Auto ISO with the M5/M50 - how are you coping with the limited adjustability??

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Jens H New Member • Posts: 7
Auto ISO with the M5/M50 - how are you coping with the limited adjustability??

I would love to add a M50 as my second camera to my Canon RP. The M50 with the fabulous EF-M 32mm would be a dream!

But I hesitate because of the limited adjustability of auto ISO. Just 1/focal length shutter speed is not good enough for me, for instance 1/40 with the 32mm would cause a lot of blurred images with my not so stable hands. I experienced this with the M and the EF-M 22mm, in the end I gave up and sold the combo (for this and other reasons). With the RP I can adjust within auto ISO the minimum shutter speed to faster (or slower) thus generating for instance with a 50mm a minimum shutter speed of 1/100 which is fine for me. Yes I can always monitor the shutter speed and select higher ISO in manual ISO if needed, but to be honest, this is distracting for me; I really prefer to select aperture in "Av" mode let the camera doing anything else and concentrate fully on image composition. Using "Tv" or "P" mode would limit selection of preferred aperture. Using the slow zooms with IS is not a desirable alternative for me. So how do you handle this?

 Jens H's gear list:Jens H's gear list
Canon EOS RP Canon EF 100mm F2.8L Macro IS USM Sigma 50mm F1.4 EX DG HSM Canon EF 24-70mm F4L IS USM Canon RF 35mm F1.8 IS STM Macro
Canon EOS M50 (EOS Kiss M)
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