- Mar 25, 2018
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If thinking about spending a lot of money on what (in my experience) usually ends up as an entire system - it really is worth borrowing or renting the items which will be most important to you first.Interesting and Very ReAssuring when you put comments into wider context. Thank You.
I’ve never been happy with x1.4 and x2.0 tele converters on my Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS, May have only ever taken few dozen shots with them, maybe 36 shots LOL, tend to use that lens for portraits and weddings, not wildlife. Think the extra range on Olympus 40-150mm would better suit any playing with wildlife that I might do In future.
Stop Press - just had my Promotional 25mm f1.2 Pro Approved . Only wish my November trip to Goa wasn’t cancelled.
Perhaps I'm biased because I rarely shoot at night - and when I do, it's generally a static subject and I bracket like mad. Many people on this forum will have many, often differing, reasons why MFT is good enough for them.
Regardless of how good I think the EM1 Mk2 is, you still have to operate the camera within its limitations, and advanced as it is, it does not think for you and it certainly doesn't automatically select the best settings for a given subject on a given day.
The Mk3 is definitely not a product that a Nikon shooter can expect to master in a weekend at the seaside. Petapixel's evaluation isn't exactly scientific.