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Like some others, I picked up an EOS M on closeout pricing. For me, it serves as an accompanying backup camera for hiking and backpacking when I don't want to bring the weight of a full-frame camera. If you keep in mind that its behavior is much more similar to an overgrown P&S rather than a shrunk DSLR, it holds its own nicely.
The only tele lens that I have is the 70-200 f/4L. It's very nice. It's a little too big/heavy for my purposes of hiking and backpacking, although if it's the best alternative, I'll suck it up and go for it.
Can anyone suggest an alternative?
If you have specific experience with using the lens you're recommending on the M, that would be great.
Specifically, I'm curious about the older EF 35-105, EF 50-200 f/3.5-4.5 (L or not), or the EF-S 55-250. I'm doing landscape work, so resolution across the frame at f/5.6 to f/11 is my main concern rather than performance wide open.
Thanks for any comments.