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eos m50 mark ii


I bought an eos m50 mark ii and I'm using it with the tamron 16-300 that I used with tho old 70d succesfully.

in some pictures I receive green and violete lines, in my country recommend me to use only canon lens (?), I don't think that this is the problem. somebody can help me?

thank you




First, it's hard to gauge the issue without some sample images along with their EXIF data to evaluate.  If you have similar images from the 70D to compare with, that might be helpful. You are assumedly using the Tamron lens on the M50 MkII via an adapter.  Is that a Canon adapter or a third party unit?  

cheers, TREVOR

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thank you, the adaptor is canon, the same picture with the 70d is perfect

That is chromatic aberration, a lens defect. The camera can correct this with Canon lenses.

thank you, the lens works perfectly with the 70d body

It could be due to the adapter, or the 70D might be able to correct it.



I own an M3.  I quickly realized that most EF/EF-S mounts lenses are just too large tor the tiny M Series bodies.  The only Canon lenses I use with it are the Canon “pancake” lenses.  Larger lenses tend to draw too much power, and strain the mount adapter.

All Canon lenses work, but I cannot speak for third party lenes.  If you wish to continue using the Tamron lens, then I recommend a DSLR or the RP.

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Fri, Apr 8 at 3:06 PM
dear sirs, I didn't solve my problem, it seems that the tamron zoom "doesn't speak" with the adaptor/camera eos m50
I don't know why, but I think that Canon have to advice not to use the camera with non canon lenses.
I thanked all the people that write me and told me what can be the problem
Thanks again