Tonio Loewald: Really good interview.
My key takeaway — Nikon and Canon actually benefit from not releasing viable mirrorless cameras because if they did so it would "legitimize" the mirrorless cameras.
I like that they view releasing too many bodies as having been a mistake.
Rubbish? Wow. Opinionated much. My Olympus is a darn good piece of camera that has some darn good features. The results are spot on and my customers are very happy with the work.
CeleryBeats: Let me tell you this;
This camera is 5 times more exciting then the Sony A7 and A7R together.
Because it expresses PERFECTION.
What a sexy camera this is!
and bring out trolls like yourself..
Abu Mahendra: Let me see it I get this straight: Olympus wants me to pay $1399 for a camera with a Sensor smaller than APS-c? Yeah... right...
Then go troll somewhere else and save your money.
BelePhotography: so you offer a sports lens (70-200 G) but no mention of how fast the "pro" A7R really is. and I know no pro which will be happy with a lifetime of 340 shots. sorry sony. great concept, but not quite there yet. it is a step in the right direction - let's hope the big ones are watching!
so, a wedding photographer is only as good as the gear they carry?
If someone wants to shoot a wedding with APS-C or 4/3 they could and have produced work better than the typical Nikon or Canon FF shooters.
Talent wins out here.