Last edited by sin77; 4th December 2014 at 10:35 PM.
wow...complete darkness focusing or low light...hmmm...well think thats a real problem...now half drunk like when i took the shot below, around 3am i guess, with EM10 and kit lens EZ14-42mm, handheld...but not so ambitous in no light situation...think that EM10 is not for you...you need something thats probably more omnipotent...i don't what, but good luck...
straight off JPEG without editing...in photography, the 1st word one should learn is light...and not darkness...
Last edited by ckwomdem10; 5th December 2014 at 02:58 AM.
in my humble opinion, the cameras mentioned in this thread are good cameras, the only variable is the user and you need to start somewhere and where its most comfortable and conducive...the continual comparison of systems/cameras is not going to get anywhere...
any camera can take the best and the worst of any given situation and i always think that with the most limited of resources, creativity will strive...and this is what you should aspire towards, not the equipment. so, i always advocate, to train the eye and mind 1st...good luck!
Actually the Olympus digital viewfinder scope is cool, it is able to add in automatic 'lightup' in the scope even though the spot was dark. Don't think the Canon optical viewfinder scope can do this.
I shall reconsider and conclude by this weekend. Thanks and sorry if I waste your time and advice.
I would like to thanks everyone for the time, recommendation and advice given.
I shall reconsider and conclude by this week and spend more time on books instead to train the eye and mind.
Hope I did not waste your time and effort. Thanks everybody!!