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Aug 04, 2013 11:01 as a reply to  @ post 16179645 |  #1426

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Aug 04, 2013 11:43 |  #1427

gh patriot wrote in post #16179645 (external link)
I agree. I get great results with mine all the time. My keeper rate with my EOS M is around 90% about the same as my 5D3's.

Must not shoot much moving stuff with your 5dmk3s.:)

Personally M is nice but when shooting my kids I get much lower keeper rate as focus, shutter press and when picture is taken is kind of slow.


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Aug 04, 2013 12:48 |  #1428

bobbyz wrote in post #16180289 (external link)
Must not shoot much moving stuff with your 5dmk3s.:)

Personally M is nice but when shooting my kids I get much lower keeper rate as focus, shutter press and when picture is taken is kind of slow.

The whole shooting process of the M is slower than a DSLR. It performs similarly to the Fuji X100 and X-Pro 1/XE-1 cameras, but still feels slower. I think it's because of the lack of a viewfinder.


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Aug 04, 2013 12:59 |  #1429

Staszek wrote in post #16180404 (external link)
The whole shooting process of the M is slower than a DSLR. It performs similarly to the Fuji X100 and X-Pro 1/XE-1 cameras, but still feels slower. I think it's because of the lack of a viewfinder.

I think more of the delay is after the shutter is clicked. The LCD goes blank for a long time for what ever reason.


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Aug 04, 2013 14:37 |  #1430

bobbyz wrote in post #16180426 (external link)
I think more of the delay is after the shutter is clicked. The LCD goes blank for a long time for what ever reason.

Not if you half press the shutter button right after taking a shot.


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Aug 04, 2013 14:46 as a reply to  @ EverydayGetaway's post |  #1431

Regarding the above two posts:

In my experience the M is at its best using the touch screen to focus and shoot rather than the shutter button. The focus seems faster. For some reason I get a big smile out of the touch and shoot feature even though I am a long time Canon dSLR user. :D


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Aug 04, 2013 18:11 |  #1432

My own take of the EOS M and how it fits in my kit:

http://www.ocabj.net …mirrorless-camera-review/ (external link)

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Aug 04, 2013 20:50 as a reply to  @ ocabj's post |  #1433

On a ferry ride from Block Island, RI. Again, I'm not a landscape guy, so go easy on me...

All taken with the 22mm.

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Aug 04, 2013 20:51 |  #1434

ocabj wrote in post #16181122 (external link)
My own take of the EOS M and how it fits in my kit:

Umm... I think it works... ;)


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Aug 04, 2013 21:23 |  #1435

kenjancef wrote in post #16181477 (external link)
Umm... I KNOW it works... ;)

Fixed it for you!


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Aug 04, 2013 21:39 |  #1436

LoneRider wrote in post #16181547 (external link)
Fixed it for you!

Thanks!! :)


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Aug 04, 2013 21:43 as a reply to  @ kenjancef's post |  #1437

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Aug 04, 2013 21:57 as a reply to  @ LoneRider's post |  #1438

Low light performance and autofocus improved after I increased sharpness
and contrast settings to max.

I think even action shots have improved but have to test more.




  
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Aug 04, 2013 22:53 |  #1439

Another voucher for these batteries, got them in on Monday and they have work perfectly!
http://www.amazon.com …o02_s00_i00?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)

During most of my shoots I'm averaging 1.5 batteries, so having 3 works out great!

Still waiting on my EF adapter, my first one somehow got lost and I had to order another because the USPS said it might take up to 4-5 weeks to figure out where it's at. If it eventually gets here I'll post it up for sale most likely.


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Aug 05, 2013 00:14 |  #1440

maverick75 wrote in post #16181719 (external link)
Another voucher for these batteries, got them in on Monday and they have work perfectly!
http://www.amazon.com …o02_s00_i00?ie=​UTF8&psc=1 (external link)

During most of my shoots I'm averaging 1.5 batteries, so having 3 works out great!

Still waiting on my EF adapter, my first one somehow got lost and I had to order another because the USPS said it might take up to 4-5 weeks to figure out where it's at. If it eventually gets here I'll post it up for sale most likely.

Yep. Ordered the same batteries and they're great. Very fast shipping as well if you have them shipped from them directly instead of amazon. The Screen protector was awful unfortunately and had to be cut to size.


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