Today I purchased a Canon EOS M to replace my meanwhile almost 10 year old 400d. I was under the impression that I was just buying the kit with the EF lens adapter, so I also bought two lenses. It turns out the EF-M 22mm lens was in the box as well, so I now have the following lenses:
- Canon EF-M 22m f/2
- Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6
- Canon EF 40mm f/2.8
Do these lenses make sense together? Consider that the 10-18 and 40mm lenses will be used together with the adapter, I don't know if that means anything in terms of conversion?
I'm thinking the 22 or 10-18 is probably redundant but I am a total noob.
Update: my reasoning behind the lens choices
I chose the 10-18mm because I wanted something with a wider angle. I mainly photograph when I travel so I want wider city shots, etc.
I chose the 40mm because I thought it would make a good day-to-day lens. I value the sharpness and light of fixed length lenses over zoom capability, also the photos just look nicer when they're not zoomed imo.
I also have a 50mm f/1.8 from before which I guess is a more tradional portrait lens. Don't use it too often though because the lens itself itself kinda sucks, though the photos are nice (at least if you don't compare them to a 50mm f/1.4).
Like I said, I didn't reckon with the 22mm in the first place.
I purposely didn't choose any tradional zoom lens because I don't really like them.