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Sep 08, 2013 16:16 |  #496

Can't help.

Another one but this time is with my 100mm Macro at f2.8(same lighting setup + SL1)

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Sep 08, 2013 19:35 |  #497

tkbslc wrote in post #16275261 (external link)
There's an older 24mm f2.8 that isn't that expensive. Only 2" long (pancake is 1", but you gotta take what you can get).

A 20mm pancake is harder to make for an SLR because of the mount depth. It can be done, but I doubt it will be $150 like the 40mm.


Voiglander have 20mm pancake for full frame, and canon also made ef-m 22mm, I think canon can make one for crop sensor easily. I will buy it if price below $500 and quality on par with 40mm pancake.


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Sep 09, 2013 00:01 |  #498

tat3406 wrote in post #16279907 (external link)
Voiglander have 20mm pancake for full frame, and canon also made ef-m 22mm, I think canon can make one for crop sensor easily. I will buy it if price below $500 and quality on par with 40mm pancake.

EF-M 22mm is cheap because the register distance of the EF-M mount is about 20mm. Just like on regular EOS the register distance is around 44mm, so the 40mm is easy and cheap.

And yes voigtlander has made one, but it isn't cheap, it's an f3.5, and they didn't even have to try and fit an AF motor in there.

Pentax has a 21mm f3.2 pancake, but it's only for crop cameras and it also doesn't have an AF motor (uses old style screw drive from camera body).


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Oct 13, 2013 14:48 as a reply to  @ tkbslc's post |  #499

SL1 with 40mm

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Oct 13, 2013 14:50 as a reply to  @ Lucy Brown's post |  #500

SL1 with 40mm pancake

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Oct 13, 2013 21:42 |  #501

Lucy Brown wrote in post #16367965 (external link)
SL1 with 40mm pancake

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Oct 13, 2013 22:13 |  #502

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You may or may not have noticed; but there's something hanging out of your dogs mouth.

A.. tongue??


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Oct 18, 2013 13:10 |  #503

I got it only yesterday and now I am waiting for Canon to launch a pancake 20mm f/2.8.
What a cool little thing!
Cannot think of a better backup to my 5D III.
I want to TELEphoto so I pur the 100-400 L on and get 640 mm which will need a monopod to stable it up. When I want WIDE I put the 17-40 on my 5D III.

As I am seeing things now, the SL-1 will spend much more time out of the bag than the 5D III.
It is neat, intuitive and so easy to use!
Taken with a 100mm f/2.0 at f/3.5. LR shadows up, noise reduction and crop.

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PS. Being used to the 5D III I did not even think about using a fill-in flash.
PPS. The white balance with a subject that is partly illuminated by the rising sun and partly by the blue sky is not an easy one to choose.
Finally, I tried 'auto' on LR4.
Yeah, I know it is oversaturated. I tried getting shots directly from camera .jpg and I had put the saturation way too high. Normally I shoot RAW but this was to test it.

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Oct 19, 2013 07:27 |  #504

garbidz wrote in post #16380957 (external link)
I got it only yesterday and now I am waiting for Canon to launch a pancake 20mm f/2.8.
What a cool little thing!
Cannot think of a better backup to my 5D III.
I want to TELEphoto so I pur the 100-400 L on and get 640 mm which will need a monopod to stable it up. When I want WIDE I put the 17-40 on my 5D III.

As I am seeing things now, the SL-1 will spend much more time out of the bag than the 5D III.
It is neat, intuitive and so easy to use!
Taken with a 100mm f/2.0 at f/3.5. LR shadows up, noise reduction and crop.

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PS. Being used to the 5D III I did not even think about using a fill-in flash.
Learning curve.

I have the SL1 & 5d3 as well. Great combo. The SL1 is a real fun camera to shot. Not really getting a whole lot of love here though. For anybody that thinks its to small, its not. You get used to it. Don't get fooled by picking it once and saying it's to small for my hands.




  
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Oct 19, 2013 08:40 |  #505

Because the color was so difficult, I made a BW conversion:

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BTW you notice the color change between the quoted photo and the original? Where does it come from?

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Oct 19, 2013 08:44 |  #506

Lucy Brown wrote in post #16382557 (external link)
I have the SL1 & 5d3 as well. Great combo. The SL1 is a real fun camera to shot. Not really getting a whole lot of love here though. For anybody that thinks its to small, its not. You get used to it. Don't get fooled by picking it once and saying it's to small for my hands.

If you know Canon you know the SL-1.
True, it is small and size matters.
But boy, the quality it delivers from its small package!
Those who criticize it have not been shooting with it. It is a new breed of DSLRs. Welcome!
The guys who designed it are not from the Old School Kwanon...

But I have to say that the old kit lens that came with the 350D is HORRIBLE!


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Oct 19, 2013 16:56 as a reply to  @ garbidz's post |  #507

Messing around with my new 100mm f2.8L macro. Not bad for iso 6400. Shot indoors in low light hand held.

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Oct 19, 2013 17:31 as a reply to  @ Lucy Brown's post |  #508

another with my new 100mm 2.8L

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Oct 20, 2013 05:00 |  #509

garbidz wrote in post #16382658 (external link)
If you know Canon you know the SL-1.
True, it is small and size matters.
But boy, the quality it delivers from its small package!
Those who criticize it have not been shooting with it. It is a new breed of DSLRs. Welcome!
The guys who designed it are not from the Old School Kwanon...

But I have to say that the old kit lens that came with the 350D is HORRIBLE!

I had the same lens and agree it was not the best. However, the new 18-55 STM kit lens is fantastic and works beautifully with the SL1. Definitely worth considering if you need light weight.

I have the same 5D3 and SL1 combo. It's great for my needs. I'm going to California next weekend for a family function and instead of schlepping the 5D3 and laptop, I'm bringing the SL1, my 270EX flash and my iPad. This gear is lightweight and very capable.

I noticed that Canon recently posted a series of stories on how 3 women are using the SL1. The ad is clearly directed to women and presents reasons why the SL1 is a better choice than a camera phone. This ad seems to support the observations made here by many (including me) that our wives and girlfriends really like this camera.


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Oct 20, 2013 20:23 |  #510

I'm now considering an SL1 with the 10-22 to get a super lightweight but still kick ass IQ landscape camera... The other options are a NEX7 and an XE2. I have an XE1 but the lack of an exposure preview in manual ruins it for that for me (I'd upgrade it to an XE2 just for that functionality). Problem is this is still a heavy option -vs- the fuji. But fuji has no real wide yet (I have the 14mm). The NEX7 seems like the best option but I'm not in love with it...


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