My earlier discussion about the feasibility of getting my E-M5 mkI
repaired brought the suggestion of getting a PEN body as a secondary to
my 5mkIII, which I kinda like because it's smaller and more compact.
It was also suggested (brilliantly, I might add) that I try to get a
body that uses the same battery as my mkIII.
Really weird thing is that if I look up the BLS-50 on the Olympus site,
it doesn't even list my mkIII as being compatible with that battery...
Regardless, it IS compatible with several of the E-PLsomething bodies as
well as a few of the straight PEN bodies. The L models tend to be quite
a bit less expensive, which is appealing.
I know there are functional differences. And I know what's good for His
Mooseness isn't necessarily good for AG or vice versa (or anyone else,
since photography is very subjective) But has anyone used a PL for
enough time to decide if it's a good body?
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