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Olympus OM-D E-M5 The first Micro Four Thirds camera from Olympus with an integrated Electronic Viewfinder

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Old 28th September 2012
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Twice as good?


Olympus tell me this is a completely amateur production - I reckon they should offer him a job!

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Re: Twice as good?

Very slick, to the point and effective. Are Olympus going to use it?
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Re: Twice as good?

If Olympus don't use this then they want their heads examining. I think it's superb.
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Hows life in Skye John?

Did Shakespeare really say your quote? lol

I thought he said "Use 4/3 and avoid full frame" lol

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Re: Twice as good?

I like the way it shows you both black and silver versions of the E-M5
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Re: Twice as good?

The other one is pretty good too.

This one takes the prize though.

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Re: Twice as good?

Nice idea well made. Paul was it not "Full frame or four thirds that is the question?"
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Hi paul,

Life is going well now thanks very much.
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Re: Twice as good?

Superb! Olympic should use this.
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Absolutely brilliant! they should definitely use it.
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Very subtle and effective, typically `British' way of advertising!
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