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Apr 21, 2013 13:15 |  #241

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Uncut Sapphire - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens

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Fridge Fairy - EOSM + 50mm f/1.2L USM lens

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Chinatown at Night - EOSM + 50mm f/1.2L USM lens

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Welcome to Hooters - EOSM + 135mm f/2.0L USM lens

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Black Cat - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens

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Beach Walk - EOSM + 135mm f/2.0L USM lens

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Friends in Water - EOSM + 135mm f/2.0L USM lens

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Green Tractor - EOSM + 135mm f/2.0L USM lens



  
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Apr 21, 2013 13:17 |  #242

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EOSM with Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM lens - Taken with the Canon PowerShot G1X

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Tiki Lighter - EOSM + Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM lens

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Icecream in a Heatwave - EOSM + 135mm f/2.0L USM lens

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Pensive Cat - EOSM + Canon EF 24mm f/1.4L USM lens

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Christmas Lunch - EOSM + 50mm f/1.2L USM lens

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Engagement Party - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens

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Water Dragon - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens

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Sugar Ant - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens



  
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Apr 21, 2013 13:20 |  #243

palmor wrote in post #15851039 (external link)
It should fit without the lens attached. It will also fit with the 22mm lens in a cargo pants/shorts pocket pretty easily (or a jacket pocket). Comparing to the my 5n it is pretty similar in size.

Awesome :cool: Thanks for the info! I'm going to post my T2i for sale this week and see what happens. I'm planning a trip to the B&H superstore sometime in the next month or two so I'll see what I can afford and what I like when I make my trip there :)


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Apr 21, 2013 13:31 |  #244

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Three inch long Dragonfly - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L IS USM lens

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Green Tree Frog - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L IS USM lens

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Burmilla Cat - EOSM + 24mm f/1.4L USM lens

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Bluebeottle Jellyfish - EOSM + 135mm f/2.0L USM lens

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Watching the coal ship - EOSM + 135mm f/2.0L USM lens

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Self - EOSM + 24mm f/1.4L USM lens

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Seasoned Chicken in the Pan - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L IS USM lens

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Watching the world go by - EOSM + 100mm f/2.8L IS USM lens



  
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Apr 21, 2013 15:01 |  #245

I would probably get one if it had a really good EVF. They take great pictures with L glass.


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Apr 21, 2013 16:14 |  #246

Fantastic shots nero_design! I can't wait to get my adapter.


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Apr 23, 2013 12:01 |  #247

"Wildlife" with the 'm'

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from the house of birds (handheld)
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teamwork, I was holding the lens with the attached 'M', a little girl beside, touched the screen to take the snap. :)
together we managed to take this shot
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Apr 23, 2013 13:46 |  #248

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #15850445 (external link)
I'm thinking I might sell my T2i to pick up one of these bad boys. Unfortunately my local best buy never has one there to play with so I'm having a hard time visualizing the size. Since buying my 6D my T2i has been collecting dust... I keep it incase I need a backup camera, but on days like today when I went to a theme park I realized that I'd be much better off selling the T2i and getting a EOS-M as my backup and pocket camera for outings like this... if it's small enough to be pocketable.

Anybody use this as a "pocket" cam? I figure with the 22mm pancake it might fit... or if I take that lens off and keep it in one pocket and the camera in the other... lol.

Also, I shoot almost exclusively in manual... is it a paint to adjust settings on the fly with this?

