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But the OM-D doesn't have any fast wide lens, unless it's ok with manual focus (17/0.95).
To OP, you need to specify your needs:
* How important is a small size?
* Is AF necessary?
* Do you consider money as a problem?
* How much do you care about image quality?
This is my evaluation of some current EVIL cameras:
Nex 5N (+ EVF): Great IQ, but camera is made for newbies. Feels like a joke to handle. EVF makes it a bit clumpsy. The system lacks good, fast wider native glass. Zeiss 24/1.8 is big, expensive and its IQ not on par with Zeiss' M-mount options. Takes basically every lens made for any system, hence great for alt lenses.
Nex 7. Better handling than the 5N, but works less good with alt glass.
OM-D. Great looking, and handling. Due to small sensor there is a lack of fast wide glass. Native glass can be relatively expensive but also good, as the 12/2, 45/1.8 and 75/1.8. Not good for alt lenses. IQ worse than the others, doesn't handle colors so well imo.
M9: Expensive to say at least, not so good on higher ISO and annoying MFD. Glass can be expensive. Unmatched IQ. Every pro + con with a rangefinder.
M8: As above plus even worse for high ISO. IR problems, and manual coding of lenses. At low ISO and with good glass, unmatched IQ. One of the best digital cameras for B&W photography. Expensive, especially with fast (wide/normal) glass.
V1/J1: Only if you need fast AF and can live without DOF control.
X-Pro: Great IQ, immature system. Few lenses (yet). As with every Fuji camera, annoying in handling but delivers great IQ. A bit expensive, no market for used lenses.
Note: There is no way to rank these systems. They all have their pro's and con's and it's up to you which system that fits your needs.
Edited on Aug 11, 2012 at 11:14 AM · View previous versions