Metal cutting saw is the way to go...
You're talking about 10 seconds from the time you cut the EMT (or RMC) to the time you finish reaming it out with a standard Ridgid reamer... no lip and very little burring.
When I want to create some fireworks, I use a chop saw, similar to above but with a grinding wheel. Tool is cheaper, but it tends to create burn marks on the conduit. Usually the connector or LB covers it, but sometimes it shows and doesn't look nice.
Worst case scenario is a plain 'ole grinding wheel, but I can never seem to make straight cuts... something to be said about all these fancy tools taking some of the "finer" workman skills away.
One of those cutters or a hacksaw... not for me!