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Feb 03, 2020 05:08 as a reply to  @ post 19002879 |  #631

I enjoy seeing your 32/1.4 shots. Those results make it so tempting over using the adapted 40mm pancake which doesn't have that level of bokeh.




  
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Feb 03, 2020 14:34 |  #632

AnnieMacD wrote in post #19002972 (external link)
That's good as the kit lens is pretty awful for low light. (f/6.3 at the long end :-() And I hope it doesn't have an on/off switch - we already have one on the camera!

I feel like we would have seen it by now if they did go ahead with that patent. Maybe if the rumored M50 Mark II does get released we'll see new lenses with that.

ra40 wrote in post #19002981 (external link)
I enjoy seeing your 32/1.4 shots. Those results make it so tempting over using the adapted 40mm pancake which doesn't have that level of bokeh.

Thanks and I imagine with the adapter, the 40mm is probably roughly the same size as the 32mm so I'd definitely recommend it!


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Feb 03, 2020 15:35 |  #633

Dlee13 wrote in post #19003230 (external link)
...Maybe if the rumored M50 Mark II does get released...

It better not-- I just bought a M6 Mark II ($775 on Greentoe) !

(FWIW, an M50 now listed for sale in the forum...)


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Feb 03, 2020 15:39 |  #634

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It better not-- I just bought a M6 Mark II ($775 on Greentoe) !

(FWIW, an M50 now listed for sale in the forum...)

It always happens like that lol. I haven’t seen much about it though so don’t think it would get released any time soon.


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Feb 05, 2020 13:25 |  #635

My wife and I are planning to hit more National Parks over the next few years. I'm planning on getting a 2nd M5 body and setting one up for the 11-22 and the other with a EF-M 55-200. I love shooting with the 22 f2 only, but feel like this combo would be a lot more practical since shallow depth of field is not a priority. Was also considering the EF-S 55-250 STM, but seems like that lens doesn't really offer much benefit over the EF-M besides the 50mm difference (and it's much bigger/heavier but still light). We will be doing a lot of hiking, so weight is a concern. Do you guys think that sounds like a good plan? Anyone have a lot of experience with the 55-200?

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Feb 06, 2020 09:41 |  #636

Also heavily considering the Sigma 56 f1.4. I think I would use this lens a lot more than the 55-200, but the 55-200 would make a great, small/light tele lens in case we run across wildlife or a comp that needs that extra reach.


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Feb 06, 2020 09:55 |  #637

Laowa recently released a 2:1 macro lens in EF-M mount. Fully manual but looks interesting...

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Feb 06, 2020 10:31 |  #638

BallerStatus wrote in post #19004850 (external link)
Also heavily considering the Sigma 56 f1.4. I think I would use this lens a lot more than the 55-200, but the 55-200 would make a great, small/light tele lens in case we run across wildlife or a comp that needs that extra reach.


The Sigma 56 is one of my favorite to use so far.


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Feb 07, 2020 08:15 |  #639

jcothron wrote in post #19004877 (external link)
The Sigma 56 is one of my favorite to use so far.

Yeah I think the Sigma will be my next lens. I love that focal length on crop a lot (currently using the 50 f1.8 STM). Would like to have native mount, slightly faster aperture and sharper image quality.


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Feb 15, 2020 16:41 |  #640

A couple pics from my recent trip to Astoria, OR.


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Feb 17, 2020 20:06 |  #641

Here are a few images I took with an M5 and the EF-M 18-150.


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Feb 22, 2020 04:53 |  #642

Candid shot of a mate while catching up at a cafe

M6II + 32mm f/1.4

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Feb 22, 2020 06:18 |  #643

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Candid shot of a mate while catching up at a cafe

M6II + 32mm f/1.4

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Very nice portrait ! Thanks for sharing.


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Feb 22, 2020 09:06 |  #644

First pics with my new EOS M6 MkII:


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Feb 22, 2020 14:13 |  #645

basketballfreak6 wrote in post #19014106 (external link)
Candid shot of a mate while catching up at a cafe

M6II + 32mm f/1.4

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Simple and effective...well done.


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