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Browsing Archive: October, 2014

Canon release a new 24mm EF-S STM pancake prime for their crop sensor DSLR's

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Sunday, October 5, 2014,
Image source : Canon


Although the 40mm EF Pancake STM was a corker of a prime lens, there was something a little restrictive about it's 40mm angle on an APS-C sensor. Sure, the pictures it produced were extremely crisp even at the f2.8 aperture thanks to it using the same UDF like coating found in L lenses, in fact it was even sharper and vastly more capable of retaining more detail than a number of actual L lenses also, there was also no barrel distortion at all with it being an EF lens on a ...
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The Canon EOS-M suddenly becomes much more attractive as a potential secondary compact or backup picture box with RAW still image shooting capabilities…(…@ less than or around half price)

Posted by Eksovichea Tito Hak on Friday, October 3, 2014,
image source : Canon UK

I've always been a firm advocate of Sony's line of Alpha NEX mirrorless compacts as far as mirrorless APS-C based snapper gear goes, this is despite being a long time Canon user. However with a recent significant sharp price drop of the EOS-M (Canon's first and currently only mirrorless compact interchangeable lens camera) it might be time to re-assess what it originally got trounced for in always being slammed for trying to compete with Sony's Alpha NEX range of APS-C ...

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