lumenite

Joined on May 12, 2014

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  • Agreed. I would choose m100 over m3 for its compactness and better AF.
  • I wonder if the new adapter would support EFS. Of course, its M43 version does. It would be very good, especially for M50's cropped 4K with EFS lenses. Some say that Sigma 30 1.4 DC with the ...
  • You can add some manual lenses to your list. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/60744057
  • The renewal of the kit lens is one of the fundamental tasks for the entry level. Look at many versions of EFS 18-55. Canon will keep on updating their 15-45 several times.
  • Canon would continue EOS M line, but it is very doubtful to looking forward to seeing the advanced bodies like 7D and lenses like EFM 17-55 F/2.8. I like and enjoy the current EOS M bodies and ...
  • I have no idea as to your "going strong." IMO, to be strong sounds to be like fuji lineup. I do not expect Canon would do that. However, I strongly believe Canon will continue their EOS M line ...
  • Replied in No
    Drop-in filters in EF/RF adapter are for EF lenses, not for RF lenses. Likewise, if Canon released it for EF/EFM adaptation, they would be for EF lenses, not for EF-M lenses. But I do not think it ...
  • Replied in No
    I do not think that they would. EOS R is for advanced users, while EOS M is for compactness.
  • Samyang/Rokinon lenses are told to be wonderful. Consult Dustin's reviews on them and other brands as well. https://dustinabbott.net/category/lens-reviews/ I have one manual lens from Rokinon, ...
  • +1. For the past two months, I used EFS 55-250 a lot. My son's sports season was just over.
  • In addition to 4mm wider view, you will get a better image quality. 11-22 is a higher class lens while 15-45 is a mediocre lens. You can search some FOV comparisons easily on the net, especially ...
  • I like my 50 1.4 because it has been my companion since I got a first Canon film camera in 2003. I am satisfied with its performance since I does not do pixel peeping nor take photos in full ...
  • What kind of apsc camera is wanted more: compact eos m style or eos r type apsc? However, for either way, Canon will not provide lens selection for aps c bodies like Fujifilm. We can surely tell ...
  • It is very interesting whether a thing is defective or not depends on the owner. IMO, whether a thing is good or not may be decided by its owner. If the owner is satisfied or happy with it, it is ...
  • Although I am using 50 1.4, I would buy 50 1.8 STM if I started from scratch. STM offers more silent AF, which is required for video. 50 1.8 is cheaper and smaller.
  • Replied in another review
    Good job. Thank you. Anyone who is interested in 32mm can look around another review. https://www.popco.net/zboard/view.php?id=dica_review&no=1081 Although it is written in Korean, the pictures are ...
  • Replied in EOS M50 vs M5
    Mine is 55-250 STM, while yours does not seem so. Anyway, AF with mine is good enough for my use. I use Canon adapter. Here is a sample of mine. I tried Viltrox adapter, but it failed in terms of ...
  • +1. Only if OP does not have APSC DSLR.
  • Replied in EOS M50 vs M5
    I am using EFS 55-250 IS STM through EF-to-EFM adapter with M5. It works very well. If you do not have to keep the size of the whole package small, you do not have to replace EFS 55-250 for EFM ...
  • I agree. That is one reason why I use these glasses with M5. :) I like Christopher's reviews. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EE_kupWmZ9Y Around 5:40, he is testing 50/1.4 with APS-C. My main ...
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