I had the version I and was never particularly impressed by the sharpness. It's main selling point was the f2.8 constant maximum aperture and IS. The version II is very sharp for a zoom and the IS improvement is significant as well.
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He's using a pro body.
Because in Europe (UK) for the EOS M + 22mm + adapter and the free flash, we will have the privilege of paying...
£879.99 or $1363.98.
Still feel hard done by?
I currently use the Amod GPS receiver which works quite well. However, if this project works well then it would also be a good purchase and would cut out an extra software step. The price also seems reasonable. I suppose one of the drawbacks is that it can't be used with a hotshoe flash?
Addendum---- looks like it can also work with USB
And how is APS-H any better? I always felt like it was the worst choice for wide-normal FLs (the ones you would normally use on a mirrorless camera). There is no decent non-L fast-50 Canon equivalent for APS-H (IMHO 35/2 is pretty bad). I guess that 28/1.8USM is a decent 35 on 1.3 crop, but that's all... It may be acceptable if they produce some nice APS-H format primes (like 12mm, 28mm, 40mm, 75mm), but then again it would fail at adapting EF/EF-S lenses (in term of vignetting, black edges and awkward FLs) and that's a deal-breaker for someone like me.