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On article Olympus OM-D E-M1X review (2413 comments in total)
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sbu: Creepy with all those people shooting other formats who feels compelled to comment here.

DtBB: I am an Oly user for the last 10 years and I agree with you to some extent.
Landscape, Journalism and Fashion. apart from journalism, the others I assume use tripods mainly to get their top images.
Journalism has been Nik/Can for ever but as photo journalists are a dying breed I guess it doesn't matter too much.
These FF camera's have amazing image quality, if you can take advantage of it and pro's always will. The few pro's I have spoken to claim many pro's carry around an Oly for quick shoots where lugging the big bag is not worth it. They will never mention it to clients as clients only think N/Can.

I own a D800 and I like it. Will it replace my OM1 - don't think so but early days. Certainly not in bird shots - the ker CLUNK! means one shot and the birds are gone if you are close to them.

Link | Posted on May 9, 2019 at 03:54 UTC
On article Olympus OM-D E-M1X review (2413 comments in total)
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Stefano Rugolo: Good luck to Olympus. But I will never spend that amount of money for a camera that produces lower quality raw files comparing to my 6 year old dsrl.

Stefano: My understanding is that OLy is planning to get the E-M1X camera with a 500+mm lens ie 1000 in M4/3rds, that you can shoot hand held for sports and birds shots etc. The lens for Canon/Nikon to do this job is over $10,000.
To me that has a serious advantage to lugging an FX camera, very heavy lens/es and a serious tripod around the country! IQ is so good these days how much more do you need? I will take the smaller, lighter, cheaper version and enjoy my trip!

Link | Posted on May 8, 2019 at 05:48 UTC
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