Just pulled the trigger on M6II + 32 f1.4

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thunder storm Senior Member • Posts: 7,587
Re: Just pulled the trigger on M6II + 32 f1.4

Mongrel wrote:

EDWARD ARTISTE wrote:

M50 - image quality was all over the place, ridiculous noise at low iso…..

I wouldn't call it ridiculous, but it can be a bit on the noisy side....

Interesting observation. I have been shooting a refurb M50 for a couple months now. Outdoors in good light it rivals some of the best images I’ve ever taken (or seen).

In good light it's great, but that's true for a lot of cameras.

I have used it for three indoor events with my 580EX speed light and good lenses and the pics look like mush. Like no matter what I do they look about on par my with my twenty year old 20D…

I think my SL1 sensor may actually be better for event usage.

The trick is you shouldn't set the ISO any higher than 200. With a big bouncing speed light and a large aperture lens ( I prefer the sigma 18-35mm f/1.8) for the AF you can still make good pictures.

If it's not possible to do bouncing you're hitting the limits of the system.  The M50 is a good camera with nice colors, but it's not made for high ISO values.

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I love 50mm (equivalence)

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