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Nov 20, 2013 22:30 |  #2476

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Nov 21, 2013 03:08 |  #2477

I think the touchscreen is a great feature on the camera, in particular for picking out a focal area. It does take a little bit of getting used to the interface though.




  
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Nov 21, 2013 15:07 as a reply to  @ davidtan's post |  #2478

Night time photo with the 22mm. I haven't much used this lens.

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Nov 21, 2013 18:15 |  #2479

Received my EOS M with Fotodiox mount adapter. The Fotodiox adapter seems to be hit and miss with this lens attached (85 f/1.8), sometimes unable to read the fstop (shows "00" on the screen). A power cycle of the camera fixes the issue.

Overall though, loving it. The 22 f/2 is surprisingly sharp.


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Nov 21, 2013 20:02 |  #2480

First ever band shoot, decided to use the M instead of the DSLR. Went great:

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From last week's shoot, I was photographing "behind the a scenes" for a music video hence I couldn't use my speedlights and I had to shoot at ISO 5,000-6,400 with the lenses as close to wide open as I could.(The light guy never showed up so it was basically pitch black, just two household florescent bulbs. )


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and with the Canon 50mm 1.4 at 1.8
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Nov 22, 2013 02:05 |  #2481

Goat Roper wrote in post #16470422 (external link)
Received my EOS M with Fotodiox mount adapter. The Fotodiox adapter seems to be hit and miss with this lens attached (85 f/1.8), sometimes unable to read the fstop (shows "00" on the screen). A power cycle of the camera fixes the issue.

Overall though, loving it. The 22 f/2 is surprisingly sharp.

The Fotodiox looks very similar to the Canon adapter, pity it has communication faults.


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Nov 22, 2013 02:57 |  #2482
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CircuitR wrote in post #16471262 (external link)
The Fotodiox looks very similar to the Canon adapter, pity it has communication faults.

Looks can be very deceiving :p


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Nov 22, 2013 15:37 |  #2483

The Canon EF-EOS M adapter is currently being given away free in the UK if you buy the EOS M +18-55 STM kit from Jessops or WEX (which also includes the EX90 flash).

Picked mine up last Monday, it seems to be a huge bargain now, £299 for EOS M, 18-55, adapter and flash.

Now if only the weather would clear up enough to get out and take photos ;)




  
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Nov 22, 2013 16:33 |  #2484

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Nov 23, 2013 14:09 |  #2485

What is the highest native ISO on the M?

6,400?


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Nov 23, 2013 14:41 |  #2486

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Nov 23, 2013 14:58 |  #2487

I don't mean the highest it can go natively but the highest real analog iso, not digitally pushed in camera.

Is it really 12,800? I should really start using it then :lol:


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Nov 23, 2013 15:39 |  #2488

maverick75 wrote in post #16474714 (external link)
I don't mean the highest it can go natively but the highest real analog iso, not digitally pushed in camera.

Is it really 12,800? I should really start using it then :lol:

I'm pretty sure it is. I don't have expanded ISO on and I can go to 12,800 (but don't, too much color noise for my taste, makes things look really blotchy).


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Nov 23, 2013 15:50 |  #2489

That the reason I think that it's digitally pushed.

Some camera's have pushed ISOs even in the non expanded modes. Such as the 5DM2.

Still great though, kicks but in 3,200-6,400 :D


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Nov 23, 2013 18:29 |  #2490

maverick75 wrote in post #16474831 (external link)
That the reason I think that it's digitally pushed.

Some camera's have pushed ISOs even in the non expanded modes. Such as the 5DM2.

Still great though, kicks but in 3,200-6,400 :D

Indeed it does. I'm still surprised when I look back at my T2i photos at how much less pleasing the noise looks past ISO1600. I know the sensor is the same, but they must've changed something with the way the RAW is captured, EOS M RAW files are very obviously clearer to me.


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