why isn't olympus as highly regarded as it should be?

Discussion in 'Olympus' started by Mike Henley, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. I dunno. I like the smaller sensors. In a lot of my shooting it is an
    advantage. I personally also want a full frame, but that would be for
    different uses. By the way Tony. I compared the 10D and the E-1 pretty
    heavy. The only area that the 10D really beat the E-1 was in high ISO
    shooting... but in the end, with processing, both end up comming out very
    close. The lens selection is good for Canon... but in truth, IS was not my
    big need, which actually ended up making the E-1 lens selection good for my
    use. I ended up with three new zooms and some old OM glass. Now, we can
    actually see the lens prices falling. But I do agree on one point, the
    300mm is insane on how they price it. two grand for a 150mm F2 is not all
    that bad... but six or seven grand for a 300mm is crazy.
     
    Robert Meyers, Jul 14, 2004
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