November 26, 2011 by Crazed Hiker
I have had this camera for a year now, my boyfriend bought if for me for Christmas last year, and I've been using it every chance I can since! Its easy to use and the picture quality is stunning. Its as simple as point and click or as complex as controlling the shutter speed and putting in different effects to add to some life to the photos. As a beginner this is the camera of a life time, I look forward to many more years of use.
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November 25, 2011 by blinging
great gift
i received this as a gift from my father for christmas and it has performed way beyond my expectations. i have found more reasons to bring my camera around to take photos. the only thing i need now is a larger zoom lens.
November 19, 2011 by Bubba
This is the best camera !
I love this camera so mutch I bought two. One for my girl and one for my self.
November 14, 2011 by digital_photog
So Far So Good!
I haven't had a lot of time with this camera but it performs very well. The lens quality seems to be very good but no resolution testing has been done by me. The image quality looks good on my 27 inch monitor using LightRoom and observing the image at 100%.
November 7, 2011 by Tedolph
Digital back for legacy glass
This camera is an excellent digital back for legacy glass. The light AA filter gives a pretty good ISO 1600-3200 shot, just keep an eye on underexposure exposure to avoid shadow noise. With manual lenses, the lack of control dials is a non-issue. Zoom view helps with the lower resolution screen for critical focusing. The VF-2 works very well with this camera if you are using longer focal lenghts. M and LSM rangefinder lenses (M39) are good ergonomic matches as the adapter is only about 6mm thick. If you want AF, lots of u 4/3 lenses to choose from including over one dozen prime lenses! One touch AF is very quick with Oly MSC lenses, tracking AF not so much. The only thing that is missing in a remote release. If you are traveling, the 17mm is very compact and allows the camera to fit in a large pocket or inconspicuouly under a jacket. That and the 40-150mm zoom are all you would need to take just about anywhere. Come on Oly, give us a firmware update with the remote release! Tedolph
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