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

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OP Jens H New Member • Posts: 8
Re: Auto ISO with the M5/M50 - how are you coping with the limited adjustability??
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RLight wrote:

M.

Set f-stop to f/1.4 and shutter to 1/100 and leave ISO Auto which will let the camera dip into the ISO as needed but hold the 1/100 and f/1.4.

If on the M5, I'd set that to say C1.

On the M50, I'd set it to just M if I'm doing that a lot, which I suspect you are.

Do an M50 btw, much better low light AF (-1EV of the M5 vs -2EV of the M50)

There's always the cliché answer of the next camera will fix this, but I suspect the M5 II may. With any luck, the M5 II gives us IBIS, which combined with that 32, should be pretty juicy, in addition to -2EV (or better) low light and C modes.

Thanks, C1 on M5 is a good option this will allow me to configure the most used set-up.
Let's hope for the long awaited M5 II, Canon has demonstrated with the RP that they know how to implement a good auto ISO adjustabilty

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