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  1. Nah... 3rd Q19 should be when they have something with the release date for 150-400 F4.5. And Probably an update to the lens roadmap. B
  2. Well again I disagree. Ive noticed the difference in speed and compared directly with the GH5. Image quality? Well, what is your bases??? I use a Leica M9P as my main camera and with a 50 mm Lux at daylight it kicks the hell out auf the Sony, Nikon’s etc of today and it’s a 6 year old camera. I know at night but that’s not my interest. Same is for m4/3. Sony’s and Nikon’s are better, yep, but when Zooms and Tele are the key the difference for me is negligible. Prime and DOF, ok, but I’ll take the M. I rarely go beyond ISO 1600. And have you ever seen ISO 1600 handheld high resolution from the E1Mx? Awesome!! And fully usable for portrait! So it’s horses for courses. And the lenses used are the key, not the sensor nowadays. What really kicks is the Fuji MF System. The fair starting price would have been 2500,- EUR. B
  3. I slightly disagree. They designed the EM1X with the fastest 120 FPS EVF. And until about 3mth there was no alternative. So Olympus got caught on the wrong foot here. Image Quality, I think is very good. Maybe they could have gone with 24MP... but the key is not the sensor but processing power. AF is also very and there are now really really good BIF examples available that where not possible beforehand. Yes, it could always be better. But I would be satisfied now My personal guess in about October we will get the 2.0 Firmware with the release date for 150-400 F4.5..... B
  4. Well, the thing everyone needs to consider now is what is actually possible. The Firmware 3.0 is working flawlessly on basically three year old E1MKII. Now the E1Mx has twice the power, better cooling. Just imagine what a 2.0 firmware could do! For me the EM1x only has two real downsides: no top status display which is a requirement for such a body and the 120 FPS EVF is now already superseded. And it’s priced in with an 500,- Euro discount ( 300,- cash back now). I’ll bet in 3-4 month you can get one for 2400,-. Anyway, I will exchange my GH5 for one by the end of this year. B
  5. Can someone tell where the AMD Pro Vega II Duo 200$ consumer card can be bought. I cannot find that one? Or is it just because of CUDA? https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-radeon-pro-vega-ii-7nm-gpus-apple-specs,39571.html B
  6. Well, the E1 is the best DSLR body ever designed. Still have mine. The one next is the SL and very shortly thereafter the EM1X. live ND is great but only makes sense at the highest setting. the handheld high resolution is great, scenery permitting. Definitely a great bonus, especially considering the improvement in ISO performance. You wouldn’t believe that’s from m4/3. video wise I like what I’ve seen. The 60fps is a bummer because for wildlife that would habe been great, e.g. slow down a starting eagle. As I wrote I will get one... only depends on what’s on the upcoming lens roadmap. 12-100 is awesome but F4... 12-40 is great but no is and I had one before I went Gh5 + 12-60 ... so I’m still looking. The long stuff is easy as I have the 300mm B
  7. Anything particular?? to re-quote my first impressions: EM1x Hamburg Event . Just been there. 150-400 F4.5 This lens is just a winner. The size comparison at dpreview is misleading. It is bigger then the 300mm but far less then you think. Definitely made for hand hold shooting. Mine!!!  EM1X Now there is lot to talk about. If been a long time Olympus User since the E1, but switched to GH5 for Video and other improvements over the EM1 Now body Design. Everyone who had an E3 / E5 will smile. It’s smaller but you will recognise. Otherwise it’s spot on. I personal love the size, but I use powergrips. So, I really love the size and it’s way smaller in use compared to a D5 etc. Olympus done a great job here! EVF Now this one will be chocking . Compared with the GH5. The difference in resolution is noticeable. But the EM1x is faster, cleaner , more accurate. I would say for sports and action is the superior choice, otherwise I may give the EM1X a notch but not more. Handheld Highres This is awesome and definitely something a lot will use. It takes maybe a two three seconds to calculate. Very very usable. LiveND Seems great but a bummer that’s not for Video.. Else? Well you can charge from a powerbank. AF Well you couldn’t test CAF, but the way it was explained with the CAF tracking it looked like a big improvement. Tested the 300mm and it was a very very fast in AF front to back. It felt like a good jump in the right direction. So for me, especially with the 150-400 this seems a no brainier price permitting... For video folks it’s not the Camera. It just lacks compared to the GH5. It’s an outdoor action wildlife camera and for that I think it’s spot on. Yes there are areas for improvement but it does what it’s made for and once the price is about 2-2.5k it’s fairly reasonable.  B
