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Pros: The Unit is nicely built. It is also virtually "Silent" in fact it may be absolutely silent as the only thing I heard during the pre-build test was the air gently moving through the grill and only because I had my head next to it. Power Supply Tester confirmed accuracy. The FIt and Finish is "excellent."
Cons: It doesn't cook Norther Italian or Chinese.
Other Thoughts: I will update this with Build completion and testing. Fortunately I have several other Good but excellent PSU's I prefer 750's like my Silverstone Strider, but didn't want semi modular using the 700 OZC Semi. Just in case this one needs to go in hopefully never.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: ANother very interesting feature of this camera is its Live-Blub Feature. Which allows you to watch an image devlope in real time in the view finder or viewing screen. The reason this is so interesting form my point of view is if you are interested in IR (Infred Images) this my be the camera to have. By installing one of 3 types of IR Filters you can then not have to rely on timing or specific ISO to watch and determine when the image is as you desire.
Cons: Same As~
Other Thoughts: Same As~READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small, Lightweight, Fast, Low Light capable, Camera's on the Market. And considered by many including DPR (Digital Photo Review) as one of if not the Best Mirrorless camera's available. That and endorsements form many Professional and Amateur photographers. I have to beg the difference with the previous reviewer and owner of this Model. There are at the least 40 some odd lenses available for this Camera. And in reality a number more. Not to mention the addition of adapters which increase the number by adding the likes of Canon and Nikon Lenses. Sigma, Panasonic, Olympus, and Tamaron offer lenses from 8mm to 300 plus in Focal Length.
Cons: Small for those of us with big fingers.READ FULL REVIEW