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By: mate_siket (Jan 14, 2018)
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Is there any method to set custom iso, for example, 160 on eos m10?
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Hi, I recently got my M10 and 22mm 2.0 but I have been quite disappointed with the amount of bokeh that I get when I am taking portraits. So I have been looking into some other lenses that may give better results and after extensive searching online, it seems like either 50mm 1.8 or 1.4 is a reasonable option for me. But seeing that 50mm 1.8 is only 0.2 different from my 22mm in terms of focal length, I was wondering if this would still make a whole difference in terms of bokeh.. or would...
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The older version is almost half the price of the newer one, but has newer sensor, image processor, af system, 1080 60fps. The m10 is discontinued now.
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Hello all, First time posting here, as I need a bit of advice from you. I want to shoot pics of tango dancers in a milonga (that is a social dance), like this: https://www.flickr.com/photos/pforret/4160045989/ These are not stage dancers, but normal people moving not so fast; however, as you can see, the light is dim, and I don't want to use flash to disturb the dancers. My kit is Canon M10 + EF 50 mm 1.8 II, which gives me nice background blurring and light for the pictures. However, using...
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I want to take photos at a party where some medium-paced group dancing will be involved (an Indian Navaratri festival to be exact) so I was wondering which is the better way to go about it. My fastest aperture is limited to f3.5 at 15mm because I only have the 15-45 lens with EOS M10.  The autofocus isn't the fastest on the M series cameras so is it safer to just set the focus zone manually (I have a DOF app) and go with a fast shutter speed?  Thanks for you ideas!
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By: oudjunk (Jun 5, 2017)
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I own the canon eos m10. in some situations, the auto focus of m10 were terrible and that is problem when i take candid photos. I'm not sure M6 kill this problem and worth to buy it? Anyone own both of them?  Thanks for any suggestions. Chalat.
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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.
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I bought the canon lens 200mm f2.8L and i just wanted to try how would it be when i took pictures in low light situation ( cloudy , around 6:30 pm (quite dark in my country). all of pictures were taken by the canon eos m10 with adapter. picture:    and the picture below were taken by the canon ef-m lens 55-200mm f4.5-6.3 ( good light and different time)  Thank you for any suggestions. Chalat.
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I'm currently using a 1DX and would like to have a lighter APS body for telephoto lenses. I feel hesitant about the M6 because it is said to have a polycarbonate body. I'm wondering if I could use it confidently with an EF 300mm F/2.8 lens (plus adapter). I understand that I should always support the lens with such a setup. But I think one accustomed to bigger cameras may still accidentally raise the combination by only holding the camera, since the 300mm is very handholdable. Any comments...
By: kanne89 (Feb 27, 2017)
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Hello -  Not sure if this is the right place to post this question, and honestly have no clue what I'm doing, but after hours of research online with no such luck, I found myself more confused than ever.  I am currently seeking a camera to buy, mainly to be used for traveling. Part of the time though, I'll be using it to help my mom with her real estate business, so the camera would need to allow for a wide angle lens. I am leaning more towards a mirrorless camera because it is compact and...
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