I worked my way up the Canon gear ladder as a hobbyist but last year I felt I wasn't really using the gear to it's potential, so I downsized to the Canon EOS M3 with the 3 additional M lenses and sold my 60D and associated lenses and recouped most of my money.
I now have all the features of a...
Good topic. I am about to replace my old monitor and thinking of getting this one https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-LS27E510C-27-Inch-Curved-Monitor/dp/B00TF0XQNO/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1449223369&sr=8-4&keywords=samsung+27+inch+monitor
it has some very good reviews. Not being a professional I...
Personally, getting to a "certain age" I am not keen on looking at images on a small phone screen - so I doubt I would ever use it for that. I would have thought the best use for WiFi would be to connect and get your images straight from the camera.
Maybe it's just me :arghh:
Not sure about the WiFi capabilities of the M3. It will only connect directly to smartphones, so not much point in that.
If you want to download images to PC you have to go through Canon Image Gateway and then download them as (very) small files which are no good for editing.
On connecting the...
Same here, got mine the other day and still wading through the on-line handbook. There seems to be lots of new bells & whistles but the basics are very much the same as usual for Canon.
Having a busy week at work so haven't had chance to go out with it yet.:)
Hi Jim, Yes, thanks. I worked it out shortly after posting. Quite excited to get the camera today unexpectedly. Just downloaded the handbook and having a read before getting out with it.
Just ordered another wrist strap so that I dont end up dropping it!
Totally unexpected, My M3 arrived direct from Japan this afternoon. Very pleased with the service as the delivery was indicated as 18-29 May.
Only problem is, it comes with the Japanese LC-E17 charger. Has anyone managed to buy the UK version cheaper than the one on Amazon - (£45)