Want a complete system as of today? Get m4/3
Want a smaller supplemental (2nd or 3rd) system to your DSLR? Get Fuji X
Want incrementally higher IQ? Get Fuji X
Want very nice fast zooms? Get m4/3
Want very nice fast primes? Get either (but my preference is Fuji)
The Panny 35-100 is great. Good sharpness wide open, deadly sharp at f/4.
I was debating the 75 but I really appreciate the zoom when traveling and hustling around. Of course, it works great with the 12-35.
On your comment on zooms vs. primes, that was what I decided on with my kit. Fuji was...
If this was a Fuji FF I'd be drooling until launch.
However, I just don't know what Sony will do with their lens lineup. Ideally I'd want 14-200, in 14-24/24-70/70-200 in f/4 zooms, a 35 f/2 or faster, 50 f/2 or faster, and 85 f/2 or faster.
And when you mount those cheap bright/fast normal lenses on high resolution sensors they perform poorly.
Even a Leica 35 Summilux would not fit your criterion. See Amin's post: https://www.mu-43.com/f35/pixel-peep-36680/
See: [DBTech] Advanced User Tagging v3 (vB4) - vBulletin.org Forum
Essentially it works like a "mention" on Twitter/Facebook.
You can tag a user in a post.
For example, you could have written "@ drewbot can you explain how this functionality works and what it adds?"
The next time I sign into...
Amin and Admins,
Since this forum has exploded as of late I think it would be great if user tagging, or mentioning, was implemented.
Threads can get lost quite easily nowadays.
I've seen this function in other forums (car forums actually) and it works quite well.
Perhaps you could swing a dual system approach and try and not overlap.
As you mentioned, you could go barebones to the E-M5 and 20 combo. When you don't want to carry a protruding lens, you have this little powerful combo.
As you also mentioned, tracking and not zooming with your feet is...
As the title says, I am looking for an elegant (not so bulky) way to have two cameras attached to one sling/strap assembly.
I am aware that the BlackRapids of the world do offer this, but they are quite bulky for the weight of two OM-D's.
I was wondering if anyone had another route...
I've delegated m4/3 for fast Panny zooms only. That combo is so versatile and I do not think Fuji has that in mind for X system.
Actually I've sold my X-E1 kit to fund the 35-100, but am planning on re-entering Fuji X upon the release of the X-Pro2, and the 23/56 primes.