Food for thought - FF vs M4/3's cost

Started Mar 25, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Food for thought - FF vs M4/3's cost

Bob Tullis wrote:

I'm not at all interested. What I can't do within what I choose to do with the current kit isn't about hardware. It's not about the weight, I find the current mass between me and the subject is as large as I want to go. It might be about that first good experience with an SLR, against which I'll hold as the comparison to all others.

I took to digital SLRs for all the reasons one would, and dove in head first. But after that time with them, once finding they aren't the only respectable game in town I'm happy to say goodbye to that form factor. I can deal with fast subjects from time to time, in my own manner, but it's not like I have to make a living on that genre or want to make believe I can. If I didn't have that decade with DSLRs, though, I'm sure I'd salivate at the potential to try it out now.

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...Bob, NYC
"Well, sometimes the magic works. . . Sometimes, it doesn't." - Little Big Man

Understood Bob, I've also had my time with DSLR's but I'm being tempted back, some things I miss, maybe more than I originally thought, I appreciate it's horses for courses.

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