artwine

artwine

Joined on Aug 11, 2013

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Personally, I love the word phablet. Now I just would like to see this on Verizon and preferably running Android.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 29, 2013 at 23:09 UTC as 26th comment
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coso dp: No EOS M with its super attractive price and image quality? Come on

It's also a piece of junk. Super slow autofocus, for one. Unusable, from what I've read. I wanted it - at first.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 19, 2013 at 16:54 UTC

If you've actually held the Olympus OMD-EM1 in your hands and used it, this is almost an unfair competition; it wins hands-down. I've had 43 cameras in my life- from Canon AE1, A1, 30D, 40D, Nikon D30, Sony NEX-6, Panny G6, and the Oly EM1, (and a ton of others of models and sizes in between)- and the EM1 is the best I've used to date. Ergonomics, IQ, style, size, weight, etc. I sold all my DSLR cameras and lenses and moved to yje NEX-6, but hated the interface and the handling. Then went on to the 4/3rds with the Panny G6, but that wasn't what I had hoped for, but the EM! is perfect. It truly feels like a pro camera.

Direct link | Posted on Dec 19, 2013 at 16:51 UTC as 38th comment
On Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review preview (2142 comments in total)
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Neodp: OK, look guys(and gals). If you don't like my opinion, then stop right now.

Finally improvements, and these are G R E A T. So go ahead, and call me all negative; but things are rarely all, or nothing, and the devils in the details.

m43 is still lacking in sensor competitiveness. This is a great platform, for the future; when M43 sensors are better, and yes that's a high standard. Wake me when that day comes. Right now, APS size, offers a better photographic value. But alas, we are not seeing a total balance, in new mirror-less APS based cams yet, either.

I'm waiting. If the camera industry can not get its head, out of its collective rear; then I will stay, with my old gear, and take better pictures anyway, until it does.

My question is why Sony can stuff a full-sized sensor in the small RX-1, but no one else can give us that. It's like Apple; always dribbling out the features every year and forcing you to upgrade. You know they can give you a full frame sensor. It's obviously possible. So WTF? Give me this EM-1 with a full frame sensor, Mr. Olympus. Thank you.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 15, 2013 at 23:43 UTC
On Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review preview (2142 comments in total)

I'm curious as to the feel of this camera. In other words, is it all cheap plasticky feeling? I had the Panny G6 and didn't like it for that reason. I'm torn between the upcoming Panny GX7 and the EM-1. If the EM-1 had a flip-up EVF, that would be the deal-maker for it. I also wish it had a built-in flash, but I can live with the fact that at least the camera comes with one you can slide on. I don't use flash much, but when I need it, I want to have it real handy - like built-in - or at least not have to carry around anything too big or have to buy it separately. The other little niggle is that neither the GX7 or the EM-1 have a flip-out LCD - I like having that for selfies. As usual, nothing seems to have it all.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 15, 2013 at 23:40 UTC as 239th comment | 6 replies
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