I might want to use the camera on a multi shoot.
Any I think any mirrorless camera looks a bit ridiculous with anything other than a pancake on it. So if I'm going to get sneered at, i might as well get sneered at with lenses I already have.
So far about 2 folk have given useful answers. I'm not asking about a Leica or a fuji.
I'm asking about the EOS M. I will either buy or not buy an EOS M. I am interested in how your EOS M has worked for you.
If you don't use an EOS M then start a new thread to talk about what you would buy instead, I didn't ask and don't care. I can work google.
If anybody else has an EOS M and useful germaine advice to offer then great!
It will be interesting to see what potential magic lantern unlock with this puppy
I guess this will be of more interest to you too since you do mainly video, I am hoping for ML
adding intervalometer to it so i can use it for a timelapse camera for weddings and events
(no need to worry about burning through shutters, light easy to mount in different places) battey life
might be my main issue with this but i'll see how it goes I'm also more interested in using the EOS-M for video
to complement my other stuff so very keen to see what ML unlocks.
as a side note i did a bit of a studio comparison with
EOS-M + 18-55 STM kit lens
600D + 18-55 EF-S kit lens
5Dmk2 + 28-90 old school lens
5Dmk2 + 24-105L
5Dmk3 + 24-70L
and the EOS-M blew the doors off the 600D and kit lens stopped down the EF-M kit lens is SHARP whereas the EF-S kit lens never really gets there.
also in a studio environment the touch to shoot was useless as the screen is black until you touch it
so it total guesswork, so I thought i'd give the shutter button a go and...
Using the shutter button with studio lights the AF is fast probably at least on a par with the 600D and kit lens combo however you still have to hold the shutter half way and sort out your composition once the screen shows up so there is a bit of a delay due to composing, I was very suprised. I think the AF can be fixed and it will just take some effort on canons part to do so.