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Response to UpInArms (Reply #3)

Fri May 3, 2019, 03:33 PM

5. No.

From the article:

Because of the small sensor size these cameras have, they donít support low light situations quite as well as most DSLRs. That isn't to say they are terrible in low light, but that in general they aren't as good.

This is going to be a press camera. I'm going to shoot high school football on it. Low light situations are THE reason I'm spending the money.

I also will not accept a camera that doesn't have an optical viewfinder, and if a 4/3 camera has one at all it's electronic.

I think Micro Four-Thirds is great in some applications. I just don't happen to be doing that work.

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