Comparing Olympus 4/3lenses to FX "Full Frame" offerings

Started Jan 25, 2014 | Discussions thread
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veroman Veteran Member • Posts: 4,678
Re: Terrific article Doc...
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Pete_CSCS wrote:

.... If one needs a vast capability in their photographic needs then multiples systems may be best for that individual. If one doesn't have the means to afford multiple systems, choose the system that is best suited for your needs in the majority of the circumstances you expect to encounter.

It really is as simple as that ...

... and as complex as that. The numbers of offerings today are nearly mind-boggling. You speak in generalities (which we've all heard a million times). It's the specifics that are the hard part. There are now multiple systems "that are best suited to my needs in the majority of circumstances I expect to encounter." And they're all pretty great as well as close in price. I'd hate to be entering this terrain as a newcomer right now. My brain couldn't handle it.

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