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Re: Four Thirds Lenses v Micro Four Thirds

It depends on the lens. The 4/3 12-60 is better glass than the m4/3 12-50. But the 4/3 70-300 is probably no better than the m4/3 75-300. But like I said, there are other factors in play, such as the camera sensor, processing firmware, anti-alias filter, image stabilisation, etc, etc. You need to really try a lens, if it provides the quality you or your library seek then fine. If not, sell it! There's no paper answer, only real-world experience.
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