Would you buy a Canon 5D or a Nikon D200 with the cheap, slow,
consumer 35-80mm or 28-90mm? Of course it is possible to get good
results with these consumer grade lenses in optimum conditions
but... And some people seem to have got good samples. But I heartily
disliked the 17.5-45mm I was lent with the E-500 and while the
14-45mm seems better, it won't satisfy a critical shooter like yourself.
On 09/03/2006, at 10:20 PM, Brian Swale wrote:
> Hi Chuck & all
> This argument avoids the contribution of lens quality.
> I am increasingly not satisfied with the 14-45mm DZuiko, yet people
> saying how good the E-1 is. The gap in the argument must be the lens.
>> I never have understood why low resolution digital looks so good
>> compared to film until I found this. Now it all makes sense.
>> Chuck Norcutt
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