Also don't forget the only metric of lens quality you need is "total light gathered"...
If it's possible to adapt M4/3 lenses to Nikon 1 (I don't think any adapters exist) then you could use the various Voigtlander f0.95 lenses.
@whtchocla7e A better analogy would be if Toyota sold you a Yaris with an engine that could output up to 150hp but with an engine control unit that limited it to a maximum of 80hp.
"steaming pile" AKA winner of the DPReview best camera of 2012 poll.
The E-M6 will probably have all those enhancements too.
I guess if Adobe actually offered cheap ad-hock day/week access that would probably work well for light users, rather than just the minimum 1 year subscription it currently is.
Using the ground glass trick is the only way you're going to be able to use that lens's full imaging circle digitally (and it's actually quite a clever solution), even medium format sensors are...
"I don't like it so therefore you shouldn't like it either"
Abusing your camera enough to break your tilt screen off would probably do a fair bit of damage to a regular fixed screen.
NDAs don't stop DPR from linking to rumours on other sites, they've done it several times before.
Looks more like the E-P1, which pre-dates the NEX system by a year. I suppose you could say the NEXs are just Pen clones with slightly larger sensors.
At least you've saved money as the E-P series is more expensive than the E-PL series.
I use the built-in flash (in bounce mode) on my GX1 a hell of a lot more than I'd use a built-in EVF. Not having a bouncable flash built in is now a deal-breaker for me.
Well get an OMD then.
Of course they've probably had one to play with under an NDA for a while now ;)
They've gone for a stop or two less price instead.
@Jun2, but most of the "best" FF portrait lenses are 85-90mm, which is exactly the same equivalent focal length as the Oly 45mm.
So what if it's slow? If it is sharp (we'll have to wait and see) then you're looking at ~30% more reach than the Olympus 45mm for ~50% less money. For people who don't need a larger max aperture...
What happened to the Panasonic 45mm f2.8? I know it's quite contentious; some people say it's overpriced while others swear by it, but I think it deserves a mention! :)
Hold on there, nothing's changed. They're exactly the same form factor as the E-P1 and GF1 4 years ago, it's not like the viewfinder situation has changed in the last generation or two.