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Jul 05, 2017 10:51 |  #871

M5 and Fireworks

It was a perfect evening for Fireworks


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Jul 07, 2017 03:55 |  #872


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some fairly old canon camera stuff, canon lenses, Manfrotto "thingy", 1D MK II converted for IR, and now an M5
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Jul 07, 2017 11:30 |  #873

Memorial Day Rodeo with the M5 and EF-S 55-250


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Jul 08, 2017 02:18 |  #874

Fun with the fish eye ...

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Jul 13, 2017 03:16 |  #875

I don't suppose anyone in here has the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC Art and uses it with the M5?

I want something with a decent wide aperture and isn't too large and this appears to fit the profile of what I want.


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Jul 13, 2017 04:27 |  #876

closest I've got is a 50mm f/1.8 MK II (which has been the go-to dust cap on my EOS500 for a number of years)


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Jul 13, 2017 06:20 as a reply to  @ Dlee13's post |  #877

I have the Sigma, and although I don't have an M5 I did use the 30mm f/1.4 Art on my M3 which worked great. Now I am selling this lens because I have the 18-35 Art and don't need both, so if anyone is interested please check out the sales section.

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Jul 13, 2017 18:17 |  #878

joeseph wrote in post #18400921 (external link)
closest I've got is a 50mm f/1.8 MK II (which has been the go-to dust cap on my EOS500 for a number of years)

I have to too but the STM version. I personally don't like this lens purely because it's too long focal length wise and I would prefer my 6D/85 f/1.4 combo.

TreeburnerCT wrote in post #18400967 (external link)
I have the Sigma, and although I don't have an M5 I did use the 30mm f/1.4 Art on my M3 which worked great. Now I am selling this lens because I have the 18-35 Art and don't need both, so if anyone is interested please check out the sales section.

-Joe

How did it perform wide open? Thanks but I live in Australia so with conversion and shipping would probably cost the same to buy new here haha


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Jul 13, 2017 20:28 as a reply to  @ Dlee13's post |  #879

The Sigma 30mm f/1.4 Art works well wide open, but is sharper when stopped down to 1.8 or 2.2. It makes a great family/portrait lens on a crop sensor with fast AF and minimal distortion.

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Jul 14, 2017 02:22 |  #880

TreeburnerCT wrote in post #18401496 (external link)
The Sigma 30mm f/1.4 Art works well wide open, but is sharper when stopped down to 1.8 or 2.2. It makes a great family/portrait lens on a crop sensor with fast AF and minimal distortion.

-Joe

The more I look at it the more I think I'm better off just sticking with the 22mm f2. I know once I get my 6D2 I'll probably only use that so I should probably focus on saving for the 16-35mm f4L instead. Thanks for the responses though.


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Jul 15, 2017 06:44 |  #881

I've been editing some photos from a few weeks back. I don't usually do these kinds of edits but thought I would try have some fun to see how much I can do with the M5 files.

So here is the original shot SOOC imported into Lightroom (11mm, ISO 100, 1/320th, f/5.6).

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So then I added +2.02 Exposure, -100 Highlights and +100 shadows (with some other adjustments e.g clarity, blacks, white and tone curve) and got this

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Pretty impressive from the M5 right? This is a 100% crop from the bottom left area of the image which is surprisingly clean


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Jul 15, 2017 14:17 |  #882

A few from this thing that I'm really liking in a lot of ways that I never expected.

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Jul 17, 2017 17:34 |  #883

Hey guys!

Some really nice pictures here. I am thinking to buy the M5 because i have some Canon lenses and i think it would be a great camera for travel, landscape, even some wildlife.
But i am very sensible about build quality and simply hate when something is flimsy or not put together properly. Read some forum posts elsewhere about the flimsy battery door
and some play the grip has on the M5. I have a 7D2 and don't expect same level on BQ but something decent with a feel of quality.

Tried to go to camera shops to handle it myself but couldn't find any with an M5 on display. What do you think about the build quality of this camera?




  
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Jul 18, 2017 03:21 as a reply to  @ blackcoffee's post |  #884

I have had no concerns with mine and think the two "issues" you mention are a little over blown.

I would not call the battery door "flimsy". While not as robust as the doors on the DSLR models, it is solid and snaps firmly and securely in place.

The "give" on the grip I believe is simply a matter of a molded plastic piece that doesn't have .000 tolerance to the surface it is mounted too. If you squeeze harder than ever necessary on the grip, you will notice a slight give. I had my M5 for about a month before I heard of the issue and had not ever noticed it. Once I read Bantu it, I went and squeezed my grip and sure enough felt the ever so slight give under pressure.

Unless you really ham fist it, I doubt you would be aware of it without have read of it.


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Jul 19, 2017 04:11 |  #885

Sunny winter day at Pakowhai Country Park ....

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