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Nov 25, 2018 22:24 |  #31

Just ordered one from the canon refurb store. I have an m3 I currently use and just wanted better autofocus. Mostly use it for family snapshots and outings. Don’t want to carry any more weight or gear when I’m lugging around a bunch of crap for two kids. Love that it fits in my pocket with the 22 on it. Looking forward to joining the dpaf club finally.


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Nov 26, 2018 19:44 |  #32

Until the M5/M6 I was not going to get a canon mirrorless. Slow AF and fps were just not reasonable for me. You will like the M6, it is at least decently snappy and a faster fps than the 5DIII i.e. you can actually photograph kids moving and playing. I've even had luck with the face detect/follow occasionally.


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Jan 05, 2019 02:59 |  #33

My enjoyment of the EOS M6 continues to grow almost a year after purchase. The new EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STM lens has certainly generated a renewed enthusiasm for me. I used the original EOS M with EF lenses and have always been pleased with the results.. but the EOS M6 performs extremely well with the majority of EF-M lenses. The DPAF sensor alone makes a lot of difference and longer EF lenses operate faster and smoother with the M6 due to this. Most of the shots below were taken with the new Canon EF-M 32mm f/1.4 STM lens...


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Jan 05, 2019 03:15 |  #34

I find myself hardly even using my FF DSLR cameras these days with the M6 on hand.

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