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The other review by Chin Koon Yik is useful.
At least he used the real world under, opposed to lab condition.
I don`t know what it is with most reviewer`s but instead of trying to get the best out of a camera in poor light, they find it fairer to set all camera`s to the same high iso then claim that "Y" performs better than "Z" because it shows less noise, hardly much of a real world test is it.
If "Z" had in body IS, or any IS you would set a much lower ISO, "Y" not having any form of IS would seem disadvantaged and perform not so well due to using a much higher ISO, tough, but at least its real world
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I always find Kai Wong's reviews entertaining. His video review of the E-P3 is here.
Ahh yes the Hong Kong maverick
He has a fun, less anorak type approach.
Forgot to add CB, the touch screen is rather nice for selecting focus point
But, according to Kai's vid, it is not always accurate for focus selection. The touch screen is something I would probably switch off.
Yes I think here though he was talking about the touch screen not being the good used for the taking of the picture, its still a good quick way to select focus point.
A bit counter-intuitive though, selecting the point with your finger on the touch screen and then moving your hand and finger to press the shutter button. Subject will have disappeared by then. Lol!
Probably still quicker than fiddling with buttons or menus
I was told they folded, but these a pretty much identical and available.
There not cheap and they are manual focus only.
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