An Interesting Article

Started Jan 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Optimisticly good points

dave gaines wrote:


I agree. These are all good reasons for Olympus to keep making 4/3 DSLRs. And it needs to evolve with a better sensor. As Chris said, "Better sensors are the main reason for releasing new cameras: better DR, better high iso, better overall noise control."

Good points Riley. The Full Frame Factor is going to eliminate the high priced APS cameras. Except if you want a rugged, weather proof camera in the mid-price level. Again, Olympus to the rescue.

I haven't read anything about canikon eliminating APS cameras. But I'm reading more about the process of photography and artistic expression than I am about gear. I just don't read all of the review articles about other camera brands. I expct canikon to keep producing cameras for the masses. It's got to be highly profitable. If they don't produce a Pro level APS camera then so much the better for Olympus.

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What a lot of people have left out of this equation is the users of long lenses. A lot of the wildlife shooters are starting to bitch about having to go FF. Yes more MP and crop but its nice to actually see what you are shooting.

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