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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    I'm beginning to feel left out for lack of camera ... :-|
    I'm very sorry, Godfrey. Hope yours turns up quickly too.
    Yesterday I still had the prospect of a four weeks wait ...

    All the best.
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    :-)

    Mostly in jest. Heck, more film for the Polaroids showed up today. :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    i better stop posting pictures made with my EM1....
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Marilyn
    Another one from the EM1 shooting



    Olympus E-M1 + Summilux 25, noNR
    ISO200 @ f1.4, 1/80 second, 25 mm focal length
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

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    Marilyn
    Another one from the EM1 shooting


    Olympus E-M1 + Summilux 25, noNR
    ISO200 @ f1.4, 1/80 second, 25 mm focal length
    Lovely image.

    I quite enjoyed your website. It's nice to see real effort put into fine images of people that are not 20 year old waifs.

    Not that I am bashing waif photos.

    Best,

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    Never experienced this before: my RAWs are not recognised by C1 (7.1.4).
    Now, don't tell me Aperture or LR (already) do ...


    Shooting RAW+JPEG, for the time being, seems the only option.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Never experienced this before: my RAWs are not recognised by C1 (7.1.4).
    Now, don't tell me Aperture or LR (already) do ...


    Shooting RAW+JPEG, for the time being, seems the only option.

    Kind regards.
    I Think LR5 reads them . . but Aperture doesn't yet (boo).
    Still, the jpgs aren't bad (that's what I've been posting from). It's quite a good exercise in remembering that one shouldn't blow out the highlights!

    all the best (from a rainy Gent)

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    ACR Version 8.2.0.94 has no problem with the .ORF files of the E-M1.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I Think LR5 reads them . . but Aperture doesn't yet (boo).
    Still, the jpgs aren't bad (that's what I've been posting from). It's quite a good exercise in remembering that one shouldn't blow out the highlights!

    all the best (from a rainy Gent)
    No LR5 here, no M yet remember ...

    Still dry-ish here with a little blue, but with rain to come.

    Kind regards.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    No LR5 here, no M yet remember ...

    Still dry-ish here with a little blue, but with rain to come.

    Kind regards.
    I have LR5, but I just don't want to use it!
    Here it's warm and cloudy - I'm in LeHavre today.
    Back home tomorrow night.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    LR5 worked for me, not C1 7.1.4

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Two from last night - 25 1.4 - ISO 800 - flash


    20131009-PA090125-Edit by jmmtampa, on Flickr


    20131009-PA090071 by jmmtampa, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I have LR5, but I just don't want to use it!
    You could dl the DNG Converter, transform the .ORFs into .DNGs and use them with Aperture. I just tested and Aperture will import them that way. Color default seems to be ok, if not stupendous.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    I am also using Adobe Camera Raw 8.2.0.94 for my E-M1 ORF files. It is the latest update to Photoshop CS6 and does a good conversion job at least until C1Pro gets around to producing a profile for this camera.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Last 2 from last night. It was Strobist get together to celebrate Halloween a little early. Pana/Leica 25 1.4 lens - 800 iSO - manual flash.


    20131009-PA090164-Edit by jmmtampa, on Flickr


    20131009-PA090202 by jmmtampa, on Flickr

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    First Night Out with E-M1

    Here's a flickr.com set of my Friday night first tests of the E-M1:

    Club Nite with Friends - 2013 - a set on Flickr

    Enjoy!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    You could dl the DNG Converter, transform the .ORFs into .DNGs and use them with Aperture. I just tested and Aperture will import them that way. Color default seems to be ok, if not stupendous.

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    Thanks so much for this Godfrey
    Job Done!

    All the best
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    You could dl the DNG Converter, transform the .ORFs into .DNGs and use them with Aperture. I just tested and Aperture will import them that way. Color default seems to be ok, if not stupendous.

