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Nov 01, 2013 07:20 |  #2281

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Nov 01, 2013 07:42 |  #2282

VeijoM wrote in post #16415260 (external link)
This looks wonderful, and the IQ of the lens used seems to be stellar. What lens it is?

EXIF says 22mm pancake


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Nov 01, 2013 13:53 |  #2283

VeijoM wrote in post #16415260 (external link)
This looks wonderful, and the IQ of the lens used seems to be stellar. What lens it is?

iadubber wrote in post #16415642 (external link)
EXIF says 22mm pancake

Thank you. 22mm is really a small piece of gem. ;)


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Nov 01, 2013 16:07 |  #2284

joonrhee wrote in post #16416464 (external link)
Thank you. 22mm is really a small piece of gem. ;)

So, must admit I haven't even tried such direct-towards-sun shot with the 22mm yet. Nice to know it can handle such. I especially like the shape of the star.


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Nov 01, 2013 16:14 |  #2285

VeijoM wrote in post #16416845 (external link)
So, must admit I haven't even tried such direct-towards-sun shot with the 22mm yet. Nice to know it can handle such. I especially like the shape of the star.

I really hope Canon has more cheap primes with optical quality as good as the 22 and 40mm pancakes on their drawing board. Both are excellent lenses, and super tiny and super cheap!


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Nov 01, 2013 23:15 as a reply to  @ EverydayGetaway's post |  #2286

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Nov 02, 2013 09:19 |  #2287

Quick question to all you EOS M owners: How is the shutter lag? I am currently using a 60D but thinking of going to the M for the lighter weight. I originally went to the DSLR's because I hated the shutter lag on my point and shoot camera.


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Nov 02, 2013 09:45 |  #2288

It's there, but I rarely notice it. As long as you're not expecting to shoot fast moving action with the M, it'll serve you well. Noticeably faster than any P&S I've used.


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Nov 02, 2013 11:52 |  #2289

I was curious about the shutter lag too.....anxiously waiting on mine to arrive.

NICE shot Alex


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Nov 02, 2013 15:19 |  #2290

Corry H wrote in post #16418568 (external link)
I was curious about the shutter lag too.....anxiously waiting on mine to arrive.

NICE shot Alex


Thanks!Yeah the shutter lag is not bad at all, in continuous mode it's not there it'll keep firing as long as you hold down the button. I've used it for high speed stuff before.


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Nov 02, 2013 15:32 |  #2291

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Nov 02, 2013 17:49 |  #2292

EverydayGetaway wrote in post #16418359 (external link)
It's there, but I rarely notice it. As long as you're not expecting to shoot fast moving action with the M, it'll serve you well. Noticeably faster than any P&S I've used.

Then you haven't used a good quality P&S. My LX7 kills my M with AF speed, shutter lag, tracking, write times and overall speed. But it does take nice pictures, if you are in no hurry




  
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Nov 03, 2013 03:48 as a reply to  @ speedync's post |  #2293

A few from a ride I went on yesterday. The M works OK for static type shooting.

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Nov 03, 2013 11:56 |  #2294

speedync wrote in post #16420255 (external link)
The M works OK for static type shooting.

Care to elaborate on the "OK" part?

To me, for static subjects, the camera works much better than OK considering its form factor and intended purpose.


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Nov 03, 2013 12:46 |  #2295

Not a shot taken with my M, but I thought you guys would appreciate this

My friend, Dustin

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I talked him into buying the M, he barely used his 5DIII + 70-200/2.8ii the whole day... :lol:

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