M19

Joined on Jan 26, 2018

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  • I see yours have issues even on MF, mine only has AF issues.
  • Maybe you're experiencing what I'm experiencing, mine is having back focus in the 24-35mm range.
  • That's one thing I have to agree though, and should be another M6 II shortcoming. The M6 II's electronic level is distracting, and it's a far cry from the inconspicuous electronic level of the M5. ...
  • It's just not the same, and the level can be used without a reference. Some you want to just keep the picture aligned. The grid does help somewhat though, and it's always on during my shoot anyway.
  • Probably, but then again, why did the camera chose correctly on the 18-150mm, with the 18-150mm being slightly darker at f/5 as opposed to the 15-45's f/5.6 aperture @ 32mm. Furthermore why was ...
  • 11. You can't use AF + Tracking with the Electronic Level at the same time. As per Canon's infinite wisdom, you just can't do this with the M6 II.
  • Maybe, I just noticed it on close focusing distances. If I shoot at a subject further away say 3-4 feet away, I don't see the back focus, but it might be back focusing it's just that it was made ...
  • Agreed, but I opted for the term back focusing to describe the behavior since it was consistent, and not just sporadically focusing.
  • I did try some tests with single point AF on the 15-45mm, but the results were the same. But personally I would prefer to use AF + tracking, simply because that's the AF that I'm going to use most ...
  • 15-45mm Kit 18-150mm Kit 32mm prime If you look really close the coca-cola can is soft on the 15-45mm, but the wire connecting the keychain to the lanyard is sharp. Also look at the shutter speed, ...
  • Actually the speed of light changes on a medium it's travelling in. Light is slowed by 30% when they travel through glass (vs. vacuum), in any case what you mention is also correct. It's the ...
  • If your only issue is the lens, then why not get a kit with the 18-150mm instead? Sure the 18-150mm is larger and heavier, but it's only 170g heavier; and you'll get the longer zoom range. I have ...
  • Focusing mode is AF + Tracking for all shots. I did some manual focus in 1 to 2 occasions just to verify that it is indeed back focused. It's hard to describe, but constrasty enough. I'll try to ...
  • I just got mine today, LOL, I should have replied here first before posting a new thread. In any case, mine has back focusing issues in the 28-35mm range when focusing at relatively close ...
  • Created discussion thread 15-45mm Back Focusing
    Ok I got a sweet deal for an M6 II which came bundled with the 15-45mm and an EVF. While I consider the 15-45mm is practically just a free add-on in the bundle, I got curious on how it really ...
  • Thanks for the feedback! After some searching here and there it seems dpreview mentioned it in their M6 II review. It's 46ms.
  • Have you tried looking at Lazada? I see some deals there that are better than adorama / bhphotovideo. An M6 II + kit + EVF only costs $880 (taxes included) in Lazada but costs $999 in US sites ...
  • Hi, Has anyone been using their M6 II electronic shutter? Any feedback how's the rolling shutter in electronic shutter mode look like? I'm assuming that it'll be pretty bad considering it's 32MPix, ...
  • I think they were referring to this product: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1221611-REG/canon_1431c001_dr_e17_dc_coupler.html?ap=y&smp=y&currency=EUR&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIsvKx0tHn5gIVhQ4rCh1Yq ...
  • Maybe something like an M1? Hopefully with 4K60 and C-Log. Ala 1DX III on an EOS M-ish body, with a similar buffer and maybe even a CFExpress Slot. It would be costly though, I think $1900 won't ...
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