Misinformation about m4/3

Started Feb 14, 2014 | Discussions thread
Martin.au Forum Pro • Posts: 13,059
Re: What worked .. plus what they already have and know how to use well ..

Sergey_Green wrote:

danieljcox wrote:

Many Professionals stick with what has worked for them and then eventually miss the train of new and better opportunities. I personally feel the Micro Four Thirds option is serious alternative for all photographers. It will just take a bit more time for people here in the states to get the message. I'm doing what I can to get the word out about the pros and cons of the current Micro Four Thirds gear. If you're interested you can read more on my Blog at http://www.naturalexposures.com/corkboard/. I'm absolutely love the Lumix GH3's I'm currently using.

I think you mean this

Testing Panasonic’s Newest Micro Four Thirds Camera: The GH3

Yes, nice.
This is from the blog,

Fred Kurtz captured the beauty of the lilac breasted roller as it jumped from its perch to fly off. D4

My version of the same shot just a little behind the action. GH3

Funny thing about that shot. If both shots were using the same EFL, then either both shots would be bad (if using the GH3's EFL), or good, if using the D4's wider EFL.

The actual difference in the bird's location is only about half the length of the bird.

Was that the point you were making Sergey?

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