I Got MY E-M5!

Started May 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
Michael J Davis
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In reply to Landscapephoto99, May 21, 2012

Landscapephoto99 wrote:

I would stick with the G1 and learn the E-M5 later, but that is just me. A camera I know well in hand is better than one I have to learn...unless of course this is the trip of a lifetime, hiking in the Andes, Central Africa, etc. Then it's worth taking the best equipment and learning on the road.

... this morning. Three hours to charge the battery! And I had a committee meeting this evening.

My first impression is one of total confusion, but I've just been through some of the helpful guides that have appeared over the past three weeks, and am feeling happier with it. But I'm certainly not going without my G1!! (one battery is the limitation!)

...oh yes! AND I'll really need that handgrip - I'm getting cramp just playing with it!

Mike
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