RECENT POSTS IN EOS M
More Details Regarding Canon Mirrorless Release In 2015 Emerge
We have talked before about the rumor regarding Canon taking mirrorless seriously in 2015, and today, we have some more details about that rumor.
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.
Deal Alert: EOS-M Kit With 22mm Lens Only $249
I just got done talking about how the EOS-M is the basis for my run-n-gun video kit, and what do you know, today we have a great EOS-M deal alert for you all. We don’t normally feature ebay deals, but this one is so good we wanted to pass it along.
Why Small Mirrorless Bodies Are My Best Friend as a Low Budget Shooter
Today, I want to talk about why I chose to ditch my full frame Canon body in favor of having multiple small EOS-M bodies, specifically in relation to my video projects.
3 Ways I Make My EOS M Work Better For Me
I can’t get enough of my EOS M. In fact, I recently bought another one. The power packed into this small mirrorless camera is an amazing tool that I love to use. While using the EOS-M out of the box with EF-M lenses is an overall ok experience, I have found three ways to make the EOS-M work even better for me.
EOS M Deal Alert – Pick A Color, Get The Kit for $250
You will not find a better deal for a Canon system camera than the one I am about to share with you. Right now, over on Ebay you can get your hands on the wonderful EOS M, in any of the three color options available, in the kit with the 18-55mm lens for just $249.99.
The Mirrorless Camera Canon Should Have Made, My EOS M3 Wishlist
I really like my Canon EOS M, really I do. I also know that for many photographers, especially when it was first released, the EOS M just didn’t cut it for a few reasons. But the camera’s failure to sell lies not with the capabilities of the camera, and more with Canon’s treatment of it.