V1/V2 vs OM-D E-M10 (take 2)

Started Apr 6, 2014 | Discussions thread
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samfan Contributing Member • Posts: 947
Re: V1/V2 vs OM-D E-M10 (take 2)

Your experience mirror my observations. V2 is a fine camera and can stand on its own, but is still quite limited by not being photographer-friendly enough (controls, no bracketing etc.). Olympus was quicker to learn the lesson that even a non-high-end camera cannot be so limited.

That and when we include the whole ecosystem including lenses and other models (either higher, like E-M1/V3, or lower, like E-PMx/Jx), not to mention compatibility with Panasonic and maybe soon Kodak, Nikon really have work cut out for them with N1.

Sure, one can take pictures with just about anything that has an imaging sensor, but why not pick up a tool that's best for a particular job?

Dimac wrote:

Those things that you like on EM10 you will get now with the V3 which is the real competitor.

For twice the price? Er, okay.

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