I am in the process of running an experiment to see if it is possible for me to go back to a camera with only a micro 4/3 sensor. Since I also desire to have a smaller camera than my Fuji X-T1 to carry in a jacket pocket, I decided to try the Olympus E-PL7 with the 14 – 42 mm 1:3.5-5.6 EZ lens.
The above pictures were taken late yesterday and this morning. The subject matter isn’t important (to me) other than for the fact that I am trying to use the camera under the usual types of conditions that I normally photograph. You are seeing a sample of my tests since I wanted to see how they worked on my web site.
Several of the above images were taken at the 42 mm focal length as well as at an ISO of 6400. These seem to be the worst conditions for this camera and lens; but so far I am finding them acceptable, at least as for the sensor and processing. All of these images were raw files. Some have noise reduction applied but most not, so if you are a pixel peeper, you will note differences.