Just pulled the trigger on M6II + 32 f1.4

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Re: Just pulled the trigger on M6II + 32 f1.4

RLight wrote:

Don't say I didn't warn you; the 11-22 and 32 are a fierce combo. Canon should sell them in a "travel kit" much like they do the EF-S 10-18 + 50mm f/1.8 STM. Marry them to an M6 Mark II? Dangerous setup right there. Add a 55-200 and you have a trio for reach (telephoto), width (wide angle) and depth (of field), with a hint of macro (that 32 does .25x)

wondering why you aren't owning and loving the dangerous, fierce combo?

Use highlight tone priority as you can for scapes. Use 14FPS for candids on that 32mm and any telephoto glass. May shoot a TON of images, but the critical moment/focus is very good on the M6 II.

Set your NR to zero on ISO100 images and you'll reclaim quite a bit of hidden detail on the 32MP sensor.

That EVF-DC2, I know you're snubbing it, keep your eye out for an inexpensive used one. It's quite useful to have a configurable setup (at times I deliberately leave the EVF-DC2 home, other times I take it; think build your own setup).

Oh, and if you do any video? Don't forget you can program in the quick menu dial digital IS and WB. A common toggle is AWB-W in video (between that and standard AWB) and digital IS (when a prime is mounted that lacks IS)

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