GH3: wrong direction! Bulkier & heavier ....

Started Sep 14, 2012 | Discussions thread
bcalkins Regular Member • Posts: 363
MFT offers both

The beautiful part about MFT as a format is that you have the option of so many body sizes. Tiny with no viewfinder and no flash up to 'Pro' size with grip. I love that I can use my OM-D like a studio camera with the grip, and then still take off the grip, put on a tiny prime and slip it into my pocket when I'm skiing. The big advantage to me is using the same sensor and system for both situations...

There is no one perfect size. There are lots of groups of people who use MFT. Many own dSLR systems and would probably prefer small MFT cameras. Those of us who only have MFT cameras are probably more inclined to appreciate a larger body option.

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