ETF <=> Dollar Cost Averaging

I have been thinking about monthly investment into ETFs, such as Emerging Markets ETFs etc.

I have read that due to the Spread/Commision fee, it is not advised to use Dollar Cost Averaging with ETFs. Its better to invest lump sum.

Is this a real issue over the long term (5+years)? I dont have the funds for lets say 10k or 100k investment.
Is it fine to invest 50-100€ a month in a Emerging Market/Global Clean Energy ETF?

Appreciate your thoughts/input

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Share price of ETFs are going up most of the time. Only during a bear market you could bring down your DCA.

Since you hold ETFs for a long time, I am not caring about DCA.

Totally agree with that the faster the better