E-PM2 IQ looks fantastic on studio shots - but what would lose with the kit lens?

Started Feb 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
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2eyesee OP Senior Member • Posts: 1,982
Re: E-PM2 IQ looks fantastic on studio shots - but what would lose with the kit lens?

Aleo Veuliah wrote:

Kit lenses in my opinion are good and very useful, and Micro 4/3 has good ones to choose from Olympus and Panasonic Lumix.

Which is why I won't be getting rid of my Panasonic 14-45mm. In situations where I don't need a wide aperture (i.e. in good light) I'll certainly have the 14-45mm on - I find the versatility of a zoom can be the difference between getting and missing a shot when you don't have time to swap primes. Not to mention the fact that my primes aren't stabilised, making the 14-45mm the best choice for video.

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