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Old Nov 30, 2013, 7:12 AM   #11
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Thanks guys.
If the E-M1 runs the older lenses like or close to what an E-3 can then I'd be happy with that for sure.

I did some reading up on the E-M1 after your replys though, and the E-M1's on-sensor phase detection may have caused some trouble with noise on long dark exposures like nightscapes or long bulb shots for lightning (both things I like to do). My E-520 is not very good for those tasks unfortunately, so I want to make sure the next body can do a better job than that. Maybe the E-M1 is still way ahead ?
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PS. Nice shots Bob, the Arlington BRT's are impressive too

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Bob, is there a very noticeable difference in IQ in the M1 over the E-3 using the same lens?
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