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sanj

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Re: Another great toy for EOS-M
« Reply #15 on: June 04, 2014, 07:09:00 AM »
Am I the only one looking at this thinking st1 & a pancake please  :o

Was thinking exactly.

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Re: Another great toy for EOS-M
« Reply #16 on: June 07, 2014, 08:39:57 AM »
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE my EOS M! Great little camera.

I was looking on DxO Optics. The 22 mm kit lens on the EOS M - that costs $95 new on eBay - is as sharp as my Canon 24-70 2.8 II on my Canon T4i. Not bad for a $250 camera & lens combo!!  :)

I have a Hoodman viewfinder that I use on my EOS M - same basic thing.

I have found, though, that by turning the LCD to full brightness, I can see it in full sunshine with no problem. 

I tested it, turning fully around in a 360 degree circle. The only place I had trouble was when my face was fully lit my the sun, when my subject was backlit, for about 20 degrees of the arc. I could solve the problem just by tilting a ball cap down trp shade my face.

The rest of the time, I had no problem seeing the LCD with brightness all of the way up.

One tip: You can program the "Trash Can" button to increase the LCD to full brightness. Works great!

Otherwise I use the "Trash Can" button to change ISO. I put the Custom Function to select the mapping of that button on "My Menu."

I never need to change ISO in bright sunlight, so it works perfectly to switch that to the LCD brightness ...

Good luck!
Michael

Good tip!  I'll try give this a try today.
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Re: Another great toy for EOS-M
« Reply #16 on: June 07, 2014, 08:39:57 AM »