Micro Four Thirds strikes back? Yes. Micro Four Thirds might not have seen much action lately, but I think whenever I pull one around my neck, it gets the job done.
The last few pages of my site were filled with Nikon DSLR shots, partly because of my enthusiasm and excitement to shoot with the Nikon D800E. And partly because of when the situation calls for it, I will choose the equipment accordingly. Having said that, they have their distinct roles in my bag. In my book, the full-frame Nikon DSLR and Micro Four Thirds can co-exist. I’m a happy camper.
I have to admit that one of the strong reasons for me to go for the Micro Four Thirds over all other mirrorless systems is the array of lenses. One of these lenses that really shines is the Panasonic 7-14mm 4, a small UWA lens that I can bring without the bulk and weight and at the same time can give outstanding image quality and very comparable to the full-frame counterparts. One of the reasons why I went for the Micro Four Thirds system is this lens, ’nuff said.
Photographer’s note: F/16, .4 sec, ISO 160, Panasonic G3, Panasonic 7-14mm 4
Photographer’s note: F/4, 1/80, ISO 800, Panasonic G3, Panasonic 7-14mm 4
Photographer’s note: F/11, 10 sec, ISO 160, Panasonic G3, Panasonic 7-14mm 4
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