Mike, I am sure the E-10 is awesome but this getting to be like arguing
that 35mm can top MF or LF image quality.
The E-10 lens may be sharper but the sensor size is also smaller than a
I am sure Tom Scales could take a pic with his 35-80/2.8 at f8, on a
tripod using a 4Ti and self timer, using provia 100F, scan the result
using his Polaroid ss 4000 and then produce a nice big print
of fairly good quality.
Motor Sport Visions Photograp wrote:
> Go look at the technical description of the E-10's lens here:
> Next, go actually look at an E-10 and take a look at some 13x19 Epson
> inkjet prints from files taken with this camera. Then, and only then, try
> to tell me that camera is "consumer" with a "consumer lens" as for now,
> having done all the above myself I can not accept that opinion.
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