I like the little guy. Not very powerful but very portable and does a relatively decent job for what it can do. It's more powerful than the built-in flash in many high-end mirrorless cameras. And it can trigger my 600-RT.
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thanks MrFotoFool for the link. I might order one for same reason.It takes time to get the screw-in cap off, but it's good when in the bag/pocket. Will go to my local camera store to see if an old styled side pinch cap could be found. Very thick cap with a tiny hood on a pancake lens. Sometimes just couldn't figure out what the designer was thinking.
I will add more M lenses, only in pancake style.
.Those with the original firmware would be sold at higher price as they were truly the "original" M by Canon.
Twenty years from now, this first M will be sold on ebay as a "classic," and all the nostalgia buffs will pay top dollar for them.
Hang on to them if you've got them.
Joby Gorillapod, probably the Hybrid model.+1. I love this tripod.
Sony RX-1 is a fine sample that small body camera can produce EXCELLENT images. If Sony can release RX-2 with exchangeable lenses....DSLR could take a big hit. And if AF speed can focus as fast as DSLR...well, I will drop all my current gear and say "hello" to Sony.
Until then...I'll enjoy my 5D III + L lenses
So does anyone know if dealers honor the actual rebates or is this only from Canon direct? The 6D + 24-105 lens package has a $200 rebate bringing it down to $2399. But it's already $2399 from B+H and Amazon. Will they still give the $200 off? Just not super clear how it works. And this is the camera that I have been thinking of upgrading to.
No, you won't get the rebate on top of the current discount prices. They'll raise the price then apply the rebate, maybe prices will be $50 less than current on higher end items, maybe no change after the rebate.
6. Now, what your #1, can't survive without it, lens?