The future of Micro 4/3

Started Sep 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
Swiss Forester New Member • Posts: 20
Re: The future of Micro 4/3

mFT-systems offer the best possible compromise between portability, versatility, usability, durability, image quality and price! That's why they still have a huge growth potential. The fast growing lens line for mFT is evidence for this.

With the GH3 , which for me is a MUST-HAVE-CAMERA , even professional photographers could be tempted to change horses, at least in some fields of their work.

I have not doubts that the future of photographic equipment is (mainly) mirrorless!

This statement does not mean that FF cameras will disappear soon! They offer better dynamic range, less noise on high ISO-settings, and last but not least better DOF-control than mFT-cameras, so for some applications they are the better choice.

BUT, here comes the good news for mFT (and FT Olympus E-) photographers: In many practical situations these advantages of FF are not relevant! But what is (almost) always relevant, at least in travel, landscape- and nature photography, is portability !

Concerning overall image quality of mFT, there ist nothing to worry about: Just have a look at the images of Jay Dickman, a distinguished National Geographic photographer and Pulitzer price-winner: He works with Olympus E-system which is based on a Four Thirds- sensor less capable of what we find now in the most advanced mFT-cameras! 's Portfolio/1/

YES YOU CAN, with a mFT (of FT-) -camera, take photographs in professional quality, if YOU can...

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