Canon EOS M
Announced Jul 23, 2012 •
18 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, bought an EOS M a few months ago for filming a web series, love the camera. I've got the 18-55mm lens. Haven't found many forums on it, none regarding filming with it, but this seems to be the most populated one. I am missing the metering menu and I really want to be able to have more control over the exposure. The manual says metering is automatic when in any of the 'basic zones' which I understand to be non-auto modes. I am shooting manual so I believe I am not in a 'basic zone'. Does...
Hi, I have question about EOS-M. I need to control focus, aperture and also transferring image to computer by USB connection with EOS-M. I noticed that Canon Utility does not support these features on EOS-M somehow... I thought about using Magic Lantern with scripting or tethering to accomplish these remote controls (taking pictures, focus control, aperture setting, etc) Is this possible? If it is possible, will that be fast and reliable? Thank you.
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I got an EOS-M recently for what I consider to be a pretty amazing price, and am thinking about getting one for my father as a gift. I have been using Lightroom 3 for all my post-processing, however, and I just found out the hard way that it has no support for the EOS-M's RAW files. I will have to pay money to upgrade to Lightroom 5. So, I plan to upgrade to Lightroom 5... My father, on the other hand, uses Lightroom 4, and is not very technologically adept in general. I'm just wondering if...
I guess I'll be straight to the point, I've had powershot sd1200 for a few years now as my first camera and it has been loyal and served me well, but I've decided it's finally time to pull the trigger and get a more serious piece of hardware. My budget is around 300, with a little wiggle room, and I have ingested more articles, reviews and threads in the last week or so than I can recall, and feel like I'm only getting father away from have a solid choice. I had initially decided on a Nikon...
Hi all, I've stumbled into an opportunity to both sell my EF-M 18-55 and to buy an EF-S 18-135 IS (no STM) for pretty cheap. I have the 22mm and a 55-250 IS II, and i would come out at about even in terms of net price (ie almost the entire cost of the 135 is covered by the sale of the 18-55). Anyone have any comparison experiences with the 18-135? Is the 18-55 a lot faster/crisper than the 135? I do both video and photography, though documentary video is definitely my primary usage.