SkipJG

SkipJG

Lives in United States OH, United States
Joined on Mar 5, 2012

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  • Creative things like this are fun. No need to apologize. Looks like and Old School Instagram filter. Thanks.
  • Replied in OVF for eos m
    It's not optical, but I've had some good luck with an LCD viewfinder. If you get one that has magnets, it goes on and off easily enough. Even with the EOS M touchscreen, it has been good to use ...
  • 1.)  EVF equivalent to recent Fuji/Olympus performance.  Doesn't have to be built-in, could be like the one released with the G1X Mark II, but with higher performance.  But I'd personally prefer ...
  • If you are coming from a S100 then you will be familiar with the autofocus speed and more than likely have learned how to adjust your photography habits accordingly.  I had the S100 and now have a ...
  • I actually use a 430EX with mine but I would not say it's the most comfortable. But you get used to it. I know others that use a 270EX and it is more useable. I feel either really helps this ...
  • Not only would I do the M again, I am doing the M again. I always appreciated the image quality from the M, especially for the low price I paid last year for the kit. But I read these photography ...
  • I'd say the 12-40 is the way to go. I have it for my E-M10 and it is a wonderful combination. Heavy lens and big compared to other zooms but the picture quality is big as well. I hardly take this ...
  • Very nicely done!  I have been out and around that area in a general sense when we took a family trip a couple of years ago around there.  For never hearing about this canyon is surely is ...
  • I had the X-T1 actually and did not like it at all. It is much heavier than you would think and the picture quality is not as good as I thought it would be. The wifi features were very ...
  • Yes. With the 12-50mm on he camera the app will show a slider box on the left side of your screen (iphone). You can move that up or down to zoom in or out. At least it is this way for the E-M10. ...
  • Thanks to everyone who replied. I'll keep working at it. The zoom function did well and the resultant pictures were very nice. It's fun to use an old lens that was once my father's.
  • Hello.  I am a recent purchaser of an E-M10 and I am very pleased with it.  It not only takes great images, but is fun to photograph with which is something that is important to me.  I bought an ...
  • Jim F and Richard B, thanks for the links to your interesting and great pictures.  I am going as well, just in early June and cannot wait to get there and see it.  Both of your photos give me ...
  • Replied in New Owner Here
    Unexpressivecanvas: looks like you are only one Ef-S adapter away from using any lens you want!  Weird that the camera did not come with the updated  software. Update and you'll be even happier. ...
  • Replied in New Owner Here
    Excellent pictures right out of the gate. The M is a wonderful camera, really a sleeper in the camera world. Hidden behind all the negative review on AF and such is a well built body surrounding a ...
  • Jason: Wonderful pictures.  Only makes me more excited to go if that is possible. I too have the EOS M with the 11-22mm lens and I am looking forward to giving it a workout.  Once again, a very ...
  • Yes, Please!  I'm doing the same trip, but earlier this year in June.  Can't wait to see this area of the country. Best Regards,
  • I recommend it. Especially when you see some of the outrageously low prices you can get it for online.  I like it for the range and it gets good reviews when compared to other kit lenses. It is ...
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