Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/04/07

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Subject: [Leica] Re: DSLR question
From: datamaster at (Gary Todoroff)
Date: Fri Apr 7 23:12:01 2006

Phil - I concur with Neal. Olympus is doing the kind of creative thinking
that I had hoped Leica would do.  However, I am getting the best of both
worlds with the creative approach of the Live View tilt screen on a DSLR and
the use of Leica lenses with the FourThirds adapter. Check out for my first month's experience
with the camera that Leica should have made. Their optics are superb, too. I
just ordered today the 14-54 f2.8-3.5 for a faster lens than the kit zoom.
Gary T

> Phil,

>       Just to through a little confusion into the mix you might
> consider the Olympus e-330. It is a different format, 4/3, and
> the Mos chip is slightly smaller than those of either the Canon or the
> Nikon, but it produces an excellent image up to iso 800 and a
> still useable image up to iso 1000. Olympus lenses are superb
> Neal F

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