I remember unboxing my EM5 and marveling at how small and light it was, and hoping I hadn't made a big mistake.I am embarrassed to admit that my initial reaction to the lenses for my m4/3 camera was, "They want how much for this dinky little thing?" For instance, the Oly 45 f/1.8 feels like a toy. I half expected it to have Hasbro silk-screened on it someplace. But it is as good as any lens I've used. A lifetime of habit, experience and expectation is hard to overcome.
Thanks for the link, good to see Samsung doing some marketing for their cameras which re excellent and their lenses are 1st classI found this to be humorous :smile:
Wonderful shot Frank -Cute ad, but when it comes to cameras, bigger is better. I love the fun factor of my u4/3 gear, but when I want something to frame, I reach for my d700.
Great shot Frank! :smile:
I figure FF DSLRs will hold their ground until Sony starts building upon their RX1 concept with interchangeable lenses....
Thanks, Panther, Mike. The d700 and 85/1.4 are a combo that's hard to beat.Wonderful shot Frank -
Frank,Thanks, Panther, Mike. The d700 and 85/1.4 are a combo that's hard to beat.
Are you postulating an indirect correlation between sensor size and crunchiness? It makes sense. How crunchy is your NEX6? I checked one out last week, and it's a pretty slick package.there's just a little something extra in the look of photos from an FX camera that I don't see with the croppers, especially mFT.