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Old Jul 26, 2013, 6:53 PM   #1
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Default What is the EOS-M good for?

After a couple week of shooting with 4 EF and EF-S lenses indoors and outdoors. I have concluded that this camera is great for indoor shooting like parties, birthdays, banquets and social events. For outdoors, it is good for group shots, landscapes, closeups, portraits and anything which doesn't move. You may need a LCD Viewfinder V6 (available from EBay) for shooting under bright daylight.

There is a reason why this camera is now selling at deep discount because of a couple deficiencies: slow AF and lack of an EVF. However, the picture quality is excellent if you have quality optics. I would not recommend this camera to anyone who is not a current Canon DSLR owner and does not have any quality EF or EF-S lenses in his/her collection.
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