Thanks for everyone's useful information and sharing.
I am looking to purchase a second-hand EOS M as a digital super8 that shoot vintage-looking footage (I can't afford shooting films!)
I want to shoot in a maximum bitrate as possible and doesn't mind a 3x/5x crop/even in 720p as can use super8/super16 lenses for it
(I won't shoot RAW video as it seems relatively unstable)
However, I don't understand what exactly is the crop for the current ML update for EOS M max bitrate video recording, can someone please help?
therefore I am struggling to choose a lens for this setup. I really wanted a vintage looking, manual zoom lens that is parfocal and relatively fast and can be mounted on the Eos M.
Considering to mimic the super 8 film look, I am not looking for crazy reach or superior sharpness.
@cantsin's Schneider Variogon 6-66mm/f1.8 Leica M mount lens & C mount Angenieux 8-64mm/f1.9 seems to be a great fit but I can't seems to find it,
and I am not sure if the newer version ML can still shoot in the 5x crop with maximum bitrate/significant crop.
Can someone using ML please tell me the crop in video and recommend some lens for me?
are super 8/ super 16 lens good for the crop of ML new update?
I am currently considering these lenses but I am not sure if it can be mounted/ the image circle can be used without a significant crop in post.
SCHNEIDER-KREUZNACH VARIOGON 7.5 - 37.5mm F1.8 CINE ZOOM LENS
Pentax TV Zoom Lens 8-48mm 1:1.0 Auto-Iris TV Lens - C Mount
Schneider-Kreuznach Variogon 1.8/9-30mm
Schneider Objektiv Optivaron 6-66 Macro 1:1,8 Filmkamera 8mm
Please correct me if I am wrong and I appreciate everybody's help and opinion!!!
Thanks for everyone reading this!!!