DPNick: So he took a bunch of pictures of dirty slackers and losers while he was one; I don't see the brilliance. It's not quite Cartier-Bresson, Winogrand, Doisneau, Friedlander, Lange, Stieglitz, etc.
I agree, I'd much rather look at another stellar set of drooling babies and photos of someone's pepper encrusted salmon that they ate on vacation for dinner. Now that is F8%#ing meaningful!!(sarcasm)
Monty71: I find it funny that the same people that bash this camera's small sensor and own m43 cameras usually insist that m43 are just as good as cameras with larger sensors.
Folks, does it honestly really matter. seriously...think about how much passion people put into these message boards about equipment. The words "winning","better" etc. It's really silly when you think about it. When I look at a good photo I like to think it says something about this world we live in and inspire me to be a better person or contribute to the planet in some way. Does it matter if a photo of your tuna fish sandwich is better than someone else s . Far more importantly....the polar ice caps are melting!.....seriously.....look in the mirror...hold up your camera....and ask yourselves....is this camera going to make or break my day.
I find it funny that the same people that bash this camera's small sensor and own m43 cameras usually insist that m43 are just as good as cameras with larger sensors.