My problem with all of them is the power zoom, I hate power zooms.I'm looking at 1" BSI pocket rockets. Need to find one with a hot shoe. Why don't they make one with a hot shoe, like the old RX100's?
he he heBut it's a Canon.....
Now you're talking.he he he
Yes, I'm a Nikon shooter from the 1970s.
Rather than buy Canon lens and adapt it to m4/3, I would just get m4/3 lenses.
If I want to go APS-C or FF, I would use or add to my Nikon gear.
If I want a LONG lens, I put my Nikon 500mm mirror lens onto a Nikon-F to m4/3 adapter.
In my case, it would be for shooting in LOW light or active sports. Or a worse combo, night sports under lights.I just don't understand adding a DSLR system back to one's kit after using a mirrorless system like M4/3. I just can't fathom carting one of those around, let alone with a selection of lenses!
I think because if you bring along a flash, you've pretty much turned it into a "system" which defeats the design goal.I'm looking at 1" BSI pocket rockets. Need to find one with a hot shoe. Why don't they make one with a hot shoe, like the old RX100's?
Can't you do that with an original E-M5 + 12-50mm?I just went back to a Pentax body. If I could have acquired a wx-sealed and IBIS body + lens for $300 I'd have done so, but alas. I have many K-lenses anyway, and Pentax uses the Panasonic USB cable so it's an easy transition. Pentax does not 'do' video so the Lumix isn't threatened by this for moving images.