« on: February 06, 2015, 02:02:21 PM »
Since the M3 isn't actually out, I can only make assumptions that the M1 mount = M3 mount and that all the adapters I've bought will work. Recently I bought several on buy.com for under $50.00. This means that ALL my Canon lenses work on my M1 cameras. If Canon would re-visit their poor decision (seems poor to me) not to market something they will already have to the US, I would issue a pre-order at the $600 level to gain the extra MP's. I also shoot with a D7100 and find 24 MP is more of a sweet spot for these APS-C sized sensors.Does anybody know, if the M3 works with Canon EF lenses? How will be the performance of the AF system?There is an adapter to convert the EF-M to EF mount available that allows you to mount EF glass on the M series cameras. I see no reason this would not work on the M3.
The price is high, but so I can use my bought leneses on this mlc too
Only Canon makes an EVF camera that (with adapter) can fit ALL of it's lenses. At least to the best of my knowledge. And now I find out they don't want to sell it to me. This kind of treatment is why I got tired of this kind of game and started buying Nikon lenses and cameras. It is true that they too had a whole lens line for the small cameras but the sensors were also smaller than APS-C. I'm interested in a mirrorless camera that has at least an APS-C sensor that takes either Canon or Nikon lens (ALL lenses) with or without an adapter where the adapter can provide the FULL functionality (including AF and VR) of the lens. As far as I know, the M1, M2, and M3 are the only cameras that meet that metric of using their own lenses (even when it requires an adapter like Canon -no glass inside). Am I wrong?