> I don't know why I'm even discussing this stuff. I guess I can't resist what
> seems to me to be faulty logic. I can't see
> how improved MTF and AoV reduction that throws away part of the original
> image circle can help but change the character
> of the results. Seems like I'm arguing on behalf of folks like AG, who can
> spot the difference 'tween a 28/2 and 28/2.8
> on a print at 20 paces.
In the case of the 28/2 and 28/3.5, I'd say yes. However, I don't
recall ever using the 28/2.8.
The issue for me is whether or not to get a Sony FF or an Olympus with
Speedbooster. I fear that the ship has sailed on Micro 4/3 and we're
pretty much becoming a FF world for all brands except Olympus.
Honestly, I like everything about the E-M1 Mk Whatever, except sensor
size. I certainly prefer the size/weight of Olympus, but that comes
with the price of being left holding the sensor bag.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/