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Old 05-04-2012   #81
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Some photos from a OMD I borrowed for a few hours last week. Interesting camera.



















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Here's a few from today ... before my one and only battery ran flat :-(


Recovery time: 25mm


It's pretty dark in the free view box and the E-M5 held on to a fair bit of detail before hitting the noise floor: 12mm


View onto the field through the mesh from inside the box - spot the ball : 25mm


Some people are still using film: 25mm



Yikes ! : 25mm
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Here's one taken with the PanaLeica 25/1.5 at ISO1600. I'm really apprecaiting the smooth tonality. (Shot in RAW, processed in Lightroom 4 + Silver Efex Pro 2.)


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We have some really nice pictures taken here, keep them coming.
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really fantastic pictures. It's a really capable small camera, too bad I can't justify investing in another system, when I can pay a bit more for a used 5D MkII which can take my Canon lenses
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Has anyone spotted the ball? Nice pictures you have there.

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Here's a few from today ... before my one and only battery ran flat :-(
Recovery time: 25mm
It's pretty dark in the free view box and the E-M5 held on to a fair bit of detail before hitting the noise floor: 12mm
View onto the field through the mesh from inside the box - spot the ball : 25mm
Some people are still using film: 25mm
Yikes ! : 25mm
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Sug, that's a dynamite shot.
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Here with the 45 zuiko and monocrhome art mode:



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Some high ISO shots:


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From Super Moon Saturday, my E-M5 with OM 500mm/F8 mirror lens. Shown full frame. 1/400, ISO 200, RAW.

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nice shots, johann. is that desoto as in chrysler? as in mopar?
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nice shots, johann. is that desoto as in chrysler? as in mopar?
Yup, the old brand owned (once?) by Chrysler. It does look like it will take some time to get it back into a runner!
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way cool, johann. our family car from '59 to '62 or so was a desoto firesweep with hemi 392 and push-button transmission. what a length of detroit iron. dad got a speeding ticket or two ...
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some from me. I'm loving this camera! photos on Olympus 12mm f2 and a quick run through Lightroom 4.1 + Alien Skin Exposure











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One taken using the kit lens:


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Love this shot... you did a great job capturing the energy and movement. It almost looks like a still frame from a movie!
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Taken with the 12mm f2.0





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Taken with the 25/1.4.

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The OMD and 25/1.4 is a killer combo. I used it last night to take some quick pics of my friends, and everyone was suitably impressed with the resulting images. Oh, and the AF is FAST.
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A few with the 45/1.8. It's a really nice lens!









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Some shots with the Panasonic 20mm/f1.7 at the U-District Street Fair:









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One from today - OM-D + Lumix 14/2.5:


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So much good work on this page, but papasnap... amazing! Shot 2 but also shot 3.
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One shot, jpg converted to BW:



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