First camera for Portrait shoots

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dlevitt Senior Member • Posts: 1,040
Re: First camera for Portrait shoots

DeCal Photography wrote:

Sorry for the confusion. I was referring to the other suggestions of getting a portrait lens for my Nikon when I was talking about a system that is losing support.

What are the major differences between the Olympus om-d em10 mkii and mkiii?

I have the M 10 mark 2, and have been happy with it.

My understanding is the Mark 3 has simplified the menus to make it more beginner friendly.

I think that Robin Wong has some useful reviews from the photographer viewpoint, instead of just comparing specifications

https://robinwong.blogspot.com/2015/08/olympus-om-d-e-m10-mark-ii-review.html

https://blog.mingthein.com/2017/08/31/review-2017-olympus-e-m10-mark-iii/

Both are really close in price on mpb.com.

Also, are the Olympus 25mm 1.8 and 45mm 1.8 lenses good at autofocus and sharpness wise?

https://robinwong.blogspot.com/2014/02/olympus-mzuiko-25mm-f18-review-part-1.html

I did not see a 'part 2' for that review.

There are multiple images taken with these lenses [and the 'kit' zoom lens] embedded in the linked reviews. Similar Panasonic lenses are also available and are fully functional on the Olympus bodies.

There are also Olympus 'Pro' and Panasonic 'Leica' lenses available at much higher prices [with slightly wider apertures ]

Thank you

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