A short review of the Canon EOS M5 camera with some wildlife photography.
I bought myself one of the new Canon EOS M5 mirroless cameras to take with me on my next jaunt to South Australia in February/March this year. Cameras get more and more sophisticated and this one has taken quite some effort to learn. I can nearly take ordinary snaps now! One of the pleasant surprises about this new system is that works splendidly with Canon EF lenses via an adapter ring. My old Canon EOS M - the original version from about 4 years ago - took such lenses but response times were sluggish. Now, however, the lenses focus as quickly as on my 5D Mark III. Add to that the incredible 9 frames per second high speed shooting rate when on continuous shooting mode, and the EOS M5 starts to look a contender for serious wildlife photography. Checking on forums on the Web there seems to be some confusion over the best settings for focusing, tracking, and other parameters needed to obtain the best shots. Consequ