Is this not the end of m4/3 for me?


There are 3 reasons why I may NOT sell my m4/3 gear and they are:-
1. The 7-14mm f/4 zoom. One of the early Panasonic m4/3 lenses and still one of the best.
2. The 14-140mm f3.5-5.6 superzoom. My lens of the year 2012.
3. And then there's this.

My recently discovered (by accident) settings for processing raw m4/3 images in ACR and importing the files into Photoshop. If you try them and expect them to reveal something magical, then you are in for a disappointment. Because these are just the starting point for all my work in Photoshop, which for me is far more important than what any raw converter can do. With these settings I can get sharp images, well-controlled luminance noise and good dynamic range. While I have no problem in publishing these, some of my Photoshop 'image torturing' will remain a closely guarded secret. Until I finish my online video stock photography tutorials that is!!

So I may continue with m4/3, I may not. As I continually write, it doesn't really matter to me whether I do or whether I don't. If I can still get something from the format then I'll continue to use it, if not, I won't. It is one of my least important decisions. 

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