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    Senior Member Jayson's Avatar
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    I am going to revive this thread a little.

    All with the M and the 18-55mm kit lens.






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    Nice. I took a bunch of 'M' shots at Mardi Gras this year in New Orleans, but I haven't really done much with them yet. Here's a highly compressed example:

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    Just picked up a 22mm f/2 and wanted to make sure I liked it. I can say it is sharp as stated. Both are at f/2.0 at MFD. I have many more with my kids, but I am going to hold off posting those. One thing I can say that I wasn't expecting was how well it works for video with the M. Might be taking more videos of the little guys now.




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    I like the UNO one... we used to play it, but with modified rules. The max draw was 10 cards, after that the next person goes. It made the game go a lot faster!

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    My 6 year old loves the game. We spend I don't know how many hours a week with that, old maid, go fish, and war. Takes me back 30 years when I was stuck playing bridge with my Grandma every Thursday. Plus it gets all of them away from the darn Nintendo.

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    My family always played Rook. We still do whenever we get together. I look forward to that more than just about anything else. :-)

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    From a family trip to New Hampshire's White Mountains last month. Pretty soon, I think she'll graduate from the PowerShot to the EOS M.


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    EOS M, EF-M 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS @ 47mm, 1/100 s, f/8, ISO 100

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    Quote Originally Posted by neuroanatomist View Post
    From a family trip to New Hampshire's White Mountains last month. Pretty soon, I think she'll graduate from the PowerShot to the EOS M.
    Great photo and a great chance to have some time with them.

    It's a scary thing when they do graduate. I have let my 6 and 7 year olds use my other two cameras when we go for walks. They have graduated to my old XTi and the M. I much preferred when they were using a camera that was basically throw away. I find they enjoy the trip much more, but I am cringe every time they try to walk and photograph at the same time.

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    Stopped along the road on the way to the parents house over the weekend and captured this pano with the M and the 22mm f/2.

    This is a 33 shot pano of the sunset. f/5.6, 1/100th, ISO 800. I really enjoy the 22 now that I have it. Hasn't taken a day off the camera yet. I posted the shorter version of this pano in the weekly thread.


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    Wondering if anyone uses this thing anymore. Here are a couple from a recent trip. May recognize a couple. First and last are with the Rokinon 8mm fisheye and middle is with the 22mm.






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