Dlee13 wrote in post #18646968
No problem glad to help and this issue is what actually pushed me to sign up for CC.
I was a Lightroom-only user (don't need Photoshop), so the 400% price increase for CC was unacceptable to me -- plus, I do not trust Adobe after they broke their promise to continue offering a perpetual license for LR. I tried out DxO's PhotoLab, and found it did everything I used in LR with results at least as good.. Unfortunately, it does not yet support the M50 I just bought, but I expect that to happen in the future. For now, the RAW to DNG convertor and LR6 works fine. I never owned a camera that wasn't supported in the version of Lightroom I owned, so I never had a need to try the RAW to DNG app before now -- it works well, and doesn't add too much to my work flow.
So far I'm pleased with the M50, too, although I have not spent a great deal of time with the camera. It certainly corrects the things that were lacking for me with the original EOS M -- poor auto focus performance, no viewfinder, and cumbersome ergonomics. I tried out the M50 last week at the park with our niece's young children, and was very happy with the results once I figured out the best AF settings.
The M50 should meet all my needs for those times I do not want to pack the full size 5D3 and/or 7D2 plus the big lenses. I may pick up the EF-M 55-200mm lens, too, which should give me a very flexible, compact kit along with the EF-M 15-45mm, EF-M 22mm f/2 and Speedlite 270EX. I also own the EF 40mm f/2.8 pancake, which combined with the EF to EF-M adapter (whenever it finally ships) should give me a decent compact portrait option, too. I also used the original M occasionally as a 2nd body when hiking with one of my full sized cameras, and the M50 should work in that situation very well, too.