In any case, at the moment, I'm thinking that I'll be dividing the use of these two cameras along those lines - speed for the Ricoh and available light night pictures for the Olympus. What I really want, by the way, is a camera with a good f1.4 (or f1.2 or f1.8) lens that is still convenient to use otherwise. In the highly competitive camera market, price is a big issue and the lens is where the manufacturers are saving money. They have to buy the CCDs and can's hide the pixel count, but since most people only understand the focal length of lenses and not the aperture, that's what gets shortchanged....
Lyle (Hiroshi) Saxon
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