Swapping EM1 for A7

Started Oct 17, 2013 | Discussions thread
Brian Caslis
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Re: Considering, certainly.
In reply to Jonas Palm, Oct 17, 2013

Jonas Palm wrote:

GBC wrote:

Jonas Palm wrote:

Brian Caslis wrote:

I don't know why people complain about the E-M1 being "too big" because it's the same size as the A7 body. That was one of the reasons for the E-M1, to add the grip and better buttons than the E-M5. You can't make tiny and usable. The E-M1 / A7 size is about the smallest to make a fully usable body.

I disagree, obviously. And so does every m43 shooter in existence (except for GH3 owners, possibly) because the E-M1 is the biggest m43 camera there is. Every previous m43 camera was smaller. And believe it or not, people made images with them. Good ones, too.

Not this m43 user. I think you don't actually know what you are talking about.
People make great images with iphones and the pentax q, I fail to see your point.

That Brian made an idiotic statement, basically. "You can't make tiny and useable". Of course you can, and the images show it.

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Are you like 12? One of the prime reasons for E-M1 is to improve ergonomics of the E-M5 according to Olympus. In some of their videos they even say they are responding to feedback from their users.

Can you take images with a tiny camera? Of course. Do I want to? No. If you want tiny chuck m43 and buy an RX100.

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