There several reactions when I tell people I went from a pro-grade full frame Nikon full frame DSLR equipment to Micro 4/3. First, many people are astonished that I’d give up such good gear for that ‘little tiny sensor.’ Or “what happened to your pro gear?” More recently, though, as the market has shifted towards mirror-less, the discussion centers a lot on whether Micro 4/3 has finally caught up to be as good as most DSLRs in image quality, and the biggest one: How much smaller is it, really?
1- Size and weight
3- Not having to chimp my images, seeing my images in real time.
I believe that M4/3 is also the best tool for many types of photography, like street, travel, macro, landscape and remote wildlife photography.
The Olympus system is the best for my style of shooting. I like the in body stabilization because carry a tripod all day kills my back.
One of the reasons I switched to Olympus is it has the best in-body stabilization. I lot of botanical gardens don’t allow tripods. With quick moving objects like butterfly I get more in focus shots with out using the big heavy tripod. Free at last!
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When I shot Nikon I always carried the holy trinity of pro zoom lens, which was the 14-24mm f2.8 + 24-70mm f2.8 + 70-200mm f2.8 zoom lenses. The killer trio!
In the Olympus world the holy trinity of pro lens is the following, The Olympus M.Zuiko 7-14mm F2.8 PRO lens + 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO + 40-150 mm f/2.8 PRO lens.