Poagao wrote:Sure, the EP1 isn't perfect; it has its flaws as it is basically a compromise between two kinds of camera, but that review was just idiotic.
Icon wrote:Image quality and being able to take clear, steady shots from a distance are a must.
If it really takes 2 secs before it makes a picture I would not even take it for free.
Icon wrote:I am afraid I will have to upgrade to DSLR, since I need something fast. I like teh feeling of a big camera, it is steadier, but I recoild from heavy equipment. Yesterday, one of our photographers was carrying a backpack with his camera and stuff, it weighted a ton. This was a full size, backpacker style kind of luggage he was trailing around for a news event.
Icon wrote:Yep, and I don't have time to change lenses anyways. I often get into melees with other photographers, you know, the free for all, everyone getting the same shot of the same person doing/showing something, or worse: hanging on the edge of a stand with the rest of the camera gang. That's how stuff gets bumped/broken/thrown around... including me!
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