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What's this episode about?
Today's episode was recorded live at the Polo 24 Hour Bar in Liverpool Street, London. Paul & Michael discuss exactly what it is we should be expecting from our cameras these days and what the future may hold.
Recently, Michael came across a debate online to say that the video features in the Olympus OM-D E-M1ii weren't good enough. Michael, however, questions whether people should have any expectations of the video features in such cameras, especially those that are quite clearly marketed and sold as cameras intended for stills photography (video features are very much secondary.)
Paul weighs in with his thoughts too and the guys discuss some possible directions that the likes of Fuji, Sony, Olympus, Panasonic and others should perhaps take their future cameras in - should the manufacturers be cramming the best of everything they have to offer in their cameras, or should they be making specialist, focused cameras that are dedicated to different things (Jack of all trades, master of none).
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