Thank you DPR .

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Thanks Toxic P.
In reply to ptox, Sep 12, 2013

ptox wrote:

Having gone back and spent some more time with an Olympus E-5, I'm inclined to be more positive about the E-M1's behaviour with Four Thirds lenses - not because it's better than I originally stated, but because the E-5 isn't as good as I'd previously thought. Consequently, E-5 users expectations are probably lower than I originally believed. It's also easy to under-appreciate the camera's performance with Four Thirds lenses because it's sofast when using Micro Four Thirds lenses.

However, side-by-side use suggests that, while the E-M1 focuses at a similar speed to the E-5 in good light, it is more prone to occasionally slowing down and juddering the lens into focus than the E-5. This behaviour is particularly apparent when switching focus from distant to near objects or when shooting in moderate-to-good lighting levels (inside a well-lit office with large windows).

With one caveat, anyway.

Now: how about a nice glass of warm milk before bedtime? There there...

Howzit Toxic P . Been waiting for the tit for tat. Well if I have a glass of milk it would be with a good shoot of scotch . I might even have 2.

Thank you fro your sage advice.

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