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Jan 15, 2020 19:39 |  #601

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Very nice IR!!

The lack of viewfinder and the slow AF of the M10 makes me think of selling it:-(

Stick with it, it's not like it's taking up much room in your bag...

I still have my M2, I just love that form factor from the first two Ms.

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Jan 20, 2020 21:33 |  #603

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SX10is, S90, d5100 (35mm1.8, 18-55mm, 55-200mm), d750 (28-300mm, 50mm 1.8, 35-70mm 2.8, 24-120mm f/4, 85mm 1.8G), EOS-M5 (EF-M 15-45mm, 18-150mm, EF 40mm 2.8), RX10mk4

  
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Jan 21, 2020 21:44 |  #604

Doing repairs on the damaged rear of the Carnival Glory which was involved in a collision with another boat. Docked here at their New Orleans port


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SX10is, S90, d5100 (35mm1.8, 18-55mm, 55-200mm), d750 (28-300mm, 50mm 1.8, 35-70mm 2.8, 24-120mm f/4, 85mm 1.8G), EOS-M5 (EF-M 15-45mm, 18-150mm, EF 40mm 2.8), RX10mk4

  
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Jan 21, 2020 21:58 |  #605

Colourful seabreak. Second picture is the only shot of the Norwegian Getaway (our cruise ship) that I took. On this trip the ship held 7,626 people including crew which was about 1400.


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Jan 23, 2020 10:09 |  #606

I just received my new lenses from Adorama a few days ago. But work being work ... just haven't gotten the time / good weather opportunity to actually use them yet - hoping this weekend will be good though!

Adorama had the lenses for the same price as everywhere else but when bought as a set, they come with a nifty 3 lens bag that holds all the lenses (16/30/56) in one place. Nice and convenient and in a bit of random luck - the entire thing fits perfectly into my manfrotto bag with my M3.

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I'm hoping it will be a better street photography setup than either my A7III or Canon. People don't seem to be as bothered by a guy with a small camera vs a guy using a big full size DSLR. Some places in DC have a policy where you will get kicked out if you're using a "pro" camera, which they (the security guards) often define as a big DSLR with a big lens - which makes no sense at all.

I'm trying to make my way through this thread and am impressed by the quality of pics people are getting from such a small form factor camera. I just hope Canon doesn't quit this format, now that they have the full size EOS R/RP to sell.


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Jan 23, 2020 12:38 |  #607

Chewieindc wrote in post #18997151 (external link)
I just received my new lenses from Adorama a few days ago. But work being work ... just haven't gotten the time / good weather opportunity to actually use them yet - hoping this weekend will be good though!

Adorama had the lenses for the same price as everywhere else but when bought as a set, they come with a nifty 3 lens bag that holds all the lenses (16/30/56) in one place. Nice and convenient and in a bit of random luck - the entire thing fits perfectly into my manfrotto bag with my M3.

https://www.adorama.co​m/sg163056efm.html (external link)

No affiliation.

I'm hoping it will be a better street photography setup than either my A7III or Canon. People don't seem to be as bothered by a guy with a small camera vs a guy using a big full size DSLR. Some places in DC have a policy where you will get kicked out if you're using a "pro" camera, which they (the security guards) often define as a big DSLR with a big lens - which makes no sense at all.

I'm trying to make my way through this thread and am impressed by the quality of pics people are getting from such a small form factor camera. I just hope Canon doesn't quit this format, now that they have the full size EOS R/RP to sell.

The M5 I have is really the smallest/lightest setup I have and try to include it on trips as it doesn't take up much room. As you can see, my setup includes a Nikon D750 and a Sony RX10iv which are a bit heavier than my Canon and all are excellent cameras but sometimes you want to carry little and light and the M5 is super for this, especially with the ef-m 15-45mm. May invest in the ef-m32mm later or even the 22mm pancake.
Looks like a nice lens setup that you've ordered with the nice case that's included. Thanks for the Adorama link.


SX10is, S90, d5100 (35mm1.8, 18-55mm, 55-200mm), d750 (28-300mm, 50mm 1.8, 35-70mm 2.8, 24-120mm f/4, 85mm 1.8G), EOS-M5 (EF-M 15-45mm, 18-150mm, EF 40mm 2.8), RX10mk4

  
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Jan 23, 2020 14:28 |  #608

Those lenses look mighty tempting. Will be looking forward to seeing some of your shots with them. :) I've been pondering the 24-70/2.8 MkII. Would really like it to be faster though.




  
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Jan 23, 2020 14:35 |  #609

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Zeiss 135mm APO Sonar

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Jan 24, 2020 21:03 as a reply to  @ jcothron's post |  #610

Zeiss is nice!
Are those perchance from the M6 Mark II ? I'm reposting this query from that thread:

Has anyone upgraded to the Mark II from an M50? I'd be very interested in knowing your thoughts in comparison. I'm sure I'll miss the flippy screen but not the older, smaller sensor and poorer autofocus.


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Jan 24, 2020 21:28 |  #611

Trout Bum wrote in post #18998140 (external link)
Zeiss is nice!
Are those perchance from the M6 Mark II ? I'm reposting this query from that thread:

Has anyone upgraded to the Mark II from an M50? I'd be very interested in knowing your thoughts in comparison. I'm sure I'll miss the flippy screen but not the older, smaller sensor and poorer autofocus.

Yes sir they are the Mark II should have noted that. Thank you.


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Jan 27, 2020 22:56 |  #612

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I have seen rumors of an APSC RF Mount body pooping up. I’m not sure what the future of the EF-M Mount will be if they turn out true.

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Jan 28, 2020 02:40 |  #613

Canon M10 with Elephoto 85-205mm f3.8 M42mount, M42 to EF adapter, EF to EF-M adapter.


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Jan 28, 2020 22:25 |  #614

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I have seen rumors of an APSC RF Mount body pooping up. I’m not sure what the future of the EF-M Mount will be if they turn out true.

I don’t think it will change it. The attraction is the size.


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