Two system dilemma
Hindsight is wonderful, isn't it but I think I have bought myself into a dilemma caused purely by my acquisative need for kit.
Last year I bought myself and Olympus EM-10 Mk2 along with a 12–40mm 1:2.8 Pro lens and a ED 40-150mm f/4-5.6. I had sold my Nikon D 700 and its three lenses as it was proving too heavy to carry around on day trips and holidays etc.
I’m very happy with the Olympus system. However the body is not weather sealed - a concern as I do a lot of landscape photography out in the wilds and I must say rather miss the Nikon. I also love macro work and doubted that the Olympus macro lenses would be up to the same standard as my old Nikons.
On a bit of a whim I recently bought myself an a new D7100 with a Tokina AF 100mm F/2.8 Macro AT-X 100AF Pro D. So I now have two systems but I can’t help but wonder if I’d be better off trading in one of the systems and just concentrating on developing one system.
All a bit afterthought-ish, I know but would genuinely appreciated comments/advice.
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