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      04-03-2020, 12:41 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by rezadue View Post
Question for you. Currently I have:

Nikon D750 Body
Nikon 24-120mm F4
Nikon 70-200mm F2.8
Nikon 50mm F1.8
Nikon SB70

Olympus OM-D EM10 Mark iii with 14-42 kit lens

I recently bought the Olympus for a trip to London to see some footy as some Staduims such as Emirates do not allow a full DSLR in. I am loving the size and portability of the Olympus and am about to buy the 12-40mm F2.8 for it.

So I have portability covered with the little Olympus.

I love my Nikon setup but have been thinking of dumping everything Nikon and getting an XT4 with a couple of lenses. What do you miss about your Nikon. And considering I have the Olympus, is it a stupid idea dropping the fiull frame Nikon for anothe crop sensor?

Nikon was my first love, I learned light and shadow on a D40X camera with kit lens. I then upgraded to the D700 beast with the 20mm F2.8, 35mm F2, 50mm F1.4, and 85mm f1. 4.
I held on to this set up for 8 years before Fuji appeared on my radar.
To be 100% honest, the build quality of the Nikon body and lenses is maybe, what I miss. But I don't miss the weight at all.

For me it's been a journey of simplifying my gear and photo process.
Now I only have the XT3 with two lenses, 16-55 (equivalent 34-70) and 50-140mm.
Both are superb lenses and that's it, I don't need anything more based on what I shoot or how I shoot.
I forced myself to master these two lenses and I've been having a blast while at it..
Lights is what I have recently invested with the addition of the Godox AD200 Pro system in my bag.

Last edited by Andyh1; 04-03-2020 at 01:26 PM..