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    Throw the metal thing on top away, fill the red bag with rice, tie it closed and use that as a camera support.
    Surprisingly enough, the ‘metal thing’ supports the Olympus E-M5 with the rather bulky Zuiko 14–54 zoom, lenshood, and lens adapter when it’s turned to align with the lens’ axis. The lenshood in particular is quite wide, but the combo sits flat and level with the ‘metal thing’ underneath it. Zooming is a little stiff, but.

    So, thanks for your suggestion, but no thanks.
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    Frivolous eBAY purchase


    Olympus E-M5 w/14–54 Zuiko at 35mm 1/80 f/5.6 ISO 800 (handheld)
    Pardon my ignorance but what is it?
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    Pardon my ignorance but what is it?
    It’s either a MP1-CO2, MP3-CO1, or MP3-CO2 Manfrotto “tripod”. The invoice says “MP1-CO2”, but the instruction leaflet says it’s for the latter two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Pardon my ignorance but what is it?
    Pocket tripod perhaps one description. I've got the much earlier version.
    They work well on a table where you want to make some small adjustments to frame an image.
    Lighter and less bulky in the pocket than a small bean bag that I mentioned. I've found the bean bag idea somewhat quicker and less fiddly for me.

    There are some other devices that I tried out, the idea of this is find a bottle at your travel destination.
    Instant "tripod". I would not risk an EM5 on this though.

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    Bean bag (actually a lentil bag)


    Olympus E-M5 Zuiko 14–54 at 25mm 1/20 f/5.6 ISO 1600

    At 90mm by 115mm, the bag is small, and even smaller in width when filled with Puy lentils (nothing but the best!). They leaked.
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    Bean bag (actually a lentil bag)

    Olympus E-M5 Zuiko 14–54 at 25mm 1/20 f/5.6 ISO 1600

    At 90mm by 115mm, the bag is small, and even smaller in width when filled with Puy lentils (nothing but the best!). They leaked.

    Yeah, that didn't work too well..
    Maybe this kind of camera bean bag will be better.

    Not sure where the SD card goes though?

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    Not sure where the SD card goes though?

    Hey, this is a family forum!
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    pen e-pi kit lens. pin hole art setting

    Night time pleasures.

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    two of a kind ...

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    ^^^^ Awty: nice composition and realisation ^^^^

    ^^^^ Knorp nice natural light and colour capture ^^^^
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    Very small brewery


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    If I had to choose one lens which exemplifies the main concepts of m43rds for me it would be the Lumix Leica DG Macro-Elmarit 2.8/45 ASPH. This is a shot taken one-handed which is only possible because of the light weight of the camera (GX8) and lens. And of course the blazing fast AF helps as well. iso400 f8 1/400.

    Small White butterfly on Sea Holly flower.

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    Disco seating in the Mall


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    Blades


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    Nice stuff Mediumcool.

    I partially like these images because of the kit lens used to produce them…..the very compact 12-32 Pano.

    I have it as the standard lens that came with my GM1, and was surprised by it's image quality, something that people don't talk a lot about.

    BTW, when I'm not using the 12-32, I get excellent results with Leica M lenses via the M to M43 adapter…..a win/win
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seascape View Post
    Nice stuff Mediumcool.

    I partially like these images because of the kit lens used to produce them—the very compact 12–32 Pano.
    Thank you! But this lens has shocking distortion—huge barrel at the wide end (in Capture One) and pincushion at the long end (C1 is rubbish at manual pincushion correction!) so not a great choice for rectilinear subjects. If C1 had presets for more Lumix lenses, it would be less of a problem. But the results from C1 are too good otherwise!

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    Moreton Bay Fig


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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Thank you! But this lens has shocking distortion—huge barrel at the wide end (in Capture One) and pincushion at the long end (C1 is rubbish at manual pincushion correction!) so not a great choice for rectilinear subjects. If C1 had presets for more Lumix lenses, it would be less of a problem. But the results from C1 are too good otherwise!
    Agree completely 12mm and rectilinear subjects is a problem, but things change pretty quickly when you move up a bit in focal length. It is my P&S RAW shooting cam (also C1) and I am very happy with the size, cost, and image quality, and can be quite versitile via adapter, 50 Summicron-M:
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    Not only Leica M lenses, but R's work great as well with the apropriate adapter:
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    Here's a recent grab shot with my P&S GMI/12-32 taken at 12mm, processed in C1 with no corrections, late evening, so could have been lighter in the dark areas.

