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Thread: E-5 compared to E-3 and E-PL1

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    Re: E-5 compared to E-3 and E-PL1

    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    Perhaps the most obvious thing I noticed was how desaturated the E-3 sample looks compared to the others. Reducing saturation is one trick for dealing with chroma (colour) noise.

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    Yeah, I noticed the colors right away as well. The E-PL1 is much warmer than the E-3, but the E-5 has "deeper" colors all across the board. I know that's not a technical way of saying it, but that's what I can see with my eyes...
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    Re: E-5 compared to E-3 and E-PL1

    Wow. Makes me want to consider the E-PL1. There are some pretty good deals on it about. Individually any of them would be perfectly satisfactory. With the 10 and 12 meg pix. sensors you can't expect less noise on crops that large.

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