Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L USM

surapon

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EF 17-40 mm F/ 4.0 L with Canon EOS-M

Dear Friends.
This my first test of my new babe EOS-M with my Old EF 17-40 L, with Helliopan ES 77, Cir PL Filter, and walk around my front yards of my home and front door neighbor's home.
Yes, This Set is perfected " walk around shooting " for me---Great / Beautiful Blue sky Colors, Super fast AF, and High contrast in colors.
Enjoy.
Surapon
 

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Re: EF 17-40 mm F/ 4.0 L with Canon EOS-M

This my first test of my new babe EOS-M with my Old EF 17-40 L, with Helliopan ES 77, Cir PL Filter, and walk around my front yards of my home and front door neighbor's home.
 

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surapon

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Re: EF 17-40 mm F/ 4.0 L with Canon EOS-M

This my first test of my new babe EOS-M with my Old EF 17-40 L, with Helliopan ES 77, Cir PL Filter, and walk around my front yards of my home and front door neighbor's home.
Enjoy, and have a great Sunday, my friends.
Surapon
 

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Re: EF 17-40 mm F/ 4.0 L with Canon EOS-M

surapon said:
This my first test of my new babe EOS-M with my Old EF 17-40 L, with Helliopan ES 77, Cir PL Filter, and walk around my front yards of my home and front door neighbor's home.
Enjoy, and have a great Sunday, my friends.
Surapon
Beautiful place to live, dear friend Surapon!
How does the combination small camera + big lens feel in the hand? Is it odd to hold?
Thanks for sharing!
Daniel
 

surapon

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Re: EF 17-40 mm F/ 4.0 L with Canon EOS-M

DanielW said:
surapon said:
This my first test of my new babe EOS-M with my Old EF 17-40 L, with Helliopan ES 77, Cir PL Filter, and walk around my front yards of my home and front door neighbor's home.
Enjoy, and have a great Sunday, my friends.
Surapon
Beautiful place to live, dear friend Surapon!
How does the combination small camera + big lens feel in the hand? Is it odd to hold?
Thanks for sharing!
Daniel
Dear friend Daniel.
Thousand thanks for your good words. " Is it odd to hold?"=No, I use $ 40 Us Dollars Fotodiox Alum. Hand grip with EOS-M and Some of L Bracket to Balance the Big Canon Lens. Yes, Fit to my big hand too.
Have a good work week ahead.
Nice to talk with you.
Surapon


http://www.amazon.com/Fotodiox-Camera-Mirrorless-Digital-Battery/dp/B00GXLWAZI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1386524056&sr=8-1&keywords=Fotodiox+Pro%2C+All+Metal+Black+Camera+Hand+Grip+for+Canon+EOS+M+%28EF-M%29+Mirrorless+Digital+Camera+with+Battery+Access
 

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surapon

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gshocked said:
Hi surapon,

How usable is this set up?? Do you even bother holding the EOS M camera?
Dear my friend gshocked.
Yes, The set up that I use for EOS-M = B Level, Because my big hand.
Please let me tall the truth, For the Big Lens start from 70-200 mm and UP, I would rather use my 1DS, 7D with Battery grip and 5D MK II with battery grip better, But for EOS-M, Just for the Small lenses and Just for Fun and portable camera witch on my belt pack 85% all the times, to use in every day shots such as the people on street shots, because this tiny camera with tiny M lens, make them more comfortable than the big " PRO " cameras.
Nice to talk to you, Sir. Have a great work week.
Surapon
Nice to talk to you
 

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surapon said:
gshocked said:
Hi surapon,

How usable is this set up?? Do you even bother holding the EOS M camera?
Dear my friend gshocked.
Yes, The set up that I use for EOS-M = B Level, Because my big hand.
Please let me tall the truth, For the Big Lens start from 70-200 mm and UP, I would rather use my 1DS, 7D with Battery grip and 5D MK II with battery grip better, But for EOS-M, Just for the Small lenses and Just for Fun and portable camera witch on my belt pack 85% all the times, to use in every day shots such as the people on street shots, because this tiny camera with tiny M lens, make them more comfortable than the big " PRO " cameras.
Nice to talk to you, Sir. Have a great work week.
Surapon
Nice to talk to you
Thanks for sharing how you use it. I like the way to you think!
It's an interesting set up using an EOS-M with a big lens.

Thank you.
 
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Pitspics

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Nice sunset in vienna yesterday... ;D
6D+17-40

yes ,17-40 is not the best quality-performer, but if the subject is nice it doesn´t really matter... ;)
nice weekend!

(sorry, the second one was taken with 24-105... but i don´t know how to erase attachment)
 

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surapon

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Re: EF 17-40 mm F/ 4.0 L with Canon EOS-M

DanielW said:
surapon said:
This my first test of my new babe EOS-M with my Old EF 17-40 L, with Helliopan ES 77, Cir PL Filter, and walk around my front yards of my home and front door neighbor's home.
Enjoy, and have a great Sunday, my friends.
Surapon
Beautiful place to live, dear friend Surapon!
How does the combination small camera + big lens feel in the hand? Is it odd to hold?
Thanks for sharing!
Daniel

THANKSSSS, Dear Daniel my friend.
Now, I just use EF-M Lenses, Both 22 mm and 18-55 MM. with Cir. PL filter and shoot every thing in front of my eyes, And They on my Belly belt/ Fanny Pack with me 85% of my daily routine---Except go to the bath room---Ha, Ha, Ha.
Have a great weekend, Sir.
Surapon

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