lunic

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Joined on Apr 23, 2011

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  • The E-M1Ⅱ, its sensor size and price matter, but the entire Olympus system matters more. In Olympus system, consumers need more performance than entry bodies had to choose E-M1 or waited for E-M1Ⅱ,...

  • I suppose that main purpose of this chart is about characteristics like color representation or noise pattern from .jpgs and RAWs from each camera, not the resolution of each optics.

  • In conclusion, you saying "Using the EFC shutter mode results in 14-bit files, just as when using the mechanical shutter, but the fully electronic results in 12-bit files.", however it does not...

  • Thanks, but I am asking to people who have experienced that camera. There already some real working samples of that camera, so testers can give clear answers, not speculations.

  • So I am curious about two things -
    1. does it works well with Olympus/Panasonic lens?
    2. what type of hot-shoe contacts does it have? Olympus/Panasonic type?

  • If you crop the M4/3 sensor in 3:2 ratio, then 12mm lens become 24.9mm equivalent. I do not think that is quite a big disadvantage.

  • @arbux - Don't want to ignite that old discussion again, but if FF is the optimal, than Sony is the one and only winner for now. And Samsung is not deserved to claim that larger-format strategy is...

  • For Samsung's perspective, Early NX system (before the NX200) was always better than M4/3 in every aspect just because they have APS-C chips. Every early NX ads were aggressive to M4/3 for their...

  • Mirrorless system and its digital compensation of 2-D abberations (barrel and pincushions, CA, vignetting,...) made optical formulae simpler. Even Oly's 12-40PRO or Pany's 12-35X has 14 elements in...

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