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On User Guide: Getting the most out of the Olympus E-M5 article (262 comments in total)
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filmlaw: I am really torn and solicit everyone's opinion. I can't decide between a Sony NEX 7 and E-M5. Kit lens with both to start. I want a camera that delivers great images after enlargement and post-processing and is easy to travel with thus the reason the DSLR must stay home. I have now ordered both but will only purchase one. I like the idea of the size of the APS-C sensor over the 4/3. I have downloaded and thoroughly read both manuals and every review and I am still looking for the definitive reason to select one over the other. Conversely, the E-M5 image stabilization in the body seems superior to optical stabilization. Thank you for any help.

So more lenses for EM-5 but ability to use Leica lenses on NEX-7. Eventually I will set aside the kit lens and go for the Leica lenses if I get the NEX 7, but not now. Thank you for the response.

Direct link | Posted on May 9, 2012 at 02:23 UTC
On User Guide: Getting the most out of the Olympus E-M5 article (262 comments in total)

I am really torn and solicit everyone's opinion. I can't decide between a Sony NEX 7 and E-M5. Kit lens with both to start. I want a camera that delivers great images after enlargement and post-processing and is easy to travel with thus the reason the DSLR must stay home. I have now ordered both but will only purchase one. I like the idea of the size of the APS-C sensor over the 4/3. I have downloaded and thoroughly read both manuals and every review and I am still looking for the definitive reason to select one over the other. Conversely, the E-M5 image stabilization in the body seems superior to optical stabilization. Thank you for any help.

Direct link | Posted on May 9, 2012 at 01:30 UTC as 74th comment | 9 replies
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