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Pros: Great upgrade compare to the EOS M, nice tilt screen, settings close to a DSLR, new sensor 24 MP, EF adapter, all the set of your EF lens can be used.
Cons: EF M 18-55 STM very bad compare to EF lens, low duration of the battery.
Opinion: very good for a backup camera when you have a 5DIII, the quality of the pictures is nice with EF lens with adapter.The tilt screen is very useful for street photography and discreet.Waiting for the EF M 22 f/2 STM to have the camera wherever I go. Interesting to use it with a long lens with a tripod : 1.6x factor. AF is enough fast for landscape and street photography but not enough fast to follow running mammals
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Pros:Light, ergonomic, intuitive and simple to use even for those who are novice but who wants to become a true professional, controllable by smartphones
Cons:Slow autofocus (with non-native lenses it is even more, it also depends on the lens), the View Finder takes time to turn on once leaning the eye to it, and slow once taken the photo also in reduced quality
Opinion:Perfect machine for those who want to start getting serious. The machine is light and ergonomic even for those who have big hands. I use it for six years now and I have to say that it is perfect for those who want to be with a light weight but with the power of a real entry level SLR already advanced. With the addition of the viewfinder View finder you will have more precision and versatility. Unsuitable for sports events or action if you want to shoot in AF (autofocus). The machine has a crazy quality to be an APS-C from 24.2 MP. It will be the car that will make you decide which way to take.
Pros:Pro but compact body, direct controls, excellent resolution, built-in flash, good autofocus also with adaptive optics, exposure compensation in M.
Cons:Hard compensation ring, improved tilting monitor, good files but not at the level of the latest Canon sensors.
Opinion:Taken to replace the M, I finally found a well-built body, with the right grip, profusion controls, customizable buttons (although the top compensation ring is very hard). Excellent possibility to mount the optional viewfinder and be able to shoot with telephoto lenses in complete safety, as well as having the small built-in flash. The autofocus is responsive and has never disappointed me, even with adaptive optics and multiplier, something almost unbelievable. The files are good, well workable, one step ahead of the old 18 mpx sensor, although perhaps not at the height of the latest generation from 24 mpx. I'm not convinced at all the mechanism of the monitor tilting, but still very useful for creative shots, combined with the touch screen, always good and responsive. Useful the focus peacking, as well as the exposure compensation in M, which I do not find on the 6d or other Canon machines of medium high level. I would say a really complete machine, without any obvious weakness and no lack.
Pros:Constructive quality - photo quality in good light conditions - responsive touch screen.
Cons:Slow AF - Servo AF unusable - ISO 3200 limit - Difficult shadow recovery.
Opinion:I bought it, even on the advice of some users of the forum and I resold it (reluctantly) after two months of use because of the performance of the AF that does not allow it to have that reactivity that is used for street photography. Precise that for a "home" use can be more than good but personally I was hoping for something faster. Even in the evening it has difficulty (with 18-55) to hook the AF, making lose "the moment" .rnI tried also to make some videos and the quality I have to say that I like it. But even here, .... AF is slow !!! Needless to set the AF servo, the AF-C and so on: before it understands what to focus on, it enchants on the blurred and the engine back and forth multiple times before stabilizing (if you hook the subject) .rn positives, I must say that I really liked the feeling with the handle and the quality perceived by touch. It gives the feelingof a solid car built to last. The menu is intuitive (much more than Nikon) and allows you to easily reach all settings. The touch screen is precise and usable like that of a smartphone.rnThe quality of the photos is notable especially in good light, with detailed and clean files. The limit of use of ISO, in my opinion, is 3200: over the grain is too intrusive making recovery difficult in PP. For scenes with high contrast, I noticed that the recovery of areas in the shade is quite limited (unlike what I can do with my D7200). In summary, I recommend this machine only to those who intend to make a use limited to still / posing subjects, landscapes and more generally to situations where the speed of focusing is not a priority. Had not had this gap, it would still be to my fiannrnFor who reads and wondered if I was going to take a M6 / M5 with fast AF, I answer that the temptation c% 26 # 39; is but after this experience, I prefer to orient myself on other systems whose AF speed is widely proven (read Panasonic / Olympus) .--
Pros:Touch on LCD - Raw and JPEG quality - Canon - hdr compatibility and free handshake with low light (3 and 4 shots in succession) in camera
Cons:AF area too wide - questionable ergonomics - tilting LCD - just AF acceptable AF reactivity (with non EfM optics)
Opinion:Currently used exclusively with EF optics via original adapter and with vintage optics - the touch is comfortable and responsive allowing to cover the entire AF frame with AF points - it impressed me the sensor output in general but it surprised me how much it can produce in critical situations using "snapshot light" automation and the ability to assign functions to specific ringers or buttons - materials and assembly look great - AF spot area too wide, focusing on small subjects hooks up the background - LCD only tilting (did it take so much to make it fully articulated?) - sleeves with fluidity from cheap compass - sensitive buttons and wire, it is practically impossible to find them on the fly without looking at them, being crammed into a tiny body you risk to press that close, since they do not feel to-the-flash almost useless flash with mounted adapter plugs that shield it - even with 50 f. 1.8 STM mounted on the adapter is unbalanced, you have to cling to the body instead of supporting it and this makes it + slow all the maneuverre on the controls - focus peakig, a pretty almost unnecessary function, is uncertain unless the subject is stationary and well away from the background - the menu is good - essentially good cpn machine useful automation and voted for its use with the native optics - I find it indispensable the optional viewfinder (expensive) - ergonomics apart I'm fine both as AF or as rendered with sigma 15 mm fish eye - 35 mm f 2 is --- rn
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