Quote:I liked it so much I bought another one! My Kit consists of 2xPen F, Panny 20/1.7, Panny 12-32, Panny 35-100, and it all fits in with plenty of extra room for polarizers/flashes/extra batteries in a Think Tank Mirrorless 25i bag. I can't believe all that fits in that little bag. Which, btw, I highly recommend the Think Tank bags. Very well thought and an great quality.
I've been amazed at what I can get away with hand holding. I was recently in Denver CO. walking around 16 street mall in the evening. 16th st mall is not really a mall, just a closed to cars street with stores, bars, clubs, etc and a free shuttle going up and down the street. About the only thing I can fault it for is low light focusing. But it's not bad either, and it won't shoot until it's in focus.
My first real trip coming up, Mexico City, next week. It should get a real workout there. Can't wait!
I suppose the next thing I want to add to the kit is a UW, something around a 9mm.
Great to hear .
Currently the Pen-F is the camera I use most often, as I have it with me at all times, as it essentially replaced my Canon G10 . I have the Oly 14-42 EZ mounted to it as a standard lens, normally, which also is a pancake lens.
A tip for focusing under difficult circumstances (low light): use the option to focus by tapping the screen. You can also do that with your eye on the EVF; just need to switch off the automatic switch between EVF and LCD-monitor, to make them work simultaneously .
As to a 9 mm UWA, you could go for any of the UWA MFT zooms, they all are excellent to good, with the Oly 9-18 being the smallest, but the 7-14s being the best. The Panny 7-14 has been my favourite for a very long time, and although I now also own the Oly 7-14 Pro, it still is for traveling light with an UWA.
If you are looking for a prime, you may want to consider the Laowa 7.5 F/2, which is considered to be great indeed, in a way the MFT equivalent of the 10 mm F/2.8 for FF, although with a smaller AoV, obviously.
Kind regards, Wim
Gear: Canon EOS R with 3 primes and 2 zooms, 4 EF-R adapters, Canon EOS 5 (analog), 9 Canon EF primes, a lone Canon EF zoom, 2 extenders, 2 converters, tubes; Olympus OM-D 1 Mk II & Pen F with 12 primes, 6 zooms, and 3 Metabones EF-MFT adapters ....