- Jan 11, 2013
- Leamington Spa, UK
that you dont believe it doesnt it make it untrue.Shocking...Robin Wong writing an unusually long post to try and justify olympus...His posts have become a silly joke lately. I dont buy that in malasya the pana is 800$...
The best was when he said the em1 was stops better than the em5.
Good review but I would take some of what he's said with a grain of salt. Particularly since the lenses were tested on a olympus em10 camera. The em10 corrects for CA from olympus lenses and not for panasonic lenses. I also believe the em10 has selective sharpening algorithms for olympus lenses. It would be interesting to see the raw samples for both lenses and run them through a third party RAW processor.
....Shooting at wide open for Olympus, and stopped down to F1.8 for Panasonic, you can see from the crop above that the Olympus has better control of CA. I think this statement is open for challenge because the Olympus camera may not necessarily correct CA from Panasonic lenses very efficiently. Perhaps the Panasonic lens exhibits less CA when used with Panasonic Micro Four Thirds bodies. However, for Olympus shooters, this is the real result that you will get when using both lenses.