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citizenlouie
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Re: Accuracy is a big factor
In reply to TrapperJohn, 11 months ago

I am not surprised E-M5's CDAF is more accurate but slower.  Accuracy is CDAF's forte while speed is PDAF's.  Honestly, only recently I noticed my E-620 with Zuiko 50-200mm SWD has an issue with AF issue when the subject is in close range (therefore, DoF is shallow enough to observe the AF inaccuracy).  That's how little I rely on AF for my photos..., and I've own E-620 since 2009... (most of my serious shots are done in MF on tripod), nor do I care a minor speed difference of AF which most forum warriors seem to make a big deal out of.  I am pretty sure E-M1 would focus acceptably with my 4/3 lenses, at least according my very lenient standard on AF speed.  But then, it has never been the AF speed that I find the migration to E-M1 (or any m4/3 camera) a little painful to me....  There are way too many things 4/3 does better (OVF, handling, color accuracy, price, etc.).

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