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Old 16th March 2013
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Re: new OM-D user ;)

I am not surprised that photos taken with the ZX-1 and the OM-D E-M5 appear to be of similar quality on screen or printed at normal size. However images taken in poor light using higher ISO settings will look very different as regards noise and loss of detail. The larger and more recent sensor in the OM-D does make a difference.

As others have pointed out the most noticeable advantages of the OM-D are its versatility, interchangeable lenses, speed and customisation options.
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