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  1. #1631
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    not larger ? it looks freakin huge. I wouldn't know about the zoom lens' anyway, I don't have one. if m4/3 goes bigger then why on earth would one buy Olympus ? id prefer to head over to nex with a larger sensor. the fundamental benefit of m4/3 is its smaller lens'.
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    For me I prefer small too but I think there can be a point where things get too small for comfort. I'd say the m4/3 system comes into it's own with the longer lenses where the small size is a real advantage. A tiny Nex body is fine with a small short lens but go long and fast and the lens size and weight would negate the light weight body. The 73-300 m4/3 lens is really quite small and light I'm sure a faster version wouldn't be much more beefy.
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    for me, I don't agree. its comes into its own with standard everyday lens' that you use 90% of the time and it still retains its small form factor. all my short primes are tiny and that's the appeal right there. much smaller than an apsc lens.
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    I guess I'm just lazy and don't like changing lenses.
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  5. #1635
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    For me, m4/3 comes into its own when I have a collection of 6 lenses of any type, zoom or prime, large or small aperture, wide, normal or telephoto, and I realize they would weigh 3 pounds more for NEX, and 5 pounds more for APS-C DSLR, and 10 pounds more for full frame DSLR. Not that I have an example of specific lenses, I just made that up. But it's close enough.

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    I know what you mean Raven the 4/3s lenses get a bit heavy too. Hence I too have now started on the road to micro
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    Quote Originally Posted by raven15 View Post
    For me, m4/3 comes into its own when I have a collection of 6 lenses of any type, zoom or prime, large or small aperture, wide, normal or telephoto, and I realize they would weigh 3 pounds more for NEX, and 5 pounds more for APS-C DSLR, and 10 pounds more for full frame DSLR. Not that I have an example of specific lenses, I just made that up. But it's close enough.
    absolutely.


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    The DoF makes that a lovely 3D looking image Rooz, nice one.
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  9. #1639
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    thanks phil. couple of macros aswell.


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    I guess the eyes have it!!! Not the prettiest of creatures but certainly sharp.
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