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  • Replied in Buy the T5i
    Look beyond the sensor (nuf said about that). The T4i has significant improvements over its predecessors: - viewfinder: improved metering and 9 point cross type AF (same as 60D) - sports: higher ...
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    Thanks for noticing and getting the point :-) It was not my purpose to advocate in favor of the phone. Besides being clean of noise, ain't that M image sharp? It's an image taken in full auto, out ...
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    Sure you're right. Small sensor and tiny lens always remains a compromise. Even the best compromises. Fortunately the phone also enables me to make a call and listen to music 😄. The M is much ...
  • Replied in Post images
    That puts things into the right perspective, thank you. 😃 So back to the EOS-M: it is really a nice compact solution that when well used can produce darn good images isn't it? Cheers, 10s
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    I recently was curious myself and took these 2: iPhone 6 EOS-M, EF-M 11-22 @ 22mm / f8 Both are nice memories of Lisbon I'd say...
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    LOL Pixel peeper ahoy. Oh you're just too critical... 😃 But seriously, a smartphone is always in your pocket. Limitations aside, why not use it if its the only tool you have with you?
  • Replied in Post images
    Landscape: often you need a large depth of field and a wide angle. Start with the EF-M 18-55 lens. Use the landscape mode or Av mode with f8. Tip: to make your pictures more interesting and give ...
  • Replied in RAW in DPP
    Indeed! We all went through this. When I started RAW processing in Lightroom, someone told me to use RAW+JEG and compare my skills with the skills of DIGIC. Well let me say I was not the Yoda of ...
  • Replied in Post images
    Cute kid! Your daughter's right shoulder and the front of her hair are in focus. The rest is not because of the shallow depth of field at f3. The picture would be better with more light on the eyes ...
  • Another body will not improve your images. Since the M always uses its sensor for focussing it is very very accurate; you might even be disappointed by the viewfinder AF of a DSLR which is more ...
  • You might even consider an EOS-M with EF-M 18-55 IS STM. If you can find one for the low prices they were offered and they are every bit as good as the 650D/700D for video. I own both an M and ...
  • If you want decent auto focus, go for the 70D. That one does a very good AF for both video and photos in live view thanks to the new dual pixel sensor. The 650D, 700D, 100D, EOS-M are comparable ...
  • I went from 300D with undutchables firmware to 650D with its original software. 700D is almost equal to 650D (700D has some minor software extras). You'll get a major upgrade in all areas. It's ...
  • Switch the camera on. Turn the top dial to the green mode [A+]. Push the menu button and go to the left most setting tab (the leftmost with the camera icon). The top setting should be L. Your ...
  • Color accuracy is fine. Many people like the (default) color rendering of Canon. You can select from multiple image styles to suit your needs. You can even create your own style. T4i is a perfect ...
  • Good move! Now to finish it off, buy the EF-M 55-200 IS STM and take it along with the M and the EF-M 11-22 to Frogner Park and show us what the M can do in Oslo in October! :-) just kidding, 10s
  • Replied in Heartwarming!
    Thanks for posting this. Tech must be put to good use, this is certainly one good example! I'm sure they will appreciate it even more once they start looking back at these images in some years from ...
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