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Re: Coming Back to the EM 5

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Ive not got a OMD that the point I am going to get one this week but which I don't know... So far it seems the EM10
In post 30 you say "I've tried a EM 1 and was very impress with images."
And on Talk Photography in the Olympus thread, on Thursday you say "Getting the EM 1 tmr for whole weekend on the test drive thingy."
So if you do indeed have the E-M1 for the weekend, and like it in terms of image quality, handling and so on, I would stick with that, unless of course you can do similar for an E-M10. As Kylie would say "Better the devil you know"!!
But that's just what I would do, and I'm probably not helping!!
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In post 30 you say "I've tried a EM 1 and was very impress with images."
And on Talk Photography in the Olympus thread, on Thursday you say "Getting the EM 1 tmr for whole weekend on the test drive thingy."
So if you do indeed have the E-M1 for the weekend, and like it in terms of image quality, handling and so on, I would stick with that, unless of course you can do similar for an E-M10. As Kylie would say "Better the devil you know"!!
But that's just what I would do, and I'm probably not helping!!
Yes that right. But I not been able to test the em10 as if that is perfectly fine it be no brained to save half of money and get that
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Re: Coming Back to the EM 5

It sounds like you've made your mind up on the E-M10 then! Well done!
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It sounds like you've made your mind up on the E-M10 then! Well done!
But need to test it first to see how it perform
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Re: Coming Back to the EM 5

Wellyboot did you say you a EM1
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Wellyboot did you say you a EM1
Not sure what you mean and which post of mine you are referring to? I have typed exactly which model I meant to type in each post?
Could you explain what you mean please?
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Not sure what you mean and which post of mine you are referring to? I have typed exactly which model I meant to type in each post?
Could you explain what you mean please?
Which Camera you got which OMD I am sorry there is a lot of people with different cameras finding it hard to keep track
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I'm not sure how it can help you knowing what camera I have, becuase I do very different photography to you, and each individual's needs are different, eg I have a chronic illness
I wish you good luck in your search
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Re: Coming Back to the EM 5

Rooky, you will never find the perfect camera for you by asking what other people use. There comes a time when you need to make your own mind up. You say you've tried an E-M1 over the weekend. Did you like it and can you afford it? If the answer to both questions is Yes, then there you are. Your own perfect camera. If not, ask yourself what you didn't like, then buy accordingly.
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Rooky, you will never find the perfect camera for you by asking what other people use. There comes a time when you need to make your own mind up. You say you've tried an E-M1 over the weekend. Did you like it and can you afford it? If the answer to both questions is Yes, then there you are. Your own perfect camera. If not, ask yourself what you didn't like, then buy accordingly.
Lovely camera but 1500 for a new uk version

2nd hand 700 but 6 month old with the kit lens not pro lens. And import trying haggle that price

Em10 brand new uk with 2 lens 599.

Like u say gotta make my choice and get on with it. There also the Sony A7ii but the Len price are too much
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Rooky, you will never find the perfect camera for you by asking what other people use. There comes a time when you need to make your own mind up. You say you've tried an E-M1 over the weekend. Did you like it and can you afford it? If the answer to both questions is Yes, then there you are. Your own perfect camera. If not, ask yourself what you didn't like, then buy accordingly.
Couldn't agree more.....after 3 years, this M5 become my first 16mp Oly and OMD and yes, for the current price this is great value
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Re: Coming Back to the EM 5

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Lovely camera but 1500 for a new uk version

2nd hand 700 but 6 month old with the kit lens not pro lens. And import trying haggle that price

Em10 brand new uk with 2 lens 599.

Like u say gotta make my choice and get on with it. There also the Sony A7ii but the Len price are too much
How did you get on with the E-M1 over the weekend, you seemed pretty pleased with it.
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