If you can't go all in at once, which way do you go?

Started Jun 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
Acrill Senior Member • Posts: 2,469
Re: Good lens, basic body

NancyP wrote:

It is probably good NOT to have every bell and whistle. Camera should have RAW option, and should have manual, aperture priority, shutter priority modes with automatic exposure compensation ability. That definition fits every DSLR and many point and shoot cameras out there. There is a lot to learn, and it is best to learn the basics before fiddling with 15 different modes of autofocus.

Optics hold their utility far longer than bodies.

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The problem with this attitude is that 'basic' cameras don't really exist in the micro-four-thirds system.

All of these bodies have the same auto-focus modes. They have mostly the same bells and whistles.

The main difference separating these cameras are sensor performance and ergonomic handling. That is it.

Your comment is out of place in the m4/3 forum.

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