simpix: This could be the compact camera I've been looking for for years, having gradually downsized from Canon EOS 1D via Lumix G and now GH3.One question.....no articulated/tilt lcd screen but is the fixed lcd a touch screen for focussing and menu changes?Also, anyone have any clue as to the UK £ price?
I don't see how tilting is possible from the available pictures? It must be a typo.
When's the 1 TB card coming?
Very nice and great price! Please don't disappoint.
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The Thing with 3 Arms
Jim in Hudson: I am so clueless about this AF fine adjustment. Why would any on-sensor AF system, whether CDAF or PDAF, need any adjustment at all? If the system is in focus and the system is on the sensor, what is there left to adjust?
Also, what about low light AF sensitivity limit that never gets mentioned? That is where CDAF has always been behind PDAF and so has this new on-sensor PDAF closed the gap at all?
I see a possible market for companies or Olympus to develop tools/products to make these adjustments if the need is great.
Great job, Olympus! Thank you and Panasonic for delivering innovation. And you're delivering them in spades!
That owl is the hoots! He looks like he's wearing shades. I've never seen anything like it until now.
Very nice modern design.
I enjoyed reading this.
I have to admit, I've been looking for a smaller camera than my 5d2 for my wife seeing how she dislikes how I separated the focus from shoot button along with its size and weight. This camera might be it since it just ticks off so many check boxes. The images I've seen, metal body, IBIS and smooth video to capture my kids are a big plus.