• 11-09-2014, 12:52 PM
    Looking for new camera and conflicted - MFT or APS-C
    I've been doing some research on mirrorless cameras and am trying to decide on which new camera system to buy. Ideally I want to start investing in a system that I will stick with going forward.

    My family currently has a Nikon D5200 which is used as our go to camera but I want to invest in a mirrorless system that can sort of be my own personal camera.

    I am currently trying to decide between the following:

    • Olympus OM-D E-M10 kit with M.Zuiko 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 II R lens
    • Sony Alpha a6000 (body only)

    I recently got a Sony Alpha a3000 as a cheap body with kit lens to play around with. It actually takes amazingly nice photos for the price but I really want to get a body that can more easily keep up with the D5200 from a performance standpoint.

    If I go for the Sony a6000 body I wouldn't need to purchase it with a kit lens since I have an 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 OSS E-mount Zoom Lens that came with my a3000.

    This puts the Sony system 200 dollars cheaper then the Olympus with kit lens ($749.99 vs. $549.99). With that in mind what would you all suggest? Does it make sense to stay in the E-Mount world since I already have a pretty decent 18.55mm lens or is it wiser to invest in MFT as a more flexible system for the future?
  • 10-22-2018, 01:40 AM
    Re: Looking for new camera and conflicted - MFT or APS-C

    I've Olympus E-M10 and it seems better than Sony A3000 anyway (didn't try any Sony by now). You should look at the comparison table to see which features stand out and are worth looking at. Check the Cameradecision compare results.
    I'm working with Olympus E-M10 on food and drinks photography (regional food and fast food) projects.
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    Re: Looking for new camera and conflicted - MFT or APS-C
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    Re: Looking for new camera and conflicted - MFT or APS-C
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    Re: Looking for new camera and conflicted - MFT or APS-C
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