DPR Says If Coming From E-3/5 You'll Be Dissapointed In Focusing

Started Sep 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
boggis the cat Veteran Member • Posts: 6,328
Re: DPR Says If Coming From E-3/5 You'll Be Dissapointed In Focusing

Raist3d wrote:

boggis the cat wrote:

Raist3d wrote:

CharlesB58 wrote:

Because we all know dpr is the only review worth reading...

Yeah, we know if you want to read something very objective about Olympus, there's always Robin Wong to the rescue

So you're going to save some more money, Ricardo?

What with the E-M1 clearly being rubbish.

Lol, where in any shape or form did I imply the EM-1 "is rubbish" - been saying quite the opposite actually

Yes, I can think the E-M1 is an excellent camera even if 4/3rds AF is not quite up there and Robin Wong is still very Olympus biased Those are different independent points, right?

Just think how much money you could have been saving if Olympus had made the E-M1 US$1700 like the E-5.

My guess is you can blame the E-M5 for selling so well that they recouped their initial R&D and could lower the MSRP on the E-M1.

If you look at it from that perspective, Olympus have basically cost you at least US$300 in savings, Ricardo.  And another US$300 by selling that 12-40 f/2 for US$1000 instead of US$1300.

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