M4/3 in low light

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markus9 Forum Member • Posts: 79
Re: M4/3 in low light

How dark 'night' are we talking about? The m43 zooms you mention are rather for good (day)light work.

In general, you want to be looking at f1.8 or faster primes for night work. That will give you at least 2 stops advantage over those m43 zooms.

The resulting images with such a prime will also be better than what you achieved with D90 and 18-300mm by quite a bit.

There are quite a lot of affordable m43 primes you can buy now or later.

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