What’s up My Destiny Tribe!
On this video, I share with you my expectations about a new Canon M50 Mark II coming up to the market.
What do we hope Canon is going to add in this new camera?
Share your thoughts in the comments below 📷
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It’s 2019 and as we’ve been using this camera almost every day, we vlog or go out to register our pregnancy with beautiful pictures,
I decided to make a video telling you WHY you should purchase the Canon M50.
The first thing that comes to mind is how much you get for a 500 dollars camera.
How easy is this camera to use? You pretty much turn on, flip the screen (and it’s articulated!), press a record button with the kit lens, which we use all the time and you are good to go.
Off course you can refine your kit with some accessories but I can guarantee to you that you’ll get beautiful shots with this tiny MONSTER.
I’m not entirely sure on what Canon is planning, as many cameras have been released to compete with the M50 but costing 1K is not the case.
My opinion, is that a camera costing 1K is not targeted for the same public as the one costing half of it, the person going out with 500 dollars to purchase a camera won’t be looking into a 1k camera (I’m talking about the Sony a6400 which doesn’t have fully articulated screen and believe it’s necessary).
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We recently purchased the new Canon EOS RP as a pro camera to shoot weddings, fashion shoots and portraits in our studio.
While we consider the EOS RP a better camera, we thought it would be a nice video comparing it to the M50 as we consider the M50 to be the best cost-benefit camera for beginners and vloggers. The RP would be the best cost-benefit camera for professional photographers.
I do think the RP is better and it should be but the M50 is capable of amazing shots as well. With that being said, you can judge by your needs and pocket which is the right camera for you.
Let us know what you think in the comments below!❤️
I have my Canon 6D for over 3 years and I just love this camera for my photography work.
As the speed booster for the Canon EOS M system is here, we decided to give you a comparison on the field of view, bokeh, and brightness in between these two cameras.
A few people commented that it isn’t really a full stop gain with the speedbooster, as we have to count the relation of the crop sensor not just for the size of the frame but for the aperture as well.
Well, some articles explain why we should consider the crop sensor affecting the aperture and other articles says it’s unaffected.
I arrive at the conclusion that, as we have an enlargement of the field of view and aperture by the speedbooster, the shots with the Canon M50 had more light coming into the sensor as you can see on the video.
We used the same settings inside and outside and on both, they had the same results.
Here some pictures for you to compare and take your own conclusions:
We have a camera with dual pixel autofocus, 60fps full HD, 4k 24fps, flip screen, mic jack, interchangeable lenses, customizable color profile, weighing about 350grms, wifi, and now with an adapter that boost it for better results. All for 600 dollars.
It’s almost 2019 and so far nothing beats that, it’s amazing!
I will leave the links where you can purchase the Viltrox ef-eos m2 adapter and the Canon M50 here:
Now that you saw the images side by side, we would love to hear your opinion about it, share with us in the comments below.
With the announcement of a product which could improve the performance of a camera giving it the same field of view a 2000 USD camera has, questions started to be raised.
The camera itself has a superb autofocus, it is so fast that I often rely on it.
Are we lazy to mark the spots and do manual focus nowadays?
No, it’s technology advancing in our favor.
Which bring us to the most asked question: Does the camera AF works well with the speedbooster? Does it work at all?
The answer is yes! It works smoothly on my lenses and I’ve been using it every day.
With a faster aperture and wider field of view, it indeed helps me on my videos inside and outside, as we always
try to get the most out of the camera and lens using the faster aperture.
Here we have examples using the speedbooster plus the Canon 24-70mm f2.8 II with the speedbooster at F2 and at f2.8:
Pay attention to the gain of light and bokeh background, it’s quite noticeable.
Here we have examples using the Canon 24-70mm F2.8 II with the normal adapter at F2.8 vs the speedbooster at f2:
Here we have another example using the Canon 85mm f1.8 with speedbooster at 1.2:
It’s amazing! In this case, we had a 2 stops gain on aperture value.
In our opinion, if you own other Canon full frame glasses, this speedbooster is game-changing.
We use it all the time now, even when recording videos inside the studio.
I hope this review was clear and helped with your decision to add it or not to your gear.
If you have any comments or questions, let us know. Keep in touch!
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On 2018 Canon M50 arrived in the market and loads of questions started to raise about its potential.
Two weeks later, people came to realize they were getting much more for less than any other camera on the market.
A lot of trash talk happened about the cropped and laggy 4k mode but still, there was a camera with dual pixel autofocus, electronic viewfinder,
fill screen, mic input, interchangeable lens, Canon color science, in body image stabilization, and plus a 4K mode for 600 USD. Wasn’t a bad deal after all, was it?
I got mine about 3 months ago and I ensure you that I bring it everywhere with me.
Picture quality is also decent as it has the same sensor as the Canon 80D.
It’s true the camera feels fragile and I bet we better don’t drop it but it’s also small and lightweight making it perfect to carry around.
Another plus is it never overheats.
Here are the specifications for this little beast of a camera:
If you are thinking about buying a new camera to start shooting videos or pics, I totally suggest this one.
I bought my first camera 9 years ago and it was a Canon 500D, which I still own, it costed the same price that the M50 costs today.
The difference is, the M50 can make much more than my first camera did, and this is what we all expect every time there’s a new tech release.
Have you tried the M50 before? Let us know how you like it in the comments below!