Dear Sir, Mr. Dustin
I already order my EOS-M with 22 mm Lens and EOS-M-EF Lens adaptor, Should get with in 3-4 days. The Question is, Should I order The Grip too ? ( Cheap and may be Good for my Big Hand , and When I use with Big EF Lenses)
Thank you, Sir.
Surapon, I'm not personally familiar with that grip. You might want to wait until you the camera in hand and then decide for yourself. It does look like a nice accessory.
Thanks you, Sir, Dear Dustin.
Yes, I will wait until the EOS-M in my hand and try first.
Another Question sir : Canon Recommend The Card = SDXC( In Canon Web Site), But in my local camera shop, have only SDHC , MARK 10 = 60MB/s = 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. Can I use this Card = SDHC, ? and Can I put all eggs in one basket ( 64 GB) or Separate eggs in many Basket ( 4 of 16 GB).?---Which one will you do ?
Thank you, Sir.
Surapon, I have read many places that the EOS-M only supports 45 MB/s write speeds, so anything faster is a waste of money. Here's the card I bought for my M:
It's on sale at B&H and Adorama for $30 right now.
Thanks you, Sir Dear Mr. mackguyver.
Thanks for your great infor. I will order from B&H, Now.
Have a good Monday, Sir.
PS, Which card that you prefer 8, 16, 32 or 64 GB, Sir ?
I usually buy the 32GB cards - I think they are the best value right now in terms of GB/$ and useful storage - around 1,000 shots on a 18MP camera, 600+ on my 5D3. I find that 1,000 is about the most I feel comfortable putting on a single card, too. This works for the way I shoot, and my typical shooting day is about 300-600 photos outdoors/on-location, and around 100 in the studio for most work. For the M, I probably won't shoot more than 100-200 shots, but the 32GB isn't much more than the 16GB right now.