Monday, 29 June 2015

NEW IN | The Canon EOS M

camera, canon, canon eos M, lifestyle, New In, photography, techonology, review
camera, canon, canon eos M, lifestyle, New In, photography, techonology, review
camera, canon, canon eos M, lifestyle, New In, photography, techonology, review
camera, canon, canon eos M, lifestyle, New In, photography, techonology, review
First of all, I need to make it clear - I am not a photography pro/amateur/barely even a beginner. I'm very very new to this all, so this 'review' is just my first impressions. I'm aiming to learn as much as I can, and practise and work on my photography as much as I can. So basically - please don't take this too seriously! 

Over the past few months I've been saving slowly but surely to purchase a little camera for myself. Partially for ellie etc's benefit, I'm always looking for ways I can improve my content; but also as I'm very interested in starting working on photography skills aside from the blogging. 

This little beauty - the Canon EOS M - was recommended to me by both my dad and brother, both of whom are very into their technology - my brother's camera being the main camera, a Canon EOS 600D, used for pictures for ellie etc. 

After only having this little gadget for little over a week, I feel like I could already recommend it. It's a perfect size to pop in an everyday bag to carry around on the off chance something photograph-worthy pops up in sight. The kit I opted for came with a 18-55mm lens, the generic, most every-day lens to use, a zoom lens. Also a 22mm lens, this one is a prime lens so does not zoom, but usually gives a clearer depth of field (i.e. when the background goes fuzzy and the subject is in focus).

My kit also came with an EF-EOS M Adapter allowing me to use my brother's EOS 600D lenses (which, bless my little camera, are huge compared to it!). Also a separate flash which I am yet to experiment with. 

I really am at a very low beginners level of photography, so again, just a reminder that my advice my not be 100% accurately written. If anyone has any tips or good websites (or even corrections if I've made any mistakes in this post - eek!) that you think would help me out, please leave the links below! 


ellie x

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