Olympus low light performance

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  1. John Hunt

    John Hunt No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I was afraid of the low light performance of the mft sensor when I made the switch from Nikon full frame but when you factor in the excellent image stabilization that Olympus has it becomes a non issue. This shot is hand held at 1/3 of a second taken about 45 minutes before sunrise.
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    the newer 5-axis in body stabilization is so much better than the 3-axis.
     
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    I love the Olympus IBIS. Beats all the lens based IS hands down.

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    Oly EM5 handheld, w/ 45mm, 1/15, F/2.8, ISO 1600
     
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    Impressive
     
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    Great image...lost me at "before sunrise" *LOL*
     

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