haslo

haslo

Lives in Switzerland Ostermundigen, Switzerland
Works as a Senior Software Architect
Has a website at http://glodjib.ch
Joined on Jan 27, 2015

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Clint Dunn: What a great camera with such a small sensor. Unfortunately Olympus will never be more then a niche market. Imagine the volume they would sell if this camera had all the same features and a FF sensor?!
Queue the defensive comments from Olympus owners...

@Clint it does, I've printed 100x80cm and it works fine. Not put-your-nose-up-to-it fine of course, but if you put your nose up to the image, you only look at details and not the image (because by then, the image is way too large for your viewing field).

Link | Posted on Oct 13, 2016 at 18:56 UTC
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Tommi K1: Thank you Olympus from ruining the camera for photographers and trying to please videographers by adding a off-axis slow operation and fragile sure articulating screen!

Now the screen is 95% of the time useless instead only 5% useless!

Owning an E-M5ii and an E-M1 and thus both an articulating and a tilting screen, I prefer the articulating for range of operation and the tilting screen for speed of operation. The articulating screen appears to be turned the wrong way around rather often, for some reason.

I have no strong preference between the two.

Link | Posted on Sep 20, 2016 at 07:08 UTC
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Clint Dunn: What a great camera with such a small sensor. Unfortunately Olympus will never be more then a niche market. Imagine the volume they would sell if this camera had all the same features and a FF sensor?!
Queue the defensive comments from Olympus owners...

If it had a FF sensor, it wouldn't have the same features. Namely, the awesome Olympus IBIS is much easier to achieve with smaller sensors, because physics.

Link | Posted on Sep 20, 2016 at 07:06 UTC
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Jorginho: Nice video, thx. So here it becomes clear that cdaf is getting there. First panasonic with dfd that gets us 7,5 fps. Now this one gets to 5 fps....and much like the gh4 it does very well in low light. I don't think ospdaf currently can do that.

And the darned menusystem...both agree it id pretty obnoxious...Change it please oly.

Start to wonder why it does not grt a gold reward...

Actually, the reason why the E-M1 can do 9 fps with continuous AF and not 5 fps like the E-M5II is that the E-M1 has ospdaf (almost exclusively used for focus tracking and legacy lenses). So I'd say that phase detection is still superior.

Link | Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 09:42 UTC
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