    It's a movie set lighting rig getting ready for shooting the evening scenes:
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    Common Grey Heron - Regent's Canal, Camden Town, England. GX8+Lumix 35-100/2.8

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    Temperance and General


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    What skiing does to our slopes and woods. The "Ski slope of the Bear", as seen in summer from the bottom of the valley, with a pretty long focal. Not a pretty sight ! Note that it is just as incongruous in winter and spring when they are using artificial snow and you can see this lone white snowy slope while every thing around is already green..

    Olympus E-M52 and m.Zuiko pro 40-150mm F2.8 plus 1.4x extender shot at 200mm (aka 400mm)


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    We got our national feast and fireworks a few days ago and I used the E-M5II along with the 40-150mm F2.8 pro zoom to catch it from my window. The contrast was very high, because the sky was completely cloudy and the night was very dark. I had to underexpose a lot in order to keep details in the highlights of the fireworks.

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    Has anyone here mounted their M4/3 camera to a microscope? I would like to do just that so that I can capture imagery of those tiny strange alien-like creatures that live in pond and sea water. It's a pity that decent quality microscopes are so expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribal-warrior View Post
    Has anyone here mounted their M4/3 camera to a microscope? I would like to do just that so that I can capture imagery of those tiny strange alien-like creatures that live in pond and sea water. It's a pity that decent quality microscopes are so expensive.
    Hey, but wouldn’t decent Raw processors get rid of all the colour-fringing in cheap compound lenses?

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    Hey, but wouldn’t decent Raw processors get rid of all the colour-fringing in cheap compound lenses?
    Hmmm....good point! I think there are other potential issues too with cheap objectives like average sharpness in the middle of the image and softness / distortion in the corners. And of course the really good microscope bodies would have an additional viewing port for adding a camera, leaving the other eye pieces free for viewing with human eyeballs. One of the things I enjoyed the most in science class back in high school in Adelaide was viewing those microscopic critters in pond water that looked more bizarre than any alien you'd see in a science fiction movie.

    Actually, speaking of chromatic aberration, I had a really bad case of colour fringing while shooting a colony of fruit bats this year in Yeppoon, Queensland. I was shooting against the light using a slow telephoto lens (the Olympus 40 - 150mm f4 - 5.6) so that certainly didn't help. I had to brighten the images a bit in Adobe Lightroom but the resulting colour fringing was extremely severe - the worst Ive ever seen. I was able to reduce a bit of it in Lightroom but still, a lot of it remains. The CA is so extreme that you don't even need to zoom in to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribal-warrior View Post
    Hmmm....good point! I think there are other potential issues too with cheap objectives like average sharpness in the middle of the image and softness / distortion in the corners. And of course the really good microscope bodies would have an additional viewing port for adding a camera, leaving the other eye pieces free for viewing with human eyeballs. One of the things I enjoyed the most in science class back in high school in Adelaide was viewing those microscopic critters in pond water that looked more bizarre than any alien you'd see in a science fiction movie.
    I was essaying irony—I thought the rolling eyes pointed in that direction. Mmmm.

    Quote Originally Posted by tribal-warrior View Post
    … speaking of chromatic aberration, I had a really bad case of colour fringing while shooting a colony of fruit bats this year in Yeppoon, Queensland. I was shooting against the light using a slow telephoto lens (the Olympus 40 - 150mm f4 - 5.6) so that certainly didn't help. I had to brighten the images a bit in Adobe Lightroom but the resulting colour fringing was extremely severe - the worst Ive ever seen. I was able to reduce a bit of it in Lightroom but still, a lot of it remains. The CA is so extreme that you don't even need to zoom in to see it.
    Sample? I find Capture One to be very good at CA correction. I had a Zuiko 4/3 40–150 f/3.5–4.5 adapted to my Lumix G3—sharpness-wise it barked from around 90mm up, but had little CA (or was it simply well-corrected in C1?).

    Its replacement, a Lumix 45–175mm f/4–5.6 is surprisingly good but slow, with hard-to-correct in C1 pincushion distortion at the long end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    I was essaying irony—I thought the rolling eyes pointed in that direction. Mmmm.
    Oh I saw the irony! Yea I think I was wrong for putting all the unnecessary clutter in my post.


