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Old 15-09-20, 09:01 PM   #7301
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Is there much of a difference? I have a couple that came with cameras, think I took some pics with and without and didn't notice a difference, but some kinds of light e.g. when it's snowy can have a blue cast otherwise
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Old 16-09-20, 05:40 AM   #7302
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I have read that it can slightly soften images, can cause flare in certain situations and alter the colours a bit.

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Old 16-09-20, 09:23 PM   #7303
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It's another surface so there is always the chance of flare if it isn't coated or cleaned. Give it a go.
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Old 19-09-20, 10:01 AM   #7304
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JR, someone looking for help with a Super Fujica https://www.flickr.com/groups/classi...7715969864287/
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Old 19-09-20, 06:15 PM   #7305
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Ha another one! Thanks, there is a link to a photo as well, I'll investigate for more info.
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Old 20-09-20, 10:02 AM   #7306
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I'm sitting here reading some photography magazines on my Kindle and wondering if I need to keep my Nikon D5200 anymore. Yes it has a bigger sensor than my G1 or OMD, but it's also bigger in size and weight. And recently with the lockdown its just been sitting there. I probably don't need the G1 either but given the rubber coating has worn off the grip somewhat, I probably wouldn't get much for it anyway. Debating whether to trade the Nikon in for some kit for the OMD or just leave it in the cupboard.

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Old 20-09-20, 06:18 PM   #7307
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It's a good question, I still wonder why DLSRs are so big when there's no film chamber. I pondered over resolution before getting my X30, in the end there is only so much you need, so it depends where that point is.
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Old 20-09-20, 06:23 PM   #7308
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Its the mirror box, get rid of that and the size drops. M43 isn't that much smaller than the APSC sensor in the Nikon, but I suppose an optical finder in low light would be better than an EVF.

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Old 20-09-20, 07:46 PM   #7309
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With EVF you get to see the picture that will get taken though. Re. resolution, unless you use "digital zoom" (cropping) much then you can print pretty big sizes from seemingly lowly megapixels. You now know as much as I do about digital!
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Old 21-09-20, 07:25 PM   #7310
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Probably won't win this one, but the lens looks a bit different.

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