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The micro four-thirds sensor format is enabling a new generation of cameras that combine compact size with DSLR-like features, such as interchangeable lenses. In this course, Rich Harrington and Scott Bourne introduce the micro four-thirds format, detailing its strengths and weaknesses for both photography and video, offering buying advice, and sharing tips for getting the best results when shooting with a micro four-thirds camera.
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(MUSIC) >> Hi, my name is Rich Harrington. >> And I'm Scott Bourne. >> And we're really excited that you could join us as we take an in-depth look at the micro four-thirds format for both a photography and a video perspective. >> This is great stuff. These cameras will surprise you, they'll amaze you, they'll delight you. And we're going to give you an introduction into the entire system, how to use the lenses, the cameras, we're going to actually shoot with them, we're going to show you the results. We're going to get you as excited about micro four-thirds as we are.
>> And we really appreciate you joining us today, we've got a lot of ground to cover, so let's jump right in.
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