Originally Posted by JoeDif
Nope, my only beef was the continued use of the phrase "DSLR quality image". I'm not quite sure what that means. The reference was that the PEN cameras were good but didn't quite reach the level of DSLR quality.
That is not a term I like either. Mainly because so much of what constitutes image quality is dependent upon more than just the DSLR designation. First there's the photographer. Then there's the quality of the glass, which can vary from craptastic to phenomenal, and then you have the age of the camera which can make a huge difference. There are point and shoots today that can easily outperform older DSLR's. An entry level DSLR with high end glass can produce better image quality than a full frame with entry level glass. And any camera in the hands of a photographer who knows what they're doing can produce better images than the fanciest camera in the hands of someone who doesn't.