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

Started Sep 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
JLTaylor Senior Member • Posts: 1,060
Better with fast lenses?



"Another benefit of on-sensor PDAF compared to a more conventional DSLR PDAF arrangement is that there is no degradation of focusing precision when using particularly wide aperture lenses, which should be good news for f/2.0 and f/1.4 lens users."

I have had AF problems with the 50mm and 150mm. There are multiple threads about AF problems with the 12-35. There may be some advantages to the M-1.

No cross type AF sensors.

There is more to an AF system than speed.

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