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Dec 15, 2021 00:31 |  #1201

I just got a Canon M50 to replace my Canon 650D that died. I am enjoying it so far. :)




  
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Dec 18, 2021 17:36 |  #1202

My was delivered the other day, i think im finally going to break down for the Adobe CC plan to upgrade mine out of the stone-ages and not have to worry about DNG converts. That being said, my M50 seems to work nicely

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Dec 19, 2021 07:49 |  #1203

Very nice to see a few new contributors in this thread !


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Dec 20, 2021 04:21 |  #1204

M50 Mark II and Sigma 56mm

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Dec 21, 2021 16:33 |  #1205

Any one using any sort of screen protector at all for the M50? i feel like it should get one for it but on the flip side, i dont have anything covering my other screens and they are fine.


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Dec 21, 2021 16:38 |  #1206

GeoffSFAs10 wrote in post #19321140 (external link)
Any one using any sort of screen protector at all for the M50? i feel like it should get one for it but on the flip side, i dont have anything covering my other screens and they are fine.

I use one from GGS Larmor on all my cameras.


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Dec 22, 2021 03:17 |  #1207

PhotosByDlee wrote in post #19321143 (external link)
I use one from GGS Larmor on all my cameras.

Same here.




  
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Dec 23, 2021 19:55 |  #1208

PhotosByDlee wrote in post #19321143 (external link)
I use one from GGS Larmor on all my cameras.

Mee three or similar to


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Dec 23, 2021 19:56 |  #1209

PhotosByDlee wrote in post #19321143 (external link)
I use one from GGS Larmor on all my cameras.

Does this keep the touch screen from working?




  
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Dec 23, 2021 20:13 |  #1210

I really like what PhotosByDlee does with the huge bokeh balls in the background. Did a variant intended as a focus stack yet this single frame capture covered it.

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Dec 23, 2021 22:46 |  #1211

troehr wrote in post #19322016 (external link)
Does this keep the touch screen from working?

No, works fine.




  
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Dec 24, 2021 16:06 |  #1212

troehr wrote in post #19322016 (external link)
Does this keep the touch screen from working?

Works perfectly for me, I use touch and drag a lot too.

ra40 wrote in post #19322020 (external link)
I really like what PhotosByDlee does with the huge bokeh balls in the background. Did a variant intended as a focus stack yet this single frame capture covered it.

Great work and you got those nice big bokeh balls :D if you focus stack can sometimes mess with the bokeh so good that you got it in the single frame!


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Dec 25, 2021 06:46 |  #1213

Merry Christmas everyone

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Dec 29, 2021 09:41 |  #1214

So im having some perplexing thoughts... the 15-45 seems like a nice walk around lens. Currently I am very used to using my 5D with 17-40 as a walk around and i actually shoot at 17mm ALOT. I have a trip coming up in february and Im torn between leaving well enough alone, or if I should get the 11-22 OR a 10-18 + adapter. The cost would be about the same. I had a 10-18 before i got the 5D and its a nce lens, but i really like the idea of sticking to native lenses. The 11-22 seems to be a solid performer, just talking aloud at this point i think


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Dec 29, 2021 18:45 |  #1215

GeoffSFAs10 wrote in post #19323833 (external link)
So im having some perplexing thoughts... the 15-45 seems like a nice walk around lens. Currently I am very used to using my 5D with 17-40 as a walk around and i actually shoot at 17mm ALOT. I have a trip coming up in february and Im torn between leaving well enough alone, or if I should get the 11-22 OR a 10-18 + adapter. The cost would be about the same. I had a 10-18 before i got the 5D and its a nce lens, but i really like the idea of sticking to native lenses. The 11-22 seems to be a solid performer, just talking aloud at this point i think

The 11-22 IS f4-5.6 is a great performer and one lens that is well suited for the travel bag & if you find shooting at 17mm on the 5D then the 11mm will be where you will find yourself.

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