Is it time to give up on Olympus?

Started Feb 1, 2013 | Discussions thread
BingoCharlie
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Re: Is it time to give up on Olympus?
In reply to Moonman52, Feb 1, 2013

Moonman52 wrote:

BingoCharlie wrote:

Moonman52 wrote:

BingoCharlie wrote:

Moonman52 wrote:

It's not a matter of functioning, it's a matter of performance. I suggest you do some more reading.

I would love to do some reading. Got a link?

Doing a search on this forum would be a good place to start.

You're the only person I've ever heard make this claim. You'll notice nobody is backing you up here. I don't think it's unreasonable that I'm asking for a little evidence.

You are obviously a newbie. This is all common knowledge. I'm not going to do your homework for you. Do the research on your own then get back to me with an apology.

Right.  Me and everybody else, apparently. Meanwhile, you're still the guy without any support for his assertion.

You started a thread with a provocative title.  People, rightly, pointed out that Panasonic already makes a lens for you (the 12-35).  Now you're saying Panasonic lenses are somehow, inexplicably "worse" on Olympus bodies when everybody else in the entire world says otherwise.

We all know Oly lenses don't have image stabilization.  And we all know Panasonic cameras correct for CA in-camera.  None of that is news.  But you're claiming something different.  You're claiming that the 12-35 would perform more poorly on an E-M5 than an equivalent Olympus lens would.

Prove it.

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