Joe Edelman Could Be My Twin Switching From Nikon to Micro Four Thirds
Switching from Nikon to Micro Four Thirds
Seems Joe Edelman had an almost identical path in photography as I have. He started in the mid 70’s with a Nikon F2AS, just like me. He shot the Nikon system for over 40 years, just like me. He relied on Nikon cameras to actually earn a living from photography, just like me. And, just like me, he got tired of Nikon’s costly gear, heavy weight, and lack of current cutting edge technology like 4K video. So… like me, he made the switch, and boy is he fired up and loving his photography again.
Just like me, Joe loves the small, compact, and highly sophisticated technology he’s found in his Micro Four Thirds camera of choice, the Olympus OM-D EM-1 Mark ll. Virtually every comment out of Joe’s mouth sounds like a recording of what I’ve also been saying since I first picked up a Lumix camera back in 2008. And just like me, he’s now shooting professional, paid assignments using the much smaller, compact cameras with no issues expressed by his clients. Take a look at the video Joe produced to share his thoughts about breaking up with Nikon in a humorous, lighthearted way. The only thing Joe and I differ on is his choice of camera, but either way, this guy could be my rebellious twin. No earrings or tattoos for me though.