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Apr 19, 2019 14:55 as a reply to  @ Trout Bum's post |  #422

Hi Trout Bum! Love your pics! What TC are you using? How do you like AF with this M50 + TC + 300mm combo?



  
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Apr 19, 2019 23:32 as a reply to  @ phphoto's post |  #423

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The Canon 1.4 III. AF is OK- I'm used to a 5DIV, but you make the best of it, and there's no substitute for good technique (which I'm reminded of too frequently). Also, no sub for a good tripod!


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Apr 23, 2019 20:02 |  #424

I wish I had more detail in the sky but it was a bright day and I overexposed it a bit.


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Apr 27, 2019 15:29 |  #426

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May 11, 2019 15:16 |  #428

Hi guys,
I'm on the brink to make the decision to buy the M50 but I'm torn about the 15-45 lens kit because I think that it can be a little dark and slow due to his f3.5-5.6 aperture. What do you think about this lens? I'm also thinking that I'll give it a try and if I'm not pleased with the result I'd go with the 17-55 Canon with the adapter o even better the 24-105 with the Viltrox adapter. What do you think?


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May 11, 2019 17:05 |  #429

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I'm on the brink to make the decision to buy the M50 but I'm torn about the 15-45 lens kit because I think that it can be a little dark and slow due to his f3.5-5.6 aperture. What do you think about this lens? I'm also thinking that I'll give it a try and if I'm not pleased with the result I'd go with the 17-55 Canon with the adapter o even better the 24-105 with the Viltrox adapter. What do you think?

I used (actually still use) my 60D, a APS-C camera with the 18-200, a f3.5-5.6 lens (as are all 18-xx lenses) very successfully in all kinds of light. I'd stick to the EF-M lenses, if you want to take advantage of the diminutive size of the camera. I think that a M50 + lens adapter + 18-200 would be ridiculous and the 24-105 might even be worse, in terms of size.

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May 11, 2019 19:40 |  #430

The 14-45 is a nice compact lens and has a place in the bag, especially with the 14mm. The decision is more dependent on what you are shooting, the lens won't be great in a bar or drama event for example.


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May 12, 2019 01:33 |  #431

Thank you both for the answers.

@MakisM1: I own the nifty-fifty and I look forward to try it with the M50. I think that is gonna be a great combination. I had a Sigma 18-200 on my first dslr 450d(one of the rebels in other regions I think) and despite was a good walkaround lens it was too dark in comparison to my Tammy 17-50 f2.8. It is also true that my 450d was a mess from 800 iso and above so I think that the M50 it might be definitely better. I agree with that the combination of M50+adapter+24-105/17-55/18-200(approximately same size and weight) can be huge and it can result in a loss of the advantage of the size of the camera but I'm also concern about till now I saw that the most owners of the camera using it with their EF/EF-S lenses. Is that because the kit lens is not good enough or just the lack of good EF-M mount lens? As I said before I'll give it a try than I decide what to do.

@TeamSpeed: I love landscape and architecture photography but sometimes during my trips I love doing street and candid. In fact I'm going to replace my 10-18 with the EF-M 11-22, gonna try the 15-45 and what can you suggest for a range till 200/300? Should I try the 55-200 EF-M?


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May 13, 2019 21:03 |  #432

reietto wrote in post #18859920 (external link)
Hi guys,
I'm on the brink to make the decision to buy the M50 but I'm torn about the 15-45 lens kit because I think that it can be a little dark and slow due to his f3.5-5.6 aperture. What do you think about this lens? I'm also thinking that I'll give it a try and if I'm not pleased with the result I'd go with the 17-55 Canon with the adapter o even better the 24-105 with the Viltrox adapter. What do you think?

I bought the M50 for its compactness, so the 15-45mm works for me as an outdoor walk around lens. I also have the 22mm f/2 pancake for indoor use, as well as the 11-22mm and 55-200mm EF-M lenses. The entire kit fits in a small camera bag, and is great for traveling light. If I am going to walk around with one of my big EF lenses, I may as well just bring my 5D3 or 7D2 instead of the M50.


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May 13, 2019 21:18 as a reply to  @ reietto's post |  #433

I use the 55-200. After that I pull out my speedbooster or EF adapter and use my other lenses.


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May 13, 2019 23:26 |  #434

Thank you both for answering my questions.

I think that I'm going to buy the 55-200 or maybe the 55-250 STM with the adapter which is only 100gr heavier.


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May 14, 2019 00:42 |  #435

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Thank you both for answering my questions.

I think that I'm going to buy the 55-200 or maybe the 55-250 STM with the adapter which is only 100gr heavier.

Both good to use on the M50,you can get the Kenko 1.4x teleconverter (HD version not the new HD Pro) that fits the Efs-55-250,this will focus on the M and the results aren't bad at all in good light.


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