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    DPP Member Lei Sarmiento's Avatar
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    Among the mirror-less cams, the GX1 takes the top spot right now. Sony does have an APS-C sensor but many serious photographers will tend to stray away from the NEX's modernized, slick look. Until the Olympus OM-D comes out, I think the GX1 has the top place. For now.
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    If I have the money, I will not think twice on getting the NEX7 - and I think it's very popular now in that price range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lei Sarmiento View Post
    Among the mirror-less cams, the GX1 takes the top spot right now. Sony does have an APS-C sensor but many serious photographers will tend to stray away from the NEX's modernized, slick look. Until the Olympus OM-D comes out, I think the GX1 has the top place. For now.
    Totally agree
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    initially i'm in the GX-1 side ( coming from the GF1 cam) ... but after reading some reviews and seeing the new features of the Oly OM-D that the GX doesn't ... now i'm thinking twice if i will get the GX1.
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    Maybe all this will change again when Panasonic introduce the G5 its answer to OMD, GF5 is also coming out as an upgrade for GF3 its already out in the rumors blog
    The micro four thirds race is endless
    Hold on to your cash, I'll only updgrade when the GX9 is out na
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    Experimentation with IR Filter. GX1 with regular kit lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by victor_vesuna View Post
    Maybe all this will change again when Panasonic introduce the G5 its answer to OMD, GF5 is also coming out as an upgrade for GF3 its already out in the rumors blog
    The micro four thirds race is endless
    Hold on to your cash, I'll only updgrade when the GX9 is out na
    It doesn't look like the G5 or the GF5 is aimed at the OM-D. The G5 goes for the DSLR market while the GF5 goes for the mainstream high-end digicam lookers. The OM-D targets a niche market.
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    The OMD looks big and heavy to me, it looks like a conventional dslr
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    Re: GX1 thread

    Quote Originally Posted by victor_vesuna View Post
    The OMD looks big and heavy to me, it looks like a conventional dslr
    The e-m5 looks big on pictures but in hand, it feels small actually. The weight is just right. Not too light nor too heavy. Feels very solid in hand.

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    It looks big and heavy but its not.


    I like the weight and the size but I really more grip like GH1. This combo feels very solid as well. The 12-50 reminds me of the 14-150
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