This short announcement shares a link to an October Mirrorless Comparisons guest post that was published earlier today. I’ve been collaborating with Mat and Heather at Mirrorless Comparisons for a number of years. If you are unfamiliar with their website it is certainly worth a visit.
This Mirrorless Comparison guest post is quite lengthy and discusses my experiences using the E-M1X for the past couple of years. It shares a total of 29 photographs, many of them of birds and flying insects. Some landscape and flower images are also included.
Readers looking for comparative information on various mirrorless camera and lens options may find the Mirrorless Comparisons website of particular interest.
Photographs were captured handheld using camera gear as noted in the EXIF data. Images were produced from RAW files using my standard process.
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