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I bought this last month. Added 42-150 lense reconditioned for $60 from Olympus.
Worth every penny.
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How come nobody cares about portability? I don't want a bigger camera/lens than m43, it's eons superior to the best of cellphone camera and it's still lightweight and semi portable. I don't want a big heavy full frame camera, I wan't the smallest thing possible with a big sensor.
you have a point, issue is that most of them are the same size as a camera with a larger APS-C sensor. I had a Panasonic GX85 MFT and that thing is literally the same size as my Sony A6300. The lens on my Sony for the most part are also the same size as the GX85 (comparing similar prime lens w/ similar aperture). Pricepoint wise, a Sony A6000 is the same as a GX85, and you can pick up really good Sigma fast prime lens for cheap for Sony. With everything I highlighted above, I can totally understand why it doesn't make sense to go MFT.
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you have a point, issue is that most of them are the same size as a camera with a larger APS-C sensor. I had a Panasonic GX85 MFT and that thing is literally the same size as my Sony A6300. The lens on my Sony for the most part are also the same size as the GX85 (comparing similar prime lens w/ similar aperture). Pricepoint wise, a Sony A6000 is the same as a GX85, and you can pick up really good Sigma fast prime lens for cheap for Sony. With everything I highlighted above, I can totally understand why it doesn't make sense to go MFT.
Aside from price including bundles, let's not forget that the GX85 has image stabilization and 4K recording--pretty important for budding videographers. For just photography though, I feel the a6000 is still pretty compelling.
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Big fan of Olympus, I have about 4 Pens/OMD cameras with dozens of m43 lenses.... But no 4k video, no bueno.I rather do Panasonic now.
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To those kept said Olympus is going out of business... Getting this just as a point and shoot still make it worth as is... It probably cost you more to get a good point and shoot that give you crappy quality under 400 anyway, this will at least give you little better quality than p&s if not better with this kit lens. even they don't make new lenses, you're good enough with the old selection of lenses along with Panasonic m43 lenses
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Is ISO noise performance on this better than Canon t2i/550d?
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sad to see it goes away even i am not olympus user... if you like small form factor, you should check out fujifilm X line. Fuji is really good with firmware updates compare to canikion or sony
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I have this camera and it's really FUN to use. I recommend getting the 40-150 and a wide angle prime and you'll be set. This is great travel and street camera. Also a great entry level camera. I hate the snobbery in the photography community. So many "pros" that think if you're not buying/shooting FF then you're doing it wrong or you won't get good photos. Most of these fools like to share specs on all their gear instead of taking and sharing photos.
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This body should be compatible with all my lumix lenses correct? I already have the G85, but curious to pick this one up to play around with.
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you have a point, issue is that most of them are the same size as a camera with a larger APS-C sensor. I had a Panasonic GX85 MFT and that thing is literally the same size as my Sony A6300. The lens on my Sony for the most part are also the same size as the GX85 (comparing similar prime lens w/ similar aperture). Pricepoint wise, a Sony A6000 is the same as a GX85, and you can pick up really good Sigma fast prime lens for cheap for Sony. With everything I highlighted above, I can totally understand why it doesn't make sense to go MFT.
The bodies will always be similar just due to ergonomic needs, one of my bodies is a GX85 and I had to put a grip on it because it was too small to single hand safely. I agree that the APS-C vs MFT difference in glass for primes is fairly nominal until you get in to the vanity apertures. The divergence I cared about was in the super telephoto range and I pretty much bought in to the MFT just for the form factor offered by the Panasonic 100-400mm f/4.0-6.3 and Olympus 40-150mm f/2.8 lenses.
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Need a deal on E-M1 III
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This body should be compatible with all my lumix lenses correct? I already have the G85, but curious to pick this one up to play around with.
Yes, but I believe that certain features like Panasonic's aperture rings will not work on an Olympus body. Think 15mm f/1.7 and 42.5mm f/1.2 lenses.
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Disagree 100 percent. I laugh at people when I see them holding a phone or ipad to take pictures at a graduation. This thing will take 1000 times better pics than any iphone. There are still great lenses. For 99 percent of people this camera will kick ass for years
Most people don't own any camera except the phone .
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Disagree 100 percent. I laugh at people when I see them holding a phone or ipad to take pictures at a graduation. This thing will take 1000 times better pics than any iphone. There are still great lenses. For 99 percent of people this camera will kick ass for years
I totally agree. I have some great moon shots with my Oly 4/3rds, that a phone coudnt possibly take. It's still a camera that takes great pics, I have about 6 different lenses and I dont see myself getting rid of it, but for this price I may just upgrade.
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$350 for a good budget / start up camera even if MFT cannot be beat, idk why everyone is shitting on this deal.

No one is comparing quality to full frame, but price point this camera will be fine for years..

Show me a better starter camera for this price point...
Yup, totally. I have full frame and APS-C cameras and lenses, and you just cannot drag those things around all day every day. Serious glass on those larger sensors are all crazy big and heavy.

Pics from my smartphone are cute, but image quality and noise is a total joke. I can print 4x6, but anything larger is embarrassing.

When I want to travel light, I use my Sony RX-100. Ten times better than a smartphone.

However, I would love to get a larger sensor camera with compact footprint, and I wouldn't hesitate to look into m4/3. Sure, there are some compact ASP-C bodies, but to maintain small size but still create a large enough image circle, lens compromises must be made (lower quality lens or very slow glass). M4/3 might be a sweet spot for some.
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