    Quote Originally Posted by mediumcool View Post
    Sample? I find Capture One to be very good at CA correction. I had a Zuiko 4/3 40–150 f/3.5–4.5 adapted to my Lumix G3—sharpness-wise it barked from around 90mm up, but had little CA (or was it simply well-corrected in C1?).
    I haven't uploaded any samples yet - maybe I'll post some on Flickr. Though because of the bad colour fringing, I may only have them online temporarily. I'm not familiar with Capture One - I'll have to look into that software. Lightroom is usually pretty good at correcting most CA generally but it couldn't do much with the fruit bat photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tribal-warrior View Post
    Has anyone here mounted their M4/3 camera to a microscope? I would like to do just that so that I can capture imagery of those tiny strange alien-like creatures that live in pond and sea water. It's a pity that decent quality microscopes are so expensive.
    I haven't tried with a microscope, and as you point out, good ones are expensive. I'm sure Olympus makes one with a m4/3 adapter, but being a leading supplier to the medical industry, I suppose the prices of their microscopes are prohibitive.

    A cheapish and probably very functional solution is to buy an OM-adapter, one of the excellent OM macro lenses and an OM bellows or the very functional telescopic extension tube for OM. Even the cheap OM 50mm f/3.5 macro is a good lens, and the lenses designed for use with bellows or extension tubes are even better.

    Here's a photo of the extension tube:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    A cheapish and probably very functional solution is to buy an OM-adapter, one of the excellent OM macro lenses and an OM bellows or the very functional telescopic extension tube for OM. Even the cheap OM 50mm f/3.5 macro is a good lens, and the lenses designed for use with bellows or extension tubes are even better.
    I do have a Canon FD 50mm f3.5 macro lens that I occasionally use with my Panasonic M4/3 cameras. It came in handy for this pic of a black rock scorpion (Urodacus manicatus) under uv lighting.



    Though Ive never used bellows - I bet I'd get some pretty impressive magnification with that.
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    Wonderful Anna, and thanks for your kind words and the link.
    I like the first. Though, you had to turn off the light at Tourbillon first.

    Quote Originally Posted by Annna T View Post
    We got our national feast and fireworks a few days ago and I used the E-M5II along with the 40-150mm F2.8 pro zoom to catch it from my window. The contrast was very high, because the sky was completely cloudy and the night was very dark. I had to underexpose a lot in order to keep details in the highlights of the fireworks.

    Here are a few :

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    Another yeasty moment at the Lady Burra


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    Just got the GX85
    First time with m4/3 since well.. Back with the original E-P1

    Just the 12-32 kit at the moment, have a prime or two coming soon..


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    Yay Hindley Street! That reminds me of a similar shot of the infamous Adelaide street that I took a number of years ago on 35mm slide film. I was using a Vivitar 75 - 300mm zoom to exploit the telephoto compression. Like your image, it made Hindley Street look rather hilly. I really like the colours in all three of your Hindley Street photos.
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    GX85 & 12-32 kit..


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    GX85 + PanaLeica 25/1.4


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    Two-and-a-half oranges


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    GX85 & PanaLeica 25/1.4


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    Medical centre with pole


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    I spent 3.5 days at the Laguna Seca track for the Monterey Motorsports Reunion practices, qualifying and races last Thurs-Sunday. I took the GH3 with the 100-300, a GX8 with a 12-35/2.8 and a second GX8 with a 35-100/2.8 lens attached so I wouldn't have to change lenses while out shooting. This was a perfect setup for me. I took several hundred photos and will have to spend quite a bit of time sorting thru them. Had so much fun watching 548 historic race cars from 15 different groups dating from 1911 to 2001. Here are a few pics of Group 1A (pre-1940 sport racing and 1927-51 racing cars), Group 4A (1973-81 FIA, IMSA GT, GTX, AAGT and GTU cars) and Group 7B (1967-1984 Formula One cars).

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    Another wonderful aspect of the Monterey Motorsports Reunion is being able to freely walk thru the paddock areas to see (and hear) these historic race cars up close.

    These were all shot with my GX8 and the 12-35/2.8 lens.

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