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    Default My E-620 review for Russian Oly club site is up

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    Default Re: My E-620 review for Russian Oly club site is up

    So, do you like it better than the EP-1 or not?

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    Default Re: My E-620 review for Russian Oly club site is up

    Quote Originally Posted by clark666 View Post
    So, do you like it better than the EP-1 or not?
    Well, they are so different... But E-620 suits my needs and my shooting style times better. For exanle, there is no chance to take with E-P1 shots like I've done in the last race series - not a single shot, but in quantities.
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    Default Re: My E-620 review for Russian Oly club site is up

    Thanks, Andrey. As usual, great cat shots ;-).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirasir View Post
    Well, they are so different... But E-620 suits my needs and my shooting style times better. For exanle, there is no chance to take with E-P1 shots like I've done in the last race series - not a single shot, but in quantities.
    That is one aspect of the "movie mode" that I haven't read about. Is C-AF and burst photography now been replaced by "movie mode" Is it just a better way to take pictures of birds in flight?

    I think that I will try a dSLR in movie mode to compare. I imagine that Olympus will soon introduce a dSLR with movie mode; I hope that it is the successor to the E-520.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clark666 View Post
    That is one aspect of the "movie mode" that I haven't read about. Is C-AF and burst photography now been replaced by "movie mode" Is it just a better way to take pictures of birds in flight?

    I think that I will try a dSLR in movie mode to compare. I imagine that Olympus will soon introduce a dSLR with movie mode; I hope that it is the successor to the E-520.
    The price for "movie mode" is resolution... To provide "movie mode" in full resolution camera must make 24 full-res FPS, and number of frames must not be limited by buffer size. So you must understand it very well: HD movies taken by DSLR cannot replace usual burst mode. If you want to show movie on TV screen - that's one thing, if you want to publish images on paper (be it usual prints or magazine pages) - it's another.
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    Default Re: My E-620 review for Russian Oly club site is up

    The only camera you can reasonably do that with at the moment would be a Red One, and that is coming the other way. It does exactly that, in terms of taking 30 full resolution images a second and stashing them continuously. Stills from it are being used for print magazine images and that sort of thing, so yes, it is possible, but it requires a major step up from the processing capability currently provided in a DSLR or 4/3 camera.

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