For a practical example of this 'misunderstanding' people write that the EVF is just an Olympus rip-off. Well for a start its an Epson viewfinder if we are being picky and its not just a rebadged priced up version. Firstly it fits perfectly. Not too tight, not too loose. Unlike some of the Olympus ones I've used on my Pens this one doesn't need a rubber band to stop it flying off into the bushes and continually popping up into the vertical position. Secondly the quality of the EVF image, even in low light is superb. Pretty much just like an optical viewfinder. I could also go on about the perfect zoom ring, built to last for years, the manual focus split screen and focusing ring, the perfectly weighted knobs and dials and the whole way the camera is designed and made to be as photographer-friendly as possible. A feature set that doesn't have any 'fluff' i.e. apps, wi-fi and all the other nonsense, a menu system thats notable for what it doesn't have i.e. anything that isn't about creating images for people who know what they are doing and don't need IS, programme modes etc, to take a decent photograph, and the feeling that it gives off that this is a camera designed by photographers for photographers.
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