How Are We?

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john isaacs Veteran Member • Posts: 3,386
Re: Bring it on. The more choices the better.
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nzmacro wrote:

CharlesB58 wrote:

2009 Micro Four Thirds debuts: "These cameras are so small, they're like toys. Plus, they will never catch on without a pro spec'd flagship model, Olympus needs to figure out the market."

2011 EPM1: "It's too small" and it fails. "When will Olympus come out with a camera for pros and serious amateurs"

2012 OMD EM5: "It's getting there, but still not a camera "real pros" would use. And why does it have to look like a slr?"

2013 OMD EM1: "It's not really a professional camera. Olympus needs to come out with something to compete with Canon and Nikon."

2019 OMD EM1x: "It's too big. Olympus has lost its focus. They forgot what m4/3 is all about."

Yeah, we're that messed up as a group of camera owners. LOL

I think some forget it's all about having a choice in a system. I'm happy with a small camera to a large camera. I mean heck, we have so many bodies and lenses to choose from and maybe that's the issue.

All the best and a good smile this post. Probably very close to the truth

Danny.

I DON'T want to buy an E-M1x just to get a MyMenu function.  But Olympus hasn't done firmware updates to bring enhanced user interface elements to E-M1 and E-M5 cameras.    Mimicking Panasonic's "you bought it, you're stuck with it" philosophy.

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Nikon D7100 Olympus E-M1 Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH4 Nikon D750 Olympus E-M5 II +13 more
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