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  1. andrewfarrington
    September 2, 2017 @ 08:56

    Great review and spot on points made. I think the people who bemoan the PEN-F are people who don’t use it.


  2. chris witzgall
    September 2, 2017 @ 13:01

    Nice review, nice camera. If only it as weathrrproof…


  3. chris witzgall
    September 2, 2017 @ 13:01

    Nice review, nice camera. If only it was weathrrproof…


  4. Marcelo Guarini
    September 10, 2017 @ 12:59

    Nice review, thanks much. I have an OMD-EM5, an EM1 and a PEN-F. The PEN-F is way ahead my favorite, really love the camera.


  5. Jay L
    April 12, 2018 @ 23:40

    Thank you for the article! Good points! I agree with what you said here. It’s nice to hear an honest review, especially from someone shooting more than one brand. Many people, once they use Olympus products- come to appreciate them and have a hard time putting them down! Not to mention the incredible lenses Olympus has. Check out the Olympus Visionaries and see what they create- professional work and just as awesome like any Canon or Nikon shooter. It’s not the gear- its the photographer! A question I have here is do you ever shoot only jpeg- and is it “bad” to shoot jpeg because many promote it as being inferior. But- if you nail it in camera- does it really matter? Did I understand you correctly in that the Olympus software allows you to transfer the in camera Creative Dial Jpeg files to the Raw files if you choose to? Thanks again!


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