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Dec 23, 2013 22:10 |  #2746

One more. Light was a bit more favorable this time.

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Dec 23, 2013 23:04 |  #2747

Took this camera to a concert last night, Kanye West's Yeezus tour and loved the results. Nothing crazy, just some quality shots to remember the evening's performances by. I did some video as well and sound/picture quality is really great.

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Dec 23, 2013 23:53 |  #2748

^ very nice George!!


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Dec 24, 2013 11:57 |  #2749

Cool shots. That 22mm is an amazing lens.

I get a kick out of all the cell phones you can see people holding up. Such a common sight these days.


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Dec 24, 2013 12:06 |  #2750

epic shots, did you have to manual focus for these?

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Dec 24, 2013 15:26 |  #2751

Thanks guys, I auto focussed for all the photos, the EOS M handled it rather well. There were some situations were it hunted for focus, but 95% of the time it was spot on. I took it more for quality snap shots than anything else, didn't have the camera up all the time. I saw a guy right at the front taking photos with his iPad! It was such a sight haha


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Dec 24, 2013 15:35 |  #2752

Should I get the 18-55 for this? I like how compact it is with the 22mm. Does the 18-55 make it a lot less portable?


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Dec 24, 2013 16:14 |  #2753

tkbslc wrote in post #16551851 (external link)
Should I get the 18-55 for this? I like how compact it is with the 22mm. Does the 18-55 make it a lot less portable?

weight wize, it doesnt change much, but it's quite large (think NEX system).

I just make due with the 22, and comfortable shooting primes for long periods of time.

as my primary point and shoot, I tend to use this indoors a lot, so not having to carry around an additional flash makes the 22 super versatile. If I used it outdoors a lot.... I'de be carrying my DSLR ;)

The 18-55 is not very expensive, so you can give it a shot.


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Dec 24, 2013 16:52 |  #2754

tkbslc wrote in post #16551851 (external link)
Should I get the 18-55 for this? I like how compact it is with the 22mm. Does the 18-55 make it a lot less portable?

It's about the same thickness as the 22mm and about as long as two 22mm's stacked, so it's not that much bigger. I'm probably going to pick one up soon, I tried it in the store and the AF is noticeably faster with it and it got great reviews.


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Dec 24, 2013 17:25 |  #2755

The 18-55 is considerably bigger IMO, it does affect the portability for me, since now with the 22 pancake I can stash it in my jacket pocket, but I would not able to do the same with the 18-55. And I dont want to get another bag just for the camera. I got this camera for the size and IQ, otherwise, I'd rather carry my 6D + 50.


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Dec 24, 2013 18:04 |  #2756

tkbslc wrote in post #16551851 (external link)
Should I get the 18-55 for this? I like how compact it is with the 22mm. Does the 18-55 make it a lot less portable?

I love the 22mm for this as well, but the 18-55mm is very nice too. Might as well have both ;)


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Dec 24, 2013 18:43 |  #2757

M_Six wrote in post #16551390 (external link)
Cool shots. That 22mm is an amazing lens.

I get a kick out of all the cell phones you can see people holding up. Such a common sight these days.

And they never turn around to see if they are blocking the view of someone else.

All for a crappy pic or video that nobody will watch.


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Dec 24, 2013 22:32 |  #2758

EOS-Mike wrote in post #16552136 (external link)
And they never turn around to see if they are blocking the view of someone else.

All for a crappy pic or video that nobody will watch.

It wasn't so bad this concert, even though there was a constant flash from people behind, as if its so hard to turn off the bloody thing. I have been to concerts were you just stand, no seating, and having the watch the concert from the guy's phone infront of you sucks. Seems people no longer enjoy the moment but rather want to spend $80 to capture the event in the worst quality possible, and I even doubt they ever watch it again. I try to be as discrete as possible, only taking a short video and photo here and there. I'd rather enjoy and live the moment than try to record the whole event like a human tripod.


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Dec 24, 2013 23:23 |  #2759

Tony_Stark wrote in post #16552037 (external link)
The 18-55 is considerably bigger IMO, it does affect the portability for me, since now with the 22 pancake I can stash it in my jacket pocket, but I would not able to do the same with the 18-55. And I dont want to get another bag just for the camera. I got this camera for the size and IQ, otherwise, I'd rather carry my 6D + 50.

Size is relative though. I HAVE to have a zoom when I travel. It's just how I roll. Last week I was packing around the 60D and the 15-85 and that's not terribly small or light. I'm kind of hoping I can make do with a M + 18-55 as a lightweight alternative.

Honestly, I was thinking of going with another system that has pancake zooms for this reason, too, but then I have to give up the 22 f2. Panny's 20mm f1.7 is $400!! Their 12-32 and 14-42 PZ are pretty sweet, though, and same size as the 22 f2.

Sony has the 16-50 PZ, but then nothing like the 22 f2. 20mm f2.8 maybe, but I like 35mm equiv.

Gotta compromise somewhere, I guess. Maybe an EOS M + 22mm and a S110 in my pocket.

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It's about the same thickness as the 22mm and about as long as two 22mm's stacked, so it's not that much bigger. .

specs show 23mm vs 61mm, so nearly 3x as long.


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Dec 25, 2013 00:32 |  #2760

tkbslc wrote in post #16552458 (external link)
Size is relative though. I HAVE to have a zoom when I travel. It's just how I roll. Last week I was packing around the 60D and the 15-85 and that's not terribly small or light. I'm kind of hoping I can make do with a M + 18-55 as a lightweight alternative.

Honestly, I was thinking of going with another system that has pancake zooms for this reason, too, but then I have to give up the 22 f2. Panny's 20mm f1.7 is $400!! Their 12-32 and 14-42 PZ are pretty sweet, though, and same size as the 22 f2.

Sony has the 16-50 PZ, but then nothing like the 22 f2. 20mm f2.8 maybe, but I like 35mm equiv.

Gotta compromise somewhere, I guess. Maybe an EOS M + 22mm and a S110 in my pocket.

specs show 23mm vs 61mm, so nearly 3x as long.

I meant two 22mm's with the front lens caps attached, those things add a good bit of thickness. I've held the 18-55mm twice in stores and to me it really didn't seem all that bulky, you could definitely still fit it in a jacket pocket. Or, do what I do with my adapter + 50mm right now, keep the 22mm on the body and in one pocket and the 18-55mm in another pocket.


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