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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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Re: OMD EM5 with 90-250 versus Olympus E5

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I can see why the E-5 struggles in IQ against the E-M5 in the one of the conductor in profile (that was taken with the E5 and 90-250) & why it would be nice to have the latest body that would work well with the 90-250 lens. Maybe next month we will know.

You could always offer to test out this new body & lens combination for Olympus. They should be pleased for the great opportunity to show how well it would perform.

Thanks Ross. That sounds like a good idea. I might look into it.....
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Re: OMD EM5 with 90-250 versus Olympus E5

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Thanks Ross. That sounds like a good idea. I might look into it.....
I was half joking but then again, if you don't ask, you won't get. Maybe Ian could advise you on any possibility of that. I hope something good happens for you with your gear needs.

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Re: OMD EM5 with 90-250 versus Olympus E5

Here is photo taken with the OMD and the 45 f1.8 lens. Taken during rehearsal so I was able to be a lot closer. This is an impressive lens!

Vilde Frang, Norwegian violinist.


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Re: OMD EM5 with 90-250 versus Olympus E5

Yes the m4/3rds 45mm and especially the 75mm are good for this kind of stuff!
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