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Mar 19, 2021 20:52 |  #978

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Really cool old truck.

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Mar 31, 2021 22:18 |  #984

Anyone here use the M50 Mark II? They’ve gone down quite a bit in price so I’m tempted to replace my M5 for one purely for the fully articulating screen and AF.


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Mar 31, 2021 22:46 |  #985

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Anyone here use the M50 Mark II? They’ve gone down quite a bit in price so I’m tempted to replace my M5 for one purely for the fully articulating screen and AF.

To me the M50 was a videographer''s camera. I prefer the M5 because it has the EV compensation dial, missing in the M50 series. Yes, I miss the fully-articulating screen and believe they should have made an M5MkII, but it seems that is not going to happen.


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Mar 31, 2021 22:49 |  #986

Tronhard wrote in post #19216818 (external link)
To me the M50 was a videographer''s camera. I prefer the M5 because it has the EV compensation dial, missing in the M50 series. Yes, I miss the fully-articulating screen and believe they should have made an M5MkII, but it seems that is not going to happen.

Yeah they do seem a bit more video focused but for my shooting style, I never use exposure compensation (I pretty much live in Manual). To me the fully articulating screen is one of the most important features on a camera which is why I wouldn’t mind getting it. Also since you got an R6 you’d know how painful the AF on the M5 is compared to the R6 haha.


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Mar 31, 2021 23:10 |  #987

Dlee13 wrote in post #19216819 (external link)
Yeah they do seem a bit more video focused but for my shooting style, I never use exposure compensation (I pretty much live in Manual). To me the fully articulating screen is one of the most important features on a camera which is why I wouldn’t mind getting it. Also since you got an R6 you’d know how painful the AF on the M5 is compared to the R6 haha.

Actually, I'm OK with the focusing but I use it for mostly static subjects. Good for you though, I hope you get what you want and it works for you! :-)


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Mar 31, 2021 23:15 |  #988

Tronhard wrote in post #19216823 (external link)
Actually, I'm OK with the focusing but I use it for mostly static subjects. Good for you though, I hope you get what you want and it works for you! :-)

I’m mostly static subjects too but still prefer something newer. The M5 is really slow shooting in burst too.

It’s quite funny though as when I got the M5, I found it to be night and day better than my 6D and now I can’t stand it :-P


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Apr 01, 2021 02:32 |  #989

Dlee13 wrote in post #19216824 (external link)
I’m mostly static subjects too but still prefer something newer. The M5 is really slow shooting in burst too.

It’s quite funny though as when I got the M5, I found it to be night and day better than my 6D and now I can’t stand it :-P

That's because you've experienced the new stuff. :mrgreen: I've locked myself into 2017 with the M6 so to me it's great. :oops: I'd like to try some new stuff though that would mean a whole new set of upgrades like a fast computer and so on...  :p




  
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Apr 01, 2021 04:23 |  #990

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That's because you've experienced the new stuff. :mrgreen: I've locked myself into 2017 with the M6 so to me it's great. :oops: I'd like to try some new stuff though that would mean a whole new set of upgrades like a fast computer and so on...  :p

haha very true! If it's any consolation I built my PC in 2017 and it's still keeping up with everything I do in LR/PS plus games so as long as you buy big you're fine :p Like the saying goes, buy once cry once!


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