> From: Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx <mailto:om3ti@xxxxxxxx>>
> There is no right set of tradeoffs. But I do agree that smaller size has me
> looking. Good viewfinder and good eyepoint can make or break the deal for me.
Yea, that was me, too. For the longest time, I could not bring myself to look
at an EVF.
But the E-M1 Mark II finally changed my mind. Have you looked at that one?
Trade-offs, yes. For me, I desperately wanted to make use of the collection of
OM glass I had acquired. At the time, OM glass was not easily adaptable to
DSLRs. But mirrorless makes it dead simple and inexpensive.
I admit, had Fool Frame mirrorless been around earlier, I might have gone that
route. But I’m really happy with the E-M1.2 trade-offs of small size, lens
versatility, IBIS, and nice viewfinder. Once I started using tricks like focus
peaking and magnification, I knew I wasn’t going back to an optical viewfinder.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/