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BEST lenses for the EOS M50

Obinna
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Hi all, 

 

I have a Canon EOS M50. I just bought a multi adaptor and the EFS 24mm f2.8 lens because I want a wider angle and lower F stop. But it seems like the 24mm f 2.8 is not too different compared to the kit lens 15-45mm 3.5-6.3.

 

1. ) What is the most useful and effective wide-angle lens with a lower f stop or the EOs M50 for night photography? it seems the wide-angle EFS 24mm f2.8 lens works better on a full-frame. 

 

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@Obinna wrote:

Is that what you use currently? is it good in low light?  My mind is leaning towards the EF-M 22mm f/2 STM for low light/night photography and wide-angle honestly.  what has been your experience for this purpose? 


How much low light are you talking about?  I shoot with an M3, and it is very good on cloudy overcast days.

 

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It is also good indoors in rooms with average lighting.  I haven't tried shooting in the dark, but I have used it to photograph the insides of IDF closets, panels, and racks with the 22mm.  It does a very good job of it, but I do need a wider lens for that type of work.

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Waddizzle
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No adapter is needed.
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icycreative
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Hello guys... so I’m new to mirrorless cameras I know quite about filmmaking and photography but this m50 is my first beginner pro camera... so my concern... is when I was in 4K in video mode... I saw horizontal lines like shades lines banding across the screen... only in 4K... and only with a certain tungsten bulb on... I read that certain light frequencies can cause this with shutter speed? And MAIN thing... when I take pics in auto mode it seems to lag like 2-3 seconds after I click the shutter after it focuses and it takes so long for the Image to preview and to try to take another pic right after... now I was trying this in very low blue led light... haven’t tried in the sun yet... I read maybe I have a preview feature 2 second turned on that if I turn off it will help? Just wondering if this is all normal... cuz my canon point and shoot seems SO quick! But probably cus it’s not as complex ?


@icycreative wrote:
Hello guys... so I’m new to mirrorless cameras I know quite about filmmaking and photography but this m50 is my first beginner pro camera... so my concern... is when I was in 4K in video mode... I saw horizontal lines like shades lines banding across the screen... only in 4K... and only with a certain tungsten bulb on... I read that certain light frequencies can cause this with shutter speed? And MAIN thing... when I take pics in auto mode it seems to lag like 2-3 seconds after I click the shutter after it focuses and it takes so long for the Image to preview and to try to take another pic right after... now I was trying this in very low blue led light... haven’t tried in the sun yet... I read maybe I have a preview feature 2 second turned on that if I turn off it will help? Just wondering if this is all normal... cuz my canon point and shoot seems SO quick! But probably cus it’s not as complex ?

You should start a new thread for your issue.  Try resetting your camera back to factory defaults with the camera P mode.  If this does not fix your problem, then I suggest that you either Contact Canon support, or start a new thread of your own.

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