Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM
Announced Jul 23, 2012 •
Wideangle prime lens | Canon EF-M
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Hi, Am looking to get a first prime lens for my EOS-M and have a couple of choices. Am looking for a lens that works well in low light, creates decent bokeh and has a versatile focal length, whilst being within my budget. Any advice is most welcome. CANON mount apapter EF-EOS-M + CANON EF 50mm f/1.8 II (or possibly the STM version) or.... CANON EF-M 22mm f/2 STM --"Great things are done when men and mountains meet." William Blake.
Hello people, I'm planning to buy a M2, a friend of mine will bring it from Japan. I always had point and shot cams and decided to enter the "real photography world" by the mirrorless door. Size did count a lot to this. Selecting which can I will buy, stumbled accross this M2, which seems to always bring mixed feelings to it's owners. I really liked the size, lenses quality and the possibility to use other canon lens via adapter (which I have none, but its always cheaper than equivalent sony...
Is the EF-M 22mm sold in a retail package? Because I just bought one on Amazon from a third party seller and expected it in a nice Canon box, but instead I received the bulk gray package with no logos. Maybe it was part of a kit? I'm not sure if returning it, the amazon one is 40$ more (190 euros instead of 225 euros, yeah we don't have your amazing 99$ price over here...) Thank you so much
I was looking through my pictures and I noticed that the focal length reported for the 22mm f2 lens was 55mm... I know it's my cat, but he is a willing model so... But you can see the lens is reported one way but the focal length the other. One is WRONG! I also checked the raw file with the same results. Could this happen by changing lenses with the power on? I also have the 11-55 EF M lens as well. Actually, I am not sure if the lens is reported wrong of the focal length. Come to think...