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D500...stopped in my tracks.

Wandering around John Lewis's today I passed a Nikon display cabinet..... 'Whoa-there'.....I did a double take and was literally stopped in my tracks by the size of the Nikon D500 fitted with kit zoom and hood.

No doubt its comparable in size to similar DSLR's but compared to my E-M1 mkii it's enormous heaven know what it weighed.

I'm out of touch having only handled M4/3 cameras since the E-M5 came out.

The E-M1 mkii I find heavy, but my 75 year old, sparrow like arms could just not support a D500.
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