JRET

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Joined on Mar 18, 2009

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  • Congrats on the M50 ... it's #1 on my list to upgrade my M1 & M2 bodies, especially for travel.  I own/use regularly the 22mm, 11-22, 18-55, and 55-200 (all native M) and like them all.  My ...
  • If I understand correctly ... use BlueTooth - then pair & setup once connected with Canon Connect the GPS info will automatically update images on the camera without having to transfer any images ...
  • First, thank you for the detailed explanation of the M50 menu layout.  At the moment, the M50 is #1 on my short list to replace my M(1) and/or M2, especially for travel photography where I like to ...
  • Thanks for the reply ... it helps. But I'm reading that the M50 may not function the same as the M5/M6 and I hope to learn exactly how the M50 behaves.  Hopefully one or more M50 owners will chime ...
  • Created discussion thread M50 & GPS question
    I don't have the M50 ... yet!  I've searched & read as much as I could find about the M50 geotagging photos and I still have a few unanswered questions.  It would be most helpful if any M50 owners ...
  • Very Nice !
  • There are very few "good" alternatives to the EF-M 22 and virtually none are cost effective.  The EF-M 22 is the shining star in the M-series lens line up.  The 11-22 is also quite good ... images ...
  • Replied in Safari
    M50 + Adapter + 100-400L sounds good.  A Photo Safari is on my bucket list and, if going today, I would take a couple of bodies (full frame & crop (M) plus 3-4 lenses that would work on both ...
  • Replied in Safari
    I'm curious about this also ... what lenses?
  • My best ( and favorite ) native M lenses are the 22mm & 11-22mm and as stated earlier they are distinctly different and serve different purposes.  You won't be disappointed if you add both to your kit.
  • I'm not quite ready for mirrorless-only ... I have 4 DSLR bodies, including 1 full frame and 2 M bodies with plans to upgrade to the M50 or whatever follows it. For my purposes the M kit is an ...
  • Very nice capture ... impressive use of the M50 and the 100 macro.
  • I like mine & use it frequently.  I especially like the metal mount and wish all the M lenses had metal mounts.
  • I own (and like very much) the original M and the M2.  Earlier this week I "held" the M50 and was favorably impressed .... it's definitely on my short list to add to my M kit, giving me 3 bodies/5 ...
  • I've not found a way to run an M camera directly from an extended capacity battery but there is a workaround that works nicely with my original M & M2.  Check the battery door on your M50 for a ...
  • Totally agree ... My goto body is the 6D, mainly when I'm shooting an event with inadequate lighting.  The 80D & the M2 can't keep up with the 6D in those conditions.  Outside, with good light, ...
  • I have the 22, 11-22, 18-55, 55-200, and adapter for my ef & ef-s lenses, so I'm looking for the body only, possibly the 18-150 but not totally certain that lens would fit into my plan.  I've seen ...
  • 6D is a much better choice.  The 6D & 35 f/2 IS combo is excellent.  The 24-105 (already mentioned) is extremely versatile and would serve you well.  Watch for a 6D/24-105 kit on sale.  Other ...
  • Check out Canon Price Watch - cpricewatch.com - 10% & 15% sales come up from time to time and you have to be ready to pull the trigger as the popular lenses sell out quickly. Canon refurb lenses ...
  • This the the AC power adapter I'm using.  It works perfectly with my M & M2 and is quite convenient as long as you have AC power readily available.  When AC power is not handy I've successfully ...
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