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Re: Tony Northrup believes micro-four-thirds is dead

I like what Michael Rammell is saying, he puts it so much better than I could. Olympus do need to differentiate their market offerings in a better way... oh, and support this forum as part of that marketing push.

Positioning the E-M5 range as video centric might be a good idea but that does leave us amateurs who wish to concentrate on stills (and not pay the video price) with the E-M10 range. Fine, but the E-M10 range would need to up its game a bit and have top end and low end models with the top end models more like the current E-M5ii (including weather proofing, IS, and loads of dials & buttons).
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