What's good and bad about K30

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Ivar Dahl Larsen
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Re: What's good and bad about K30
In reply to Jonathan Lee, Jan 24, 2013

To Jonathan and all the others who have answered. Thank you very much for your contributions which I appreciate very very much. It's evidently more people in favour of the camera than not. Now I guess my question requires a little more background than I formerly gave, obviously for Jonathan here who makes sense with his question.

I come from FF DSLR's and sold them 'cause they became to heavy and there were too much of equipment there. I do photograph in studio, in the streets and out in nature as well and have found that the mft system covers most, but.. I feel, just a feeling, that the pictures from mft do not leave me quite satisfied in regard to dynamic range, grain, higher ISO's and of course the abillity to photograph under all kinds of condition. Oly EMD-5 is not an option. I must admit that I always try to use as small an ISO as possible and seek support if possible and with OIS that works great most of the times.

Now I probably can live without the weather resistance asset, but it would as I said be an asset. Some of the answers scares me a bit though, and that is a poor dust removable item. I hate dust. So if I can be convinced that mft outweights the need for a K30, well.... Maybe a EX-1 from Fuji shall do the trick albeit very much more sterlings - dollars or kroner here in Norway. It's always nice to get other peoples opinions and especially people who own the stuff. So once again, thank you very much. I just got to find one and hold and get the feeling of it I guess before a mind's made up. Take care folks.

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