And there were apples...
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It is certainly quiet around here now.
I have found that m4/3 is great for animal portraits - it has the IQ required, but in a small enough package that it doesn't get in the way of daily activities or discourage you from doing stuff, which is exactly the time to be doing animal portraits.
This issue of system size is extremely relevant and the reason why I think m4/3 has struck the right balance between size and image quality.
Full album here, all taken on E-P1 but with a wide range of native and legacy lenses:
|Orange-tip Butterfly by anisah|
from Nature's Colour Palette
|Windswept juniper by Kreber|
from Wind power