Canon Research

 

http://filmmakeriq.com/2012/11/first-impressions-of-the-canon-mirrorless-eos-m/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+filmmakeriq+%28Filmmaker+IQ%29

http://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2012/10/eos-m-first-impressions

 of LensRentals gives his take on the Canon Mirrorless EOS-M camera. But most importantly, it gave him (and us) a chance to post this picture of the tiny camera sitting on the end of a Sigma 200-500mm.”

“My favorite part of today’s tests, though, weren’t the lenses. It was the EF-EOS-M adapter. No one has done adapters better. No one. We shot a variety of Canon EF lenses on it and they all were flawless. Autofocus like a dream, at least as fast as the native EOS-M lenses (more on that later), automatic vignetting control works perfectly, it was wonderful. Even some third-party lenses adapt rather nicely, like our new favorite Sigma.”

It is the best of mirrorless, it is the worst or mirrorless, it is the camera of wise choices, it is the camera of foolishness, it is the epoch of accurate autofocus, it is the epoch of slow autofocus. In other words, I’ve got mixed emotions.

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