  8. Good to hear and a great to read that you have the EM1X on the map. Ive handled this gem a few times during Events and it’s the perfect m4/3 body. Just love it, but not ordered one yet. The only real downsides are no status display and no 4k60( but his could be on option via firmware as the power is there based on rumors). Will definitely swap the GH5 for that one !!! What I’m really waiting on is more details on the lens roadmap.. want to what’s behind those new undisclosed entries. The 150-400 seems to be a winner on all terms.. B
  9. Anyone interested in BIF CAF and slightly more one Video. https://mirrorlesscomparison.com/olympus-vs-olympus/omd-em1x-vs-em1-ii/ B
  10. Depends how you see it. I view this more as how big the AF/CAF improvement is, simply for the fact as you read everywhere how limited the advancements in AF apparently are.... But of course there has to be a comparison with the GH5 and lates Sony A7... B
  11. Well... the biggest bummer in that is no 4K 60.und that’s what I complain at the event however, ignoring the chitchat going on everywhere this the best I’ve seen so far and after the event I would definitely agree a few statements ( ignoring CAF and Video as not tested) B
  12. EM1x Hamburg Event Just been there. 150-400 F4.5 This lens is just a winner. The size comparison at dpreview is misleading. It is bigger then the 300mm but far less then you think. Definitely made for hand hold shooting. Mine!!! EM1X Now there is lot to talk about. If been a long time Olympus User since the E1, but switched to GH5 for Video and other improvements over the EM1 Now body Design. Everyone who had an E3 / E5 will smile. It’s smaller but you will recognise. Otherwise it’s spot on. I personal love the size, but I use powergrips. So, I really love the size and it’s way smaller in use compared to a D5 etc. Olympus done a great job here! EVF Now this one will be chocking . Compared with the GH5. The difference in resolution is noticeable. But the EM1x is faster, cleaner , more accurate. I would say for sports and action is the superior choice, otherwise I may give the EM1X a notch but not more. Handheld Highres This is awesome and definitely something a lot will use. It takes maybe a two three seconds to calculate. Very very usable. LiveND Seems great but a bummer that’s not for Video.. Else? Well you can charge from a powerbank. AF Well you couldn’t test CAF, but the way it was explained with the CAF tracking it looked like a big improvement. Tested the 300mm and it was a very very fast in AF front to back. It felt like a good jump in the right direction. So for me, especially with the 150-400 this seems a no brainier price permitting... For video folks it’s not the Camera. It just lacks compared to the GH5. It’s an outdoor action wildlife camera and for that I think it’s spot on. Yes there are areas for improvement but it does what it’s made for and once the price is about 2-2.5k it’s fairly reasonable. B
  13. Don’t think Panasonic will abandon m4/3. People only talk about size with 35mm when taking into account the nifty fifty 1.4 from the old days. Just take a look how the newest and greatest are. Weight and size is a different league The strength of 4/3 and m4/3 was always equivalent zoom ranges with a bright F2.8 or the long stuff. For awesome 35mm I always take my main camera, a Leica M9P. The 50mm lux ist just jaw dropping. however, carrying a 35mm with a 24-70, 70-200 2.8 and something in the league of 600mm F4... even if superior... no way. I’m often out in the wild or traveling...... Ever tried to get useable CAF with 2x converter on 35mm Canon or Nikon on the long stuff??? B
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