Couple of quick shots below of a T2i (550D) next to an EOS-M so you can get the scale of things. Both with their respective kit 18-55 lenses.
I use mine as a pocket camera. I have the 22mm pancake lens as well, and it's sweet, even wide open.
I see lots of shots on this forum using the M with full size lenses, which to my mind defeats the point of a small camera. The kit lenses on the M are superb, unlike the 18-55 on the T2i (I never use that lens, just mounted for this comparison shot).
I mostly shoot in Av priority mode, and although it takes some getting used to controlling via the touch screen, manual overrides are not an issue. Focus speed is faster than the equivalent live view on the t2i IMHO, and it's very usable despite all the negative comments in various online articles about focus speed. But don't expect to track BIF or fast action - it's never going to match a USM lens on an SLR for that. I do have the EF adaptor, but have rarely use it except with my 8mm Samyang fisheye - and man does that combo look daft :)

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Apr 23, 2013 14:36 |  #249

therobveiller wrote in post #15858998 (external link)
Couple of quick shots below of a T2i (550D) next to an EOS-M so you can get the scale of things. Both with their respective kit 18-55 lenses.
I use mine as a pocket camera. I have the 22mm pancake lens as well, and it's sweet, even wide open.
I see lots of shots on this forum using the M with full size lenses, which to my mind defeats the point of a small camera. The kit lenses on the M are superb, unlike the 18-55 on the T2i (I never use that lens, just mounted for this comparison shot).
I mostly shoot in Av priority mode, and although it takes some getting used to controlling via the touch screen, manual overrides are not an issue. Focus speed is faster than the equivalent live view on the t2i IMHO, and it's very usable despite all the negative comments in various online articles about focus speed. But don't expect to track BIF or fast action - it's never going to match a USM lens on an SLR for that. I do have the EF adaptor, but have rarely use it except with my 8mm Samyang fisheye - and man does that combo look daft :)

Rob

Thanks for the input! It definitely looks pocket able for my uses. I'm definitely getting it with the 22mm, that sounds perfect for what I need it for. The focus thing is pretty much a non-issue for me, most of my SLR lenses are MF only and MF is extremely easy in LV :)


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Apr 23, 2013 15:26 |  #250

You will love the 22mm, having f2 is fantastic for interiors of churches and other dimly lit areas, and for its narrow DOF. And just to prove I'm not totally averse to silly EOS-M combinations, tonight's moon taken with a 400mm f5.6 L on the adaptor...:D


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Apr 24, 2013 07:13 |  #251

sharing my eos m. just arrived yesterday. photo taken by phone camera and test shot using the eos-m


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Apr 24, 2013 09:50 as a reply to  @ fmark's post |  #252

Last night moon using the EF 500/4 IS L + EF1.4x III without tripod only leaning on the window...


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Apr 24, 2013 11:51 as a reply to  @ nubu's post |  #253

ok Nubu, you win. But were you conducting a symphony orchestra at the same time, it doesn't count if you weren't :lol:
Interesting that you are clearly at a different latitude by the angle of the moon, and you have got some colour rendering in the craters. Mine was so nearly monochrome that you couldn't tell the difference between the B&W and the colour version, so I left as mono as it hid the very slight colour fringe. Colouring (or lack thereof) not down to the camera or lens as it is the same on my 600D with the 70-200 Sigma and it's 1.4xTC on shots I have taken in the past. Curious phenomenon.
I think your combination also has to win the "spot the camera past the lens" award :)




  
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Apr 24, 2013 12:09 as a reply to  @ therobveiller's post |  #254

Dear therobveiller! If you still have your raw I am sure that I could recover the colors (denoting mineralogy of the different areas imaged) that are hidden in them (if well exposed). I pumped the saturation to the max in dpp and exported as 16 bit TIFF. Here I created a second layer that was unscharp masked with a large radius to reduce the huge light differences over the moon. another layer produced out of it was again increased in saturation and then filtered for color noise. This layer was combined with the others only for color. finaly after everything was flattened I shifted the blue and independently the red channel a few pioxels up or down, respectively to correct for the chromatic refraction in the atmosphere.... Whith experience (I am professional astronomer) this takes only a few minutes.


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Apr 24, 2013 12:13 |  #255

For the mineralogical composition related to the colours: Blue: Metal rich (Ti, Fe) basalts Dark brown/magenta: Metal poor basalts Light yellow/orange: Continental highlands, basin ejecta White long stripes, white or light blue patches: recent impact ejecta


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