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What MIRRORLESS camera do you have?


Carabosse e2
11 39.7k 269 England
3 Aug 2012 10:36PM
They were always known as Neveready cases in my youth! Wink

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Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
4 Aug 2012 12:24AM
Yeh it was a big mistake getting one for my X10, looks great on the camera, but its of no real use Smile
srh 10 33 1 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2012 9:02AM
Just joined the group, so this is my first post Smile

I'm currently using a Panasonic GH2 with Panny 14-140mm, Panny 25mm f1.4 and Olympus 45 f1.8 lenses.

Cheers,

Simon.
mdpontin 10 6.0k Scotland
13 Aug 2012 10:38AM
I've joined today too Smile

I've just bought an Olympus OM-D E-M5 (classic silver and black) with the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-50 f/3.6-6.3 kit lens. So now I start on the steep learning curve, figuring out all the clever things I'll be able to do with it!
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
13 Aug 2012 5:18PM
I was in Jerusalem on business last week and took the (for me) radical decision to take my Panny GX1 instead of my 7D+lenses. It is the first time I have used it in an extended period and I loved the little beauty! I can now see what all the OM-D users talk about regards 'fun' - the small size sort of liberates and does not call attention to you and the image quality is quite impressive at higher ISOs. In the darker recesses of the suq I wish the IS was more effective but that is splitting hairs, as on the plus side I was surprised how quickly I got used to the button positions to change settings without taking the camera from my eye. Panasonic seem to have put a lot of thought into the ergonomics.
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
14 Aug 2012 12:49PM
Makes you wonder why most people still prefer to lug around dslr`s and 20kg of kit Smile
Coleslaw e2
9 13.4k 28 Wales
14 Aug 2012 12:54PM

Quote:Makes you wonder why most people still prefer to lug around dslr`s and 20kg of kit Smile

Because they are still the best.... SmileTongue
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
14 Aug 2012 12:56PM
For developing muscle mass Smile
mdpontin 10 6.0k Scotland
14 Aug 2012 2:54PM
It's an interesting point though...

How much of the time do we go for a higher spec tool that we really need? For example, a full-frame dSLR and pro lenses - very nice, but not all of us will ever make use of its full capabilities. How about Photoshop? I suspect most amateur PS users (not all) only use a tiny subset of what it can do, and would be fine with Elements or Lightroom.

I don't expect my E-M5 to match what an EOS 5D and 'L' series glass can do in terms of IQ, but as long as it's capable of delivering excellent results suitable for my requirements, that should be enough. And it has the advantage of being small and light enough that I'm more likely to carry it!
mikehit e2
5 7.1k 11 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2012 3:07PM
The GX1 is certainly make me think again on that one. I am starting to seriously wonder if I need all the Canon kit I have - maybe the 7D with the 100-400 for birds and the 100 macro for....well, macro. Most of my photography is opportunistic rather than planned projects and the GX1 is so much more convenient for that and I am far more likely to take it with me and if the Panny handles landscapes as well as first impressions suggest then the 'grown up' gear may take a seat even further back on the coach. I need to really get out there and test the two set-ups and crop the hell out of the images.

Patents suggest that Panasonic is developing a model with in-body IS and if that comes out then I can look forward to using my legacy Leica lenses Grin Grin
mdpontin 10 6.0k Scotland
14 Aug 2012 8:11PM
Oops...

Quote:How much of the time do we go for a higher spec tool that we really need?


That should have read
Quote:...higher spec tool THAN we really need?
keith selmes 11 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
14 Aug 2012 9:00PM
The other day I hauled around one of those big micro 4/3 cameras and 3 lenses for several hours, and all I used, all I needed really, was the tiny little compact.

Since then I've had a session indoors, and there's no way I would use that silly little micro 4/3 thing when I have a full size 5D available.

Horses for courses again Smile
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
15 Aug 2012 1:27PM

Quote:Since then I've had a session indoors, and there's no way I would use that silly little micro 4/3 thing when I have a full size 5D available


Is there any point in a large expensive camera if it only gets used indoors Smile
keith selmes 11 7.1k 1 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2012 7:00PM
So far as I recall, Beverley Goodway always kept his RZ67s indoors Smile

(for 25 years doing the page 3 photos for the sun)
Paul Morgan e2
13 16.1k 6 England
15 Aug 2012 7:06PM
Lol that`s a tad different to keeping a large camera indoors for snaps Smile

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