Canon EOS M

Announced Jul 23, 2012 •
18 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
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I just bought a Canon EOS Rebel t3i, but I'm having second thoughts about whether I should've gone for the cheaper EOS M. I already have 3 EF-M lenses, so I would have also had to get an adapter. Which camera is better for videography? (I would install Magic Lantern on both). I have the t3i and I love it so far. Thanks all.
By: lumenite (1 week ago)
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EVF-DC1 has 2.3Mpix. 1. Is it good enough to look at? When I look at back LCD, which has 1Mpix, through Clearview, it is far below from what I expected. I can see the pixels in LCD and the image on the LCD is so coarse. How about the image that we can see through EVF-DC1? 2. what is the magnification of it? The magnification of 80D's viewfinder is 0.95x and that of XT-1 is 0.77x. How about EVF-DC1?
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Hi all! First post, and I'm hoping you all can help.  I use my M1 and the 18-55 kit lens for time-lapse photography, and I've nailed the settings I want. On a recent shoot, I noticed some flicker, which surprised me since my entire setup was manual. I found a suggestion to slightly unscrew the lens, so that the camera doesn't have any variance in the aperture, as it prepares to take each shot.  The problem is when I do this, the aperture number goes to 00, which is expected, but the entire...
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Hello everyone, Not long ago I moved to EOS M2 (from EOS 100D) and I'm very happy for now - I'm even thinking that I'll sell my 100D soon as I feel comfortable enough with the M2 as my only camera. I've used the M2 with KIT EF-M 22mm, EF-M 18-55mm - which work great and making very decent pictures. I tried my Sigma 18-200mm C with adapter and I found out that the Sigma is really having hard time focusing. Now I'm thinking of buying a relatively compact super zoom lens - I probably buy EF/EF-S...
By: mnca27 (5 months ago)
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have anybody experiencing the same thing like me? i have canon eos M and suddenly my camera is set on aspect ratio 1:1, in scene intelligent auto mode. i tried to find the setting "aspect ratio" but could not find it anywhere. i can only find the setting when i'm in M (manual exposure) mode. can somebody help me? thanks.
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I'm new to taking photography seriously, but I'm really keen on learning.  I currently own an EOS M with the 22mm, 18-55mm kit lenses, and just recently purchased the 11-22mm.  What I'd like to find out is which lens is best for what situations. I'm aware that the 11-22mm is ideal for wide angle landscape photography, however what's the difference between the 22mm, and the 11-22mm, when it is set at 22mm?  Also, with now with the 11-22mm, should I ditch the 18-55mm when photographing?
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So I need help finding a NON-SLR with these features, as every camera I've looked into seems crippled (intentionally) in one way or another. I'd also really prefer not to break the bank, obviously: Live View via HDMI (clean would be better, but not essential) Remote firing - just focus and fire; preferably USB or mini jack, but IR or NFC would be ok  USB transfer to tablet or smartphone (NFC *might* work, but NOT WiFi!) Can run on AC power If the camera's API or SDK allows for USB control...
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Hi I am an old 40D user, and after some years of enthusiastic carrying of 2,5kg+ of gears, I started to be bored of that. Don't get me wrong: I love my DSLR, but I don't want to walk with it every time I go out, or simply I can't. I will never sell it, instead it's now reserved for some specific context. Some days ago I watched at offers and, suddenly!, I was in front of my brand new EOS-M+22m+flash+EF-S adapter, exchanged for 199€. A real bargain, great quality, some AF issues, definitively...
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By: J R Anderson (10 months ago)
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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.
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In other words, can you hold the flash in one hand and have it either trigger the camera to take a photo, or vice versa? Flash terminology is not entirely clear to me :-P
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