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It’s no secret that in the past two years I’ve become a major fan of smaller, lighter cameras. Micro Four-Thirds (M4/3) cameras from Olympus and Panasonic have hit a fantastic sweet spot with cameras that deliver big-camera quality while shaving pounds from the photographic loads we carry.


You might ask, “Should I get an Olympus or Panasonic M4/3 camera?” Fair enough. In short, my gut feeling is that Olympus is better for still photography and Panasonic has the edge for video. You can take it from there.


Above is a photo from rural North Texas that I shot with the Olympus OM-D E-M1 using the E-M1’s built-in HDR (High Dynamic Range) and then WiFi-ed it (with the camera's built-in WiFi) to the iPad for editing. No big-ass camera, no wires or card readers, no laptop, desktop or expensive software. It was raining during this outing but the weather-sealed Olympus and the similarly weather-sealed 12-40 f/2.8 Olympus lens didn't flinch. This camera is simply incredible. to continue, click here

Tree and Hay Bales, Texas - Olympus captured, iPad processed