Sharpness compromise?

Started Apr 8, 2013 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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Re: Sharpness compromise?

ajamils1 wrote:


Thank you for your reply (as well as others). I think the conclusion for me is that, instead of looking to upgrade my gear, I probably need to spend more time in improving my technique to take better pictures..... because if everyone else is happy with the sharpness/IQ of m4/3 then there be something that I'm doing wrong

That was my impression when I looked at your gallery, if that's any indication of common examples you're referencing.

There are things DSLRs offer that can make some objectives easier to nail, but still the choice of lens along with and technique is what separates the good from the adequate.

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