I have several different lenses I use with my Canon M50s.
No two lens are the same so I suggest you try different lenses out in different shooting scenarios, video and photo, and find out what you love the most.
Canon 10-18mm. This is a really good somewhat wide-angle lens. Also a good lens for vlogging too.
Canon 15-45mm. Comes in silver and black. I’ve got the silver because it looks cool. Made especially for the EOS-M cameras. No adapter needed.
Canon 22mm. It looks a lot like the 24mm but isn’t as wide and gives you that really nice bokeh – blurred background. It is fixed lens so you’ll have to do the “manual” zoom.
Canon 24mm. Another great lens for vlogging or just simple, every day use. It is a fixed 24mm lens, no zoom, so keep that in mind.
Canon 50mm. This is one of my go-to lenses for video and photography. Gives you a really nice blurred background (also called a bokeh effect). Solid and affordable lens.
Another go-to lens is the Canon 40mm.
It doesn’t give you quite the bokeh the 50mm does, but it’s still a good, tight-space, small lens. Like pancake size small.
Canon 55-200mm. I needed a good zoom lens and went with this one because its nice and compact. And silver too! No adaptor needed.
Canon 85mm. Good lens that gives you a nice, fixed depth which helps with the bokeh too. Like the 24mm, it’s fixed so you won’t be able to zoom.
Fotodiox Lens Adapter. This adapter is made for Canon EOS cameras and allows you to use any lens.
NOTE: “M” lens don’t need adapters. They fit directly onto the camera body.
I have two of these adapters and keep them on both cameras so it’s one less thing I need to stop and mess with unless I’m using one of my two “M” lenses.
By the way, the Fotodiox is a fraction of the price of a Canon adapter and works the exact same way.
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