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Canon EOS M10 EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM Kit (Refurbished) EXPIRED

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Canon.com has Canon EOS M10 EF-M 15-45mm f/3.5-6.3 IS STM Kit (Refurbished, Black) on sale for $249.99. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian



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coming from someone who started with a 30D (point and shoots before that), I would suggest knowing you want to dive a little into photography before you buy a more expensive rig. That being said, if the answer is yes this is a great beginner camera. I had the m5 (which i think is better because of the EVF) but this is the same camera just without the EVF. If you don't know anything about Aperture, Shutter Speed, or ISO then you'll want to get to know those 3 things in order to make the most of your camera.

Don't let anyone tell you that you need the biggest or best rig to get amazing shots. I can take better shots with a point and shoot than some people can with a DSLR (not because I'm great but because I know how to use the equipment). Sorry for the long winded statement but to answer your question, the M6 is great for an amateur to get into photography as well as a pro who is looking to not carry such heavy gear around.

Check out this website to learn more about the 3 things mentioned above:
https://photographylife.com/iso-s...-beginners
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Insane deal.
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M10 or M6?
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M10 or M6?
M6 is better. M10 is very minimal, unless that's what you are looking for.
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Xt20 18-55 or this camera?
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Really noob question here, but is the M6 amateur friendly?
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This or Canon 80D body only for 1050? (With printer deal)
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M6 vs M5?
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Really noob question here, but is the M6 amateur friendly?
coming from someone who started with a 30D (point and shoots before that), I would suggest knowing you want to dive a little into photography before you buy a more expensive rig. That being said, if the answer is yes this is a great beginner camera. I had the m5 (which i think is better because of the EVF) but this is the same camera just without the EVF. If you don't know anything about Aperture, Shutter Speed, or ISO then you'll want to get to know those 3 things in order to make the most of your camera.

Don't let anyone tell you that you need the biggest or best rig to get amazing shots. I can take better shots with a point and shoot than some people can with a DSLR (not because I'm great but because I know how to use the equipment). Sorry for the long winded statement but to answer your question, the M6 is great for an amateur to get into photography as well as a pro who is looking to not carry such heavy gear around.

Check out this website to learn more about the 3 things mentioned above:
https://photographylife.com/iso-s...-beginners
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if you can spring for the M5, using the EVF AND touchscreen at the same time was an amazing experience while I had it. I would totally recommend that if you're doing ANY other shooting other than landscapes that don't move.
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if you can spring for the M5, using the EVF AND touchscreen at the same time was an amazing experience while I had it. I would totally recommend that if you're doing ANY other shooting other than landscapes that don't move.
Thanks! What about image IQ? Also how does the t7i compare?
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Really noob question here, but is the M6 amateur friendly?

Yes, it is. M10 is even more amateur friendly.
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Great Deal!!!! The M6 is usually twice that. Even the body is more than 500 bucks. The M10 is an old model not as good but still very cheap for 250. I bought both and will sell the M10 body on ebay and keep the lens that came with it then I have 2 lenses with my M6.
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Question: M6 is not weather sealed. Will it be a serious problem when traveling to the beach and hikes?
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