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Re: Happiness is.. a Pen F and a few small primes

A fantastic demo of the system's capabilities. Have you thought of doing an article for the Oly mag?

>> When I see people complaining that the m43 sensor is too small to deliver top rate IQ I think it's because they've never tried. <<

There's also an element of 'fear' involved, as a result of the already heavily-invested mindset of many of our still-mirrored colleagues

People are beginning to sit up and take notice, however. In our camera club PDI and print competitions an increasing proportion of winning and placed images are taken on m4/3.

Not only the traditional genres, either: one of my M1ii/300/1.4 images of a sedge warbler got 2 Firsts in club and regional competitions in the past few months from 'specialist' wildlife judges against mainly full-frame canikon competition, and I'm very far from being alone in this.

'How good image quality do you need for the majority of your intended use?' is the correct question to ask before weighing yourself down with glass and metal.
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