Canon EF-M 22mm f/2 STM
Announced Jul 23, 2012 •
Wideangle prime lens | Canon EF-M | 5985B002
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I always take portrait photos by canon ef 50 f1.8. sometimes i have to step back a lot and i can't take picture in some situation. I have the canon eos m10 and I'm wondering how is portrait from this lens. can anyone share the portrait from this lens? I see a lot of review of this lens but they usually post the pictures of other style. Thanks. ps. sorry for my bad English.
So, last week, my wife had a little accident with our camera. Luckily, the main body didn't suffer any damage but we shattered the "smudge glass." ( I have no idea what this glass is called so smudge glass seems to be a good name in my mind) All the other parts of the lens assembly seem to be undamaged so I hate to just throw it out and spend the money replacing it. I have looked all over for guides on disassembly and replacement but I can't even figure out what the official name of the glass...
Hello everyone, Not long ago I moved to EOS M2 (from EOS 100D) and I'm very happy for now - I'm even thinking that I'll sell my 100D soon as I feel comfortable enough with the M2 as my only camera. I've used the M2 with KIT EF-M 22mm, EF-M 18-55mm - which work great and making very decent pictures. I tried my Sigma 18-200mm C with adapter and I found out that the Sigma is really having hard time focusing. Now I'm thinking of buying a relatively compact super zoom lens - I probably buy EF/EF-S...
By: SaturN Frak (Dec 14, 2015)
Hello, I'm an owner of SL1 and "Sigma 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 DC Macro OS HSM | C" and mainly shot on hiking and city trips. I'm thinking of moving to/buying EOS M3/M10 + with 22mm f2 in order to gain more portability and still saving the super zoom capabilities so I'm wondering whether my current Sigma lens will work on the mirrorless new camera. I saw that Canon published a list of lenses that won't focus nicely with the...
Hi, Am looking to get a first prime lens for my EOS-M and have a couple of choices. Am looking for a lens that works well in low light, creates decent bokeh and has a versatile focal length, whilst being within my budget. Any advice is most welcome. CANON mount apapter EF-EOS-M + CANON EF 50mm f/1.8 II (or possibly the STM version) or.... CANON EF-M 22mm f/2 STM --"Great things are done when men and mountains meet." William Blake.
Hello people, I'm planning to buy a M2, a friend of mine will bring it from Japan. I always had point and shot cams and decided to enter the "real photography world" by the mirrorless door. Size did count a lot to this. Selecting which can I will buy, stumbled accross this M2, which seems to always bring mixed feelings to it's owners. I really liked the size, lenses quality and the possibility to use other canon lens via adapter (which I have none, but its always cheaper than equivalent sony...
Is the EF-M 22mm sold in a retail package? Because I just bought one on Amazon from a third party seller and expected it in a nice Canon box, but instead I received the bulk gray package with no logos. Maybe it was part of a kit? I'm not sure if returning it, the amazon one is 40$ more (190 euros instead of 225 euros, yeah we don't have your amazing 99$ price over here...) Thank you so much
By: PSonoda (Sep 15, 2013)
I was looking through my pictures and I noticed that the focal length reported for the 22mm f2 lens was 55mm... I know it's my cat, but he is a willing model so... But you can see the lens is reported one way but the focal length the other. One is WRONG! I also checked the raw file with the same results. Could this happen by changing lenses with the power on? I also have the 11-55 EF M lens as well. Actually, I am not sure if the lens is reported wrong of the focal length. Come to think...
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