Olympus om-d E-M1 almost the perfect camera

Started Dec 29, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP RedBR Junior Member • Posts: 44
Re: Olympus om-d E-M1 almost the perfect camera

Godfrey wrote:

Nothing is perfect.

Why would the E-M1 require a larger sensor to be your approximation of "perfect"? I have already run into situations where I have to stop down my lovely ultra-fast lenses to obtain enough depth of field in order to cover the subject's depth properly. Why would I want LESS depth of field than that?


Your argument is a very good one! I heard this before from full frame dslr users moving towards olympus om-d em5.

Most of the people are chasing bokeh and narrow depth of field, but I think that being able to have sharp and clear a larger area is also very important.

There is on the camera market this madness that full frame represents the best sensor and this is enough for a camera.

I also think E-M1 was a good choice for you and combining with M9 is great!

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