m4/3 not allowed on Lower Antelope Canyon photo tour

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Re: m4/3 not allowed on Lower Antelope Canyon photo tour
In reply to genesys9, 5 months ago

He's just out to FURTHER damage his credibility - wish granted.

35mm is NOT EVEN medium format. 35mm is MINIATURE FORMAT. Who says that? HISTORY DOES ...

Compare the sharpness/grain and every important IQ measure of the 35mm FLOGGING RB-67 medium format camera with what the EM-5 can easily manage.
In those IQ areas it clearly surpassses the RB-67 and it EASILY flogs ANY 35mm camera at any price.   I've used BOTH and 35mm had NO hope of competing with an RB67 for IQ, except in the mind of an advertising copywriter.

Maybe 8 hour exposures could still use improvement, but even super contrasty light can be handled with an EM-x. (n I do not consider having almost the entire frame OOF as important.   'Fast' became popular as fast lenses were needed to cope with 400ASA+ film being decidedly low resolution and fast lenses became used for, effects.
All 35mm f/1.2 lenses I've seen results from are extremely soft wide open.

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