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Canon EOS M6 MKII Mirrorless Camera w/ 15-45mm Lens, 5 Year Warranty & Bonus 22mm Lens - $1475 @ VideoPro Online

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$1,475 - Canon M6 MKII with 15-45mm Lens kit and Electronic Viewfinder - 5 Year Warranty.
Bonus EF-M 22mm Lens until 30 April. Check page for details.

Not sure how long this will last.

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    Price in title dude. $1,475.

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    Price in title?

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    It's an awesome camera! The 15-45 lens isn't much chop, but the 22mm prime is nice. For pro quality shots, I recommend pairing this with the Canon 32mm f1.4. That lens isn't cheap ($650ish) but it can produce amazing results

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      +1 for the Canon EF-M 32mm f/1.4 - it's an incredible little optic. And for anyone wanting to shoot landscapes the 11-22mm zoom is fabulous, too.

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      go for sigma 16mm f1.4 at similar price

      you'll use it more and it stays on your camera

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        Depends on what you shoot. I'd say for most people a 50mm equivalent FOV prime is more useful than a 25mm equivalent one.

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        That’s going to be my next lens… Minister of Finance permitting…

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    Great! I need a camera for my upcoming Europe holiday!

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    I've been out of the camera game too long. I had the original EOS M. Great IQ but was a dog with AF. I'm sure things have changed dramatically with this model.

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      The newest models have pretty impressive AF. Canon are all about mirrorless now and have come a long way from the humble 'M' (of which I am still fond of!)

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    This or the Sony Alpha's (6500 or A7ii)

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      Depends whether you want crop or full-frame, VF or not, want to spend additional on lenses, 5y vs. 2y warranty etc.

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        Basically an everyday camera for travel, ideally with 4K and suitable for shooting inside an office, which is why I'm leaning towards the A6500.

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          What features or specs are you looking at to determine suitability for office shooting?

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            @dm01: Usually a larger sensor which helps in low-light shooting without having to bump up the ISO too high.

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            @dm01: I think I can get an A6500 with a 18-135mm lens for the same price. Although the 22mm prime is a nice addition.

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              @timgus: …and if you're concerned about shooting in low light, a variable aperture super-zoom is not the right lens to be using.

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                @dm01: Sorry the larger sensor was a reference to the a7ii. The 'super zoom' would be more for travel and sport, but I agree, something like a nifty-fifty might be more suitable for an office.

                Appreciate the comments and info.

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    Anyone know if this upcoming canon press conference will have announcements of new cameras thus possibly bringing down the price of older stock? Anything in the mirrorless department I should be in the lookout for? Looking to buy a full frame mirrorless canon atm but don't want to spend above 2k.

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    Bought one of these today. Outstanding camera.

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