The Sony A6000 was the only camera to approach a perfect colour error score. The rest, including the EOS M50, were more wayward, though not by enough to be apparent in most real-world situations.
We expected the Canon to win here, but it’s beaten by the Panasonic Lumix GX9 and matched by the Olympus OM-D E-M10 III. The sensor in the Sony A6000 is showing its age, with the camera coming last here.
Surprisingly, both Micro Four Thirds models beat both APS-C cameras in our comparison. The EOS M50’s dynamic range isn’t bad, but it’s not as good as some cameras in this price bracket.