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what a mismatch!


d2xpeter

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A big lens on a tiny body.

Does not look good. IMO

A mis-match.

 

lewissac

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well, it is bit better image quality than using ultra-zoom compact camera right?
 

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don't see anything wrong with it :)

Its just an user using his equipment in a functional over aesthetic way. Wait till u see someone mounting a FT lens like the 14-54II on an adapter onto the Pana GM1 body, that will be a true sight to behold.
 

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don't see anything wrong with it :)

Its just an user using his equipment in a functional over aesthetic way. Wait till u see someone mounting a FT lens like the 14-54II on an adapter onto the Pana GM1 body, that will be a true sight to behold.
"functional over aesthetic"

Exactly, that is the word. The aesthetic aspect is way lacking. But, of course, that is only my opinion. :)

Technology is great. But still cannot overcome the natural law of physics. You may be able to shrink the body but the lens still cannot escape the law of physics.:nono:
 

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In a way, it also drives home the point that it better to invest in a good lens, regardless of how big, than in a body. LOL
 

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why?
because his lens is bigger?
It is relative.
If you are a small brainer, you think that the lens is big.
If you are a big brainer, you think that the body is small.
If you are a no brainer, anything will do.
 

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A big lens on a tiny body.

Does not look good. IMO

A mis-match.


It is relative.
If you are a small brainer, you think that the lens is big.
If you are a big brainer, you think that the body is small.
If you are a no brainer, anything will do.
you are the one who say the lens is big if I remember correctly. :)
 

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It is relative.
If you are a small brainer, you think that the lens is big.
If you are a big brainer, you think that the body is small.
If you are a no brainer, anything will do.
you are the one who say the lens is big if I remember correctly. :)
Self-trolling :bsmilie:
 

Turbonetics

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The lens is not big..
It only looks big in a small camera..
 

rhino123

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A big lens on a tiny body.

Does not look good. IMO

A mis-match.

What? That is call big lens in a small body?

What about this?





Or maybe in future, we should have big body, small lens...



That would match better right?
 

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d2xpeter

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What? That is call big lens in a small body?

What about this?





Or maybe in future, we should have big body, small lens...



That would match better right?
NO, there are all mis-matched. No aesthetic beauty. Too big or too small a banana vs the body is no good! LOL
 

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NO, there are all mis-matched. No aesthetic beauty. Too big or too small a banana vs the body is no good! LOL
Alamak... difficult lah.

Some of my lens are about the right length but very thick, some of them are about the right thickness but very small. Haiz... I have all the mis-matched lenses + body. But you don't criticise your own children too much... have to live with them.
 

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