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Taken with a Nikon P900.
Attribution WILL be enforced.
I got this in an e-mail this morning.
Made my day.
The IRONY of “Pope Joan” would be lost on this writer — who, if you hadn’t guessed, is a female.
Of late I have started to blame my now deceased adopted father for much of this. No wonder he was so anxious to pluck me out, from the education system he advocated, to get a ‘better’ education in the West. Another irony.
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with entire Olympus Press Release.
Well the much anticipated Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mk II, as was expected, has been announced at PhotoKina 2016. But the wording on Olympus’s press release is curious. It says: “Olympus Announces The Development Of Its New Flagship Camera …”
“Announces The Development” …
Claims that the camera will come LATER this year, i.e., 2016.
The specs, as I always expected them to be, are FORMIDABLE. It looks like it will be one heck of a camera.
But, in the end, push-comes-to-shove, the Olympus despite all of its bells and whistles is a Micro Four-Thirds (4/3″) and the Canon M5 is an APS-C — and sensor size does matter. I might, however, be TEMPTED to wait to see what the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mk II can really deliver.
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