The M1 mirrorless digital camera from Yi is a micro four thirds system camera, which means that it will work with over 50 lenses that support the MFT lens mount. The affordable price and the features make it the best mirrorless camera for beginners. It also offers both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity for easy and fast transfers or sharing.\r\n\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Yi M1 Camera Review\r\nThe YI M1 camera is an affordable entry into the world of mirrorless cameras. It features a Sony IMX269 image sensor that enables 20-megapixel still images and 4K video recording at 30 frames per second. It also comes with a 3-inch LCD display and Bluetooth as well as Wi-Fi connectivity\r\n\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe Yi M1 mirrorless camera features a 20.2-megapixel Sony CMOS image sensor that can produce 20-megapixel still images and record 4k videos at 30fps. The M1 mirrorless camera offers a maximum ISO of 25600 and an 81-point contrast detection auto-focus system. It has a 5ps continuous shutter speed and can deliver RAW files with a resolution of 5184 x 3888 pixels. The camera gets in-body digital image stabilization and supports manual focus with the prime lens via the 3-inch LCD touch display. However, it is nothing when compared to the Sony A7 III.\r\nDesign\r\nThe Yi mirrorless camera has a simple and minimalistic design that has won the 2017 Red Dot Design award. It uses a thermoplastic elastomer material for the body, while featuring a scratch resistant top. There aren\u2019t a lot of buttons on the camera, apart from the control dial and the mode dial. A 3-inch LCD touch screen sits behind and controls most of the camera. It features a tripod screw mount at the bottom, and a third button for turning the camera on\/off. The Panasonic Lumix G7 is another minimal camera that offers a lot more.\r\nValue\r\nThe Yi M1 is a mirrorless camera that\u2019s great for beginners. It can shoot up to 4K videos at 30fps in the standard video mode, but can also shoot Full HD videos at 60fps. The video quality is good enough for amatuer users and so is the image quality. It can shoot images in low light, but don\u2019t expect a lot from the auto mode. The Yi technology, micro four thirds mount, and the included kit lens, make it a great buy. Of course, for more money, you can get the Nikon Z6 that is much better value.\r\nYi M1 Camera Review Wrap Up\r\nThis Yi M1 review should tell you that for the price, this is a great mirrorless camera, especially with the two lenses. The Yi camera features a Sony IMX269 sensor, a 3-inch LCD display, and can shoot 4K videos at 30fps. Although the image stabilisation only works in HD videos, the camera does come with a zoom lens that has a focal length of 12-40mm F3.5-5.6.