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    Sadly Godfrey it will only import files from 4/3 lenses as far as I can see. With micro 43 lenses you get Unsupported file format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Sadly Godfrey it will only import files from 4/3 lenses as far as I can see. With micro 43 lenses you get Unsupported file format.
    You are correct. The files I used to test were made with the 11-22 and 35 Macro, they import without any problems. The DNGBackwardVersion token in them is v1.1.0. Another test file I made with the Summilux-DG 25 has DNGBackwardVersion v1.3.0, it will not import. When I tweak the EXIF to reflect v1.1.0, they import.

    That means that Aperture as yet cannot interpret DNG files that it doesn't have a camera profile for with DNG versions that include lens-injected correction parameters.

    I won't express further my feelings on that subject. Lightroom 5.2 doesn't have the best color profiles for the E-M1 as yet, but at least it supports the version of DNG that was current in 2009 ..!

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    HI Godfrey
    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    You are correct. The files I used to test were made with the 11-22 and 35 Macro, they import without any problems. The DNGBackwardVersion token in them is v1.1.0. Another test file I made with the Summilux-DG 25 has DNGBackwardVersion v1.3.0, it will not import. When I tweak the EXIF to reflect v1.1.0, they import.
    Hmm - what do you use to tweak the exif information? I guess this means that until there is proper support in Aperture I'll be shooting the 11-22 and the 12-60 (which is not much of a hardship!)


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    That means that Aperture as yet cannot interpret DNG files that it doesn't have a camera profile for with DNG versions that include lens-injected correction parameters.

    I won't express further my feelings on that subject. Lightroom 5.2 doesn't have the best color profiles for the E-M1 as yet, but at least it supports the version of DNG that was current in 2009 ..!

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    Hmmm - yes - I rather understood this was underway when the monochrom supported, but I had realised that it wasn't (X-Vario DNG files don't work either).

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Well . . . My 12-60 came back from the menders this morning, it's like meeting a very old and very very good friend! I love it - it's a great range, it focuses stupidly close, and it's sharp at all apertures and all focal lengths - right to the corners!

    Added to which it focuses perfectly adequately on the E-M1

    Here are 4 shots from rainy today









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    These are looking good and a lovely lens no doubt.
    Still, I don't get it why you had to flung it across the road first ...
    But joking aside - good it was mendable and who knows when (ever) I receive my free MMF-3 adapter ...

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    These are looking good and a lovely lens no doubt.
    Still, I don't get it why you had to flung it across the road first ...
    But joking aside - good it was mendable and who knows when (ever) I receive my free MMF-3 adapter ...

    Kind regards.
    HI Bart
    Actually it was a dog bolt - I had the camera in hand, and the dog on the lead . . . she bolted for it and the camera spun away onto the road

    Still - it's been all nicely fixed and checked, and seems to be doing well. The only visible damage is the deep scarring on the lens hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hmm - what do you use to tweak the exif information? I guess this means that until there is proper support in Aperture I'll be shooting the 11-22 and the 12-60 (which is not much of a hardship!)
    Going fearlessly into the mish-mash of computer goofyness, I used a disk editor to bash the files directly. It was quickest, and I didn't have a compatible version of EXIFtool installed. :-)

    Not necessarily the best way to do it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    HI Bart
    Actually it was a dog bolt - I had the camera in hand, and the dog on the lead . . . she bolted for it and the camera spun away onto the road

    Still - it's been all nicely fixed and checked, and seems to be doing well. The only visible damage is the deep scarring on the lens hood.
    I missed the 12-60 lens damage story. You live dangerously. ;-)
    The photos look very good!

    I did a quick test of the Novoflex mount adapter and Summicron-R 50mm f/2. My gosh, the E-M1 viewfinder works beautifully for focusing this lens! I have the two front buttons set up to turn on magnification and peaking. Most of the time I need neither, but they provide an additional level of security in placing the critical focus point.

