Marco Nero

Marco Nero

Lives in Australia Sydney, Australia
Works as a Film Design & Illustration
Has a website at www.instagram.com/nero.marco
Joined on Mar 3, 2003
About me:

Illustrator, Writer, Prospector, Film Designer & Matte Painter.

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  • Canon considers the M50 to be an Entry Level camera in their mirrorless range. For this reason, Canon deliberately withheld this option (remote control connection port) from the M50. . The only way ...
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    I notice you wrote this someplace else. I disagree. Entirely.  Vignetting ONLY applies when the in-camera correction is DISABLED and RAW is used.  And when shooting with RAW you've got a slew of ...
  • I appreciate that you're interested in using EF and possibly EF-S lenses on your new M50 although you asked for opinions or "similar alternatives" so I'm going to take the path less traveled here ...
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  • Some lovely bold color there.  Heck of a sunrise!  You've been gifted with some amazing landscapes where you are!
  • Those were taken with the original EOSM camera so I don't think there was an option for Fine Detail (or even picture styles) back then.  Most of my settings were "default" with just a minor ...
  • The 135mmL with the 6D is a match.  The two work very well together. . It's a magnificent lens on the M-series.  Reasonably affordable too (even for an L-series lens).  I took mine to a friend's ...
  • The EF 100mmL Macro is literally a portrait lens.  Canon actually manufactured it for portraiture work.  That's why the EF 100mmL Macro is 'only' 1:1 Because Canon knows that the public are asking ...
  • These photographs are nice and sharp.  Beautiful detail from this lens.  It's said to be ideal for architecture and landscapes.
  • Hi Rose, I've noticed that Canon lenses with Image Stabilization will generate problems if the lens is uncoupled without turning off the camera and allowing the IS system to stow itself immediately ...
  • The good thing about "wide" lenses on the EOSM is that they crop nicely and become ideal for portrait work. Not 'Ultra Wide' lenses (eg 11-22mm) but the 22mm-30mm focal length range really ...
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    You're welcome.  I occasionally re-post the same images in different threads if they illustrate examples well for the subject raised... but I usually write a reply from scratch each time.  Almost ...
  • As others have noted here, the M3 has the Canon EF-M mount. Any EF-M lens will connect straight onto the body of this camera. If you would like to use any EF and EF-S lenses (normally used on ...
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    "... No depth of field... " (no visible depth) is used to describe the affect of smaller apertures and their inability to produce a shallow depth of field. It means "Zero Depth" and it can also be ...
  • It doesn't outshine the 22mm. These are two very differently purposed lenses... . The EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM lens has no depth of field (DOF) within its images. It produces no visible bokeh ...
  • Replied in Lenses + Choices
    I'm assuming that the EF 24mm prime lens you have is the EF 24mm f/2.8 STM lens.  I'm not going to directly recommend a lens but I will point out some of the strengths and shortcomings of each of ...
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