. They also need to add another model to the line-up that offers a built-in EVF.