Olympus Statement About Fourthirds and Micro Fourthirds

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Re: Olympus Statement About Fourthirds and Micro Fourthirds
In reply to RoelHendrickx, Feb 4, 2013

RoelHendrickx wrote:

Big Ga wrote:

MilSooper wrote:

Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera.

No matter how thin you slice that that is exactly what the E-10 and E-20 were.

Since you people seem incapable of relevant quoting and comprehension, let me re-insert the text that Roel made and led to my E10/20 comment:

"because ALL interchangeable lens cameras that Olympus produces carry the "E". "

That is what I said, but not the reverse.

That is just one of the prime examples of faulty logic.

All apples are fruit.

Does not mean : all fruit is an apple.

Indeed : all digital interchangeable lens-cameras carry the "E" (also the digital PENs and OMD).

So my point was: why would they add that to the slide (NEXT to the e-PEN and the e-OMD), unless it were a new E-system camera coming.

Very well explained.

The last time I checked, my E10 had "E" at the start, and the lens is fixed, not interchangeable.

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