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  1. Don, that would be really helpful. (Dying to see how the new PEN F competes as well.)
  2. I'd love to hear others weigh in here -- has anyone else compared footage from before and after the update? (It remains a unique camera body in other respects; is the video now competitive?)
  3. Ah right. That makes sense. Something to be aware of, btw -- not sure whether you've ever covered it here? -- is that Metabones has just added PDAF support for the E-M1 in a firmware update. This *should* make Canon EF lenses focus as well as Oly's own Four Thirds glass, when shooting stills. It doesn't work with video, unfortunately: http://www.metabones.com/article/of/firmware_update_version_1.8
  4. Very useful review. One question, however -- perhaps I'm being thick, but I can't untangle this bit: "What Olympus have got resoundingly spot on especially with the E-M5 II is the stills side. There’s a caveat though. The AF performance is extremely lens dependent, varying rather erratically. Sadly on the E-M5 II it is just too inaccurate to be fully usable at the moment… On the E-M1 and GH4 this doesn’t seem to be as much of an issue." It would seem that you're saying that they haven't got it spot on with the E-M5 II, but have with the E-M1. Or am I missing something? (This would be useful for me to know, as I have an E-M1, but have not tried Canon lenses with it. Should I?)
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