EOS-M cameras have been added to Canon Japan’s list of EOS Discontinued products, marking the end of the line for the camera bodies, although EF-M lenses will still be available, in some stores for now.

The last EOS-M camera to be released was the EOS M50 Mark II, which was announced in October, 2020.

With the strong shifts in favour of mirrorless models, this has been expected for more than a year, with the release of the EOS R7 and EOS R10 in May 2022, followed by the EOS R50 in February and EOS R100 in May this year looking like the last ‘ nail in the coffin’ of the EOS-M system. Sales of EOS-M bodies have ceased in Japan, although lenses are still available. Canon’s Australian website appears to have removed all EOS-M cameras from its listings and ‘camera recommender’, although some cameras can still be found on the leading local re-sellers’ websites. A couple of EF-M lenses, the EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM and EF-M 18-150mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM are still listed on the local website.

Full details of products that have been officially listed as ‘discontinued’ by Canon Japan can be found here.