tomwilde

Joined on Jun 12, 2018

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  • To me: Silent - no. Loud - no. Noticeable to people nearby - yes.
  • Even the humble Canon M100 has an LCD that can tilt and flip. This SIGMA apparently just has a fixed LCD.

  • Then don't hold it at arm's length. :-)
  • One reviewer's opinion: "I will suggest switching the Picture Style to Fine Detail, or at the very least avoiding "Auto," because you will get much better color reproduction if you stay away from ...
  • Replied in When?...
    False. It's just that the features are accessed via a well designed touch screen, rather than a mode dial. It has all the various modes, customizable picture styles, customizable white ...
  • Replied in When?...
    If a person is open to having a "belt pouch camera" rather than a "pocket camera", I think the M100 is a nice alternative to a G7 X II. I compare the two, because they both have the same ...
  • I don't use either an EVF or an OVF. I have a humble Canon M100 snapshot camera, and with the exception of supersunny-outdoor conditions, a tilt-LCD is extremely pleasant to work with. I have ...
  • Replied in I have both
    It's not what he wants, but I consider the M100 to be the Big Lens Brother of the G7 X II, in that they both have the same no-viewfinder, no-hotshoe form factor. The M100 is only $400 (with lens), ...
  • (tongue in cheek)  I have an M100. These photos are annoying, because I can't blame the camera for the fact that I don't take great photos. :-)
  • Many people buy entry-level interchangeable-lens-cameras, and never go beyond the kit lens. Alternately, you can put on a different lens of your choice, and never change it. I had an ancient ...
  • Canon calls them Picture Styles.
  • Replied in When G7X III ?
    I have no interest in buying a high-end smartphone. Just pretend that the Canon M100 is the G7 X III. :-) After all, they both have the same no-viewfinder , no-hotshoe, small body, form factor, ...
  • A recent DPR review of a different brand of camera concluded: "Not so good for: Those photographers seeking a more engaging or more fun shooting experience..." No thank you. I don't care how many ...
  • To me, the M100 is an Honorary Powershot.  :-) It has the same no-viewfinder, no-hotshoe form factor as the G7 X, and a comparably small body. The kit lens isn't that small though.
  • One reviewers opinion: "I will suggest switching the Picture Style to Fine Detail, or at the very least avoiding "Auto," because you will get much better color reproduction if you stay away from ...
  • One reason I got a Canon M100 rather than a Canon SL2 is that I don't appreciate being gawked at. I would rather "fly under the radar". And if you are an adult male with a DSLR, you must be a ...
  • I'm just a casual snapper. "It's a fun camera to use." - DPR review of the camera that I bought I have no interest in screwing around with poorly designed menu systems. At least two brands are ...
  • I'm one of those people who has a hard time finding subjects that interest me. This message chain reminded me that bridges can be a very interesting subject. When the weather gets nicer, I'm going ...
  • In their review of the M100, Imaging Resource wrote "I will suggest switching the Picture Style to Fine Detail, or at the very least avoiding "Auto," because you will get much better color ...
  • Replied in Thom Hogan
    Me too. One reason I bought an M100 is that it's inexpensive, so I wouldn't feel guilty if I don't use it much. Another reason I bought it is that it's unobtrusive. I'm not a fan of being gawked ...
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