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  1. #1
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    Thomas Stirr goes m4/3

    This must be the man that did the most for the Nikon 1 series,especially for wildlife photography.

    https://smallsensorphotography.com/m...t-bird-kingdom


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    Mike

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    Re: Thomas Stirr goes m4/3

    Oh, the horror! Someone using micro 4/3 when all these companies are making amazing full frame cameras. It's like he wants to use the camera that best meets his needs despite the collective opinion of photo forum members all over the Internet.

    LOL.

    I was talking to a fellow wildlife photographer recently who not only went micro 4/3, but is shooting in jpeg.

    Amazingly enough, there are many ways to get great photos.

    Thanks for the link, Mike. Are you still enjoying your 4/3 cameras?
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    Re: Thomas Stirr goes m4/3

    Quote Originally Posted by Woodyg3 View Post
    Oh, the horror! Someone using micro 4/3 when all these companies are making amazing full frame cameras. It's like he wants to use the camera that best meets his needs despite the collective opinion of photo forum members all over the Internet.

    LOL.

    I was talking to a fellow wildlife photographer recently who not only went micro 4/3, but is shooting in jpeg.

    Amazingly enough, there are many ways to get great photos.

    Thanks for the link, Mike. Are you still enjoying your 4/3 cameras?
    Love that first bit i may use that

    Yes thanks i am still enjoying the m4/3, you will never see me saying its as good as full frame but i think if i hadn't lightened my load i would have had to stop birding by now, DX or FX short lenses would be ok but thats not where i find my fun.

    Still not good enough to shoot jpeg though
    Mike

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/7239177@N07/

    Nikon Z50,Nikon16-50MM,Nikon50-250MM,FTZ Adapter
    Sigma 100-400, Sigma 105mm macro
    Nikon V2,10-30MM,30-110MM FT1 Adapter













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    Re: Thomas Stirr goes m4/3

    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    Love that first bit i may use that

    Yes thanks i am still enjoying the m4/3, you will never see me saying its as good as full frame but i think if i hadn't lightened my load i would have had to stop birding by now, DX or FX short lenses would be ok but thats not where i find my fun.

    Still not good enough to shoot jpeg though
    Of course you can use it.

    I understand your logic totally.
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