RECENT POSTS IN EF-m
Sigma Announces Canon EF-M Lenses and Mount Conversion Service, And Fuji X-Mount Lenses May Be Coming Soon?
Sigma launches three Canon EF-M Lenses and a Mount Conversion Service, expanding their line up once again giving photographers more options to create with. Additionally, it’s rumored that Fuji X-mount glass may not be that far away from happening!
Canon M50 | First Hands On Shoot
A surprising little camera that will be familiar to anyone who uses it.
Canon Working on a New EF-M 85mm F/1.8?
Would you like to see Canon reinvigorate the EF-M line with some high-quality lenses like an 85 F/1.8?
New Canon EF-M 18-55mm Coming Down the Pipes?
If you think Sony’s FE mount has little options in the way of lenses, you have not seen Canon’s EF-M lens lineup.
Canon Confirms Development of 100-400mm DO & More DO/EF-M Lenses
One of the big rumors leading into Photokina was that Canon would be releasing the new 100-400mm replacement along with the 7D Mark II. However, that never panned out and the 7D Mark II was announced without the 100-400mm. In a recent c|net interview though, Canon confirmed the development of the 100-400mm lens.
Vello EXT-CME AF Extension Tube Set – Full Review
I am always looking for ways to get more out of my EOS-M than just for video like I normally use them for. I figured macro photography could be a fun way to play with these little cameras, so I put in an order to B&H and below is the resulting review for these Vello EXT-CME AF Extension Tubes.
Canon Announces New 55-200mm EF-M Lens
Canon just can’t seem to make up their mind about their mirrorless EF-M system. News broke during the last few months that Canon USA had virtually wiped all mention of the EOS-M from their website, and now it seems that they have announced a new EF-M 55-200mm lens (not in the USA though).
New Canon Patent Points to More EF-M Lenses On The Way
Despite appearing to completely abandon the EOS-M and EOS-M2, Canon has always said that more lenses for their failed mirrorless system would be coming. Though, given how thoroughly the system bombed here in the US it is somewhat surprising to see that those plans seem to have remained the same.