@Eirik I never destroyed any of mine touchscreens (e-m10 and 2x em-1 mk1).
I’m so certain I won’t brake it so I never turn my G9 around.
Of those two touchscreen hinges, I would rather pay more for a tilt up/down instead of a turn out and swivel around.
@Cederic if the question from original poster had been 4 lenses, it’s quite possible that the 100-400 pana would be included.
I often walk around with 8-18, 12-40, 40-150 and 100-400, but that’s more then three lenses.
Haven’t read every reply, so other people might have said this before, but here’s my five cents.
With that much glass, I would rather have another body.
At least if you change lenses a lot.
But this comes from a guy who is to lazy to change lenses.
I’m on a trip in Italy now with
I don’t angre on saturated if you look at cheaper then Oly 1.2 pro and with AF.
Then there is only 1 (?) left at 25mm that is considerably faster then ply 1.8.
The pana 1.4.
I forgot to mention AF in my first post, that’s my fault.
It might not be for everyone a lens faster then 25mm 1.8...
I understand that, but my needs are as follows.
I either have to use a blitz , or iso 3200 or upward during the winter when in family gatherings.
My family loves to keep it way to dark and “cozy” dimming all the lights inside when it’s dark outside.
I do understand that stabilization on 300 mm is important.
I also do like the dual IS with pana 100-400, but that is at the longer end.
I don’t think i’ve ruined a single shot @ 100 mm when the pana 100-400 Lena was on the Em1 mk1.
So still a little baffled about the importance of dual is...
Is significantly better with what?
Pictures with longer shutterspeed and that is about it that OIS is helping for...?
How often is that (long shutterspeed with 40-150) significantly important when taking a picture?
Often enough for consumers to buy a more expensive lens?
Or is it prosumer...
I don’t think a weather sealed 1.8 would cut it for myself.
I would rather have a un-sealed 1.4. That would open my wallet.
But it feels strange in a good way. No GAS with current lineup.
Rumored Em1x is to expensive, em1mkII also.
If they sometime release a em5mkIII that crushes em1mk1 I...
So, this is just a thought.
Some people (at least me), is not that interested in buying the f1.2 primes (because it’s to expensive for me now, it’s difficult to justify the price), but will they ever release something in between1.2 and 1.8?
Why would they?
My view on this is simply: they are a...
It’s just confirmation bias either you are on Northrup or Thorpe side.
Looking forward to the future.
Maybe m43 is dead, maybe not.
Life is to short to use a lot of time on this matter. Not much difference I can make anyways.
@Ross the fiddler ahh, did not know about that feature. Tried replying there a long time ago and couldn’t figure out how to do that without creating a account. Guess I was blind, or something has changed since then.
A long thread, haven’t read everything.
But I think Nikon is spot on in this release.
If they had released a pro camera, the price would be higher (most probably), and sales lower.
it’s difficult to say “this is the new thing”, when it don’t sell as expected.
Release round 1, for the...
I have to admit, I’ve found the 100-400 somewhat boring in the colors compared with 40-150.
And I’ve had some problems with the ibis from EM-1 with the 100-400.
But now with G9?
1/320 of a second handheld 400mm.
(Difficult to frame due to a lot of branches/ nature.
But loving this combo...