    Wish I had more time to use them, but suffice it to say I'm very glad I bought these R lenses now. :-)

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    Been wanting to do a harvesting sunset picture for some time. Hard to get the sun and farmers together. Last night I got my chance. EM-1, 4/3 50-200 at 117mm, f8, 1/8000, ISO200. Since this type of exposure is tricky, I set the camera to HDR mode 5 exposures @ 2 stops apart, high speed burst. I figured I'd get one good exposure from each bracket. This worked out well as the exposure was constantly changing and I had no time to adjust because the sun was dropping rapidly and the combine was generally moving.

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    Looks like they did a good job Jono, nice and sharp at f2.8. Did yours have a sticking zoom after you dropped it? Mine did, and if you looked in from the front in strong light, you could see dents in the three plastic zoom tracks. They replaced the plastic insert.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    HI There Bruce
    No, the inside seemed okay - it was on the pen 5, and the edge of the lens hood hit the road, so I think the very front took all the stress.

    Larry - that is one killer photo of the sunset and the harvest - excellent!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    From a club we went to last night. EM-1, 45 1.8, no flash


    20131016-PA160011 by jmmtampa, on Flickr


    20131016-PA160038 by jmmtampa, on Flickr

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    Was able to have a trial with a camera today. Just in very flat light here is one.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    That's lovely Brian . . must not think of that lens!

    At the moment I'm spending most of my time with the 12-60 - partly to rediscover an old friend, and partly because I can convert the ORF files to DNG and use Aperture.

    here are some with the 12-60


    Somerset Sunset



    Sennen Beach


    Sea and Sand


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    Found another farmer and another sunset.
    EM-1, 4/3 50-200 @ 88, 1/640, ISO 200.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Thanks Jono,

    I find that I often shoot zoom lenses at either extreme... so the 12mm f2 and 75mm f1.8 on two bodies works far better for me, than a 12-60mm zoom on one.
    HI Brian
    I quite understand . . . it's exactly what I do with the Leica's - usually a 24 or 28 on one body and a 75 on the other.

    . . . but when I'm using 43 I like to take advantage of the great zooms. I used to have the 12 f2 - great lens - and now I do use both the 45 and 75 quite a bit, but it's the zooms that get the use (at least until Apple get their act in order!)
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Hi Brian

    A really nice image, obviously taken just before your Sunday morning service!!

    Seriously though it is a great shot....did you use the HDR function in camera or
    as pp work?
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    ...
    I find that I often shoot zoom lenses at either extreme... so the 12mm f2 and 75mm f1.8 on two bodies works far better for me, than a 12-60mm zoom on one.
    ...
    The 12mm f2 is way, way better than I expected.
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    you tempts me, you tempts me.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Hi Dave,

    Thanks, just a single shot, developed in Olympus viewer to tiff, adjustments to tonality in Lightzone.

    Cheers

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    ... you tempts me, you tempts me.

    LOL! It is SO easy to just spend money on cool lenses and camera stuff.

    STOP THE MADNESS! No, I won't. Not yet, not immediately. I need to actually use the new camera a bit first. The grip makes it wonderful with the 11-22 lens, just like the E-1 is wonderful with it.


    I'm going to go take some photos with it now ... :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    finally got a few processed, using LR5, mostly shot in crappy sodium vapor, fluorescent mixed light indoors at iso 400 or so, my fav

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    what the other guy is looking at:

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    what we ate and they are going to order/serve:

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    this series in the Chelsea market, NYC, a favorite place. these from the outstanding fish market there:

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    last one

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Lovely Brian - clearly you have a mission to make Godfrey spend more money

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    Lovely Brian - clearly you have a mission to make Godfrey spend more money
    Hah! Already spent enough. :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

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    Hah! Already spent enough. :-)

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    Sorry Godfrey, I'm not sure that I understand what you're saying?

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Weather wet around here.
    Still, the 60 macro is fun to use in horrid weather.
    as an aside, my E-M1 has now been completely soaked 3 times with no ill effect


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Beautiful shots, Jono. How do you compare the Oly 60 Macro with the 45 Macro Elmarit which if I am not wrong you have/had.

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