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    Re: Fun with the Olympus Zuiko 11-22 4/3 lens

    (on my E-P5, actually, as the E-M1 is in transit)

    I took the 11/22 out for a stress test, to see how the AF works on the older 16 MPx generation Pens and to see if its resolution really holds up on the later chips. After all, this lens was shipped with the E-1, which had only 5 MPx.

    Just outside Jerusalem, we have some awe-inspiring construction in progress. The new heavy rail line needs to ascend gradually from the airport to a depot in the center of town, 1500' higher. There are hills in the way, so the train tunnels through the hills and then flies across the valleys over things like this:



    The final link for the train to burrow into the basement of the city leaps about 500 m across a wide valley, using a series of substantial pillars:


    everything is bristling with wires, ladders, and scaffolding, providing a natural resolution test:


    so here's a 100% crop:



    It looks like the 11-22 has ample resolution to work with 16 MP of M43 pixels. The AF is another story. On the E-P5 with only contrast AF, this lens focuses erratically and is hard to control. I'm hoping this problem is solved in the E-M1.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    A small selection from Donna Nook this morning - which I was scouting for our next Olympus Photo Safari outing on the 17th November.

    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/800s f/5.6 at 300.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/500s f/7.1 at 300.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/320s f/5.6 at 300.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/800s f/7.1 at 171.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/500s f/6.3 at 300.0mm iso200


    All quick outputs from LR5.2

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    75 1.8 with em1.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    That is lovely, Tim!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    From yesterday's morning walk:























    all: Olympus E-M1 + Leica Summicron-R 50mm f/2

    The Summicron-R 50's focusing helicoid needs a cleaning and relubrication, otherwise it is a delight to use with the E-M1. :-)

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Some more from Donna Nook, this time developed from raw using Olympus Viewer 3, with Lightzone for levels and scaling.

    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/1600s f/5.6 at 300.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/800s f/7.1 at 201.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/640s f/7.1 at 300.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + Lumix 100-300mm f4-5.6
    1/400s f/6.3 at 300.0mm iso200


    E-P5 + mZD 17mm f1.8
    1/800s f/5.6 at 17.0mm iso200


    I much prefer the Olympus colour signature...

    Thanks for looking

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Bee Eaters taken from a small boat with my ex-EM5 which I sold as soon as the EM1 was announced and I'm still waiting for it!

    Oly 14-150mm @ 58mm. 1/125. ISO 200. f8.0. jpeg.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    I like this shot:



    Good use of light, composition and the DOF. Nice colors/tones. And of course, cute appealing to the soul subject :-)

    - Ricardo
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Just picked up the E-M1 and 12-40. As a longtime Leica user was not used to all the bells and whistles but quick learning curve.
    A few from my first time out last night. Shot JPG (thought I was shooting Raw!)

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Nice shots Paul! Reminds me of an Argentinian restaurant we have down here in Miami.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    great shots paulwr, it is good to see the new 12-40mm images, especially portrait ones to see how much much bokeh one can get from the 2.8 aperture on m43.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Thanks Carlos, Mazor.
    Bokeh not bad but I might have to try the OMD and my 50/35 Summilux. I would be interested to see examples, if any of the forum members have tried out this combination.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Another shot from last night with E-M1 and 12-40. Loving the combination and more post flexibility than I had imagined.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    E-M1 with 12-40 F2.8 and bad weather!



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by paulwr View Post
    Thanks Carlos, Mazor.
    Bokeh not bad but I might have to try the OMD and my 50/35 Summilux. I would be interested to see examples, if any of the forum members have tried out this combination.
    I'll use the Leica Summilux-R 50mm f/1.4 on my next E-M1 walk, likely on Saturday morning as I'm too busy today. The Summicron-R 50/2 performed beautifully on the E-M1, the Summilux has a very different imaging signature so I'm very curious to see how it works.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Drift
    The Southern Ocean




    Olympus M1 1/800 sec, ISO 200, -1/3 e/v
    Panasonic Leica Summilux 25/1.4 at 7.1
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    Visit to Yosemite

    Attachment 78679
    Glacier Point
    E-M1, ISO 200, 12mm, 1/160, f4.5

    Attachment 78680
    Valley View
    E-M1, ISO 200, 12mm, 1/60, f6.3
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    A passing snap from today: (transferred via app and wireless to ipad, edited therein and transferred to zenfolio therefrom, making therefore for a very small production and distribution system!)
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    A passing snap from today: (transferred via app and wireless to ipad, edited therein and transferred to zenfolio therefrom, making therefore for a very small production and distribution system!)
    Very neat, Tim! What did you edit with? Did you transfer a JPEG or an ORF file? Does the transfer work with Android tablets?
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    Just ios photo app and then zen folio app to send JPEG....not sure about Android, sorry!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Out of my wife and kids, only my daughter was willing to pose for the new camera. But at six weeks old, she can't hold her head up for the shot:


    PB080003 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr


    FWIW, Isabella thinks the E-M1 is a little too big:


    PB070167 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
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    very cute indeed. :-)

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    I took a walk at lunch time and looked around me.



















    All taken with Olympus E-M1 + Summilux-DG 25mm f/1.4 ASPH

    It was a good walk on a beautiful day.

    Thanks for looking. Comments appreciated.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    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


    I really like this one Jono, well captured.. ticks all my boxes.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Been working far too hard... finally a chance to grab a couple on the way home this morning.

    Straight output from Olympus Viewer 3.

    E-M1 + 75mm f1.8
    1/250s f/4.5 at 75.0mm iso200


    E-M1 + 75mm f1.8
    1/8000s f/1.8 at 75.0mm iso200


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    A couple form this morning's stroll…



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    And then there's always the evening stroll too… I love taking the E-M1 and 12-40 everywhere, it is solo versatile!





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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Pretty cold this morning, I wouldn't be surprised if we get snow in the next few weeks.

    E-M1 + 12mm f2
    1/200s f/4.5 at 12.0mm iso200


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Scouting our next Safari Group Event...

    E-M1 + 75mm f1.8
    1/125s f/3.5 at 75.0mm iso200


    Thanks for looking

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    Talking Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

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    Is that an Olympus pen?

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    A Norwegian friend from the Pentax mailing lists is in town, on Wednesday evening we gathered for dinner at a restaurant in Santa Cruz. The Pentax folks were quite interested in the E-M1. As dinner wound down, I realized that no one had taken a group photo yet and it was getting kinda late so I needed to get back in the car to go home. So I connected to it with the iPad mini and set the E-M1 on the bar across from our table.

    It made it very easy to get everyone's face visible in the frame, even if I couldn't get three folks from staring at the image on the iPad screen ... ;-)


    L to R: Godfrey, Jostein, Zab, Larry, John
    Olympus E-M1 + Summilux-DG 25
    ISO 5000 @ f/3.2 @ 1/25 second


    A tap on the screen for where to place focus and another tap to make the exposure. The image was automatically on the iPad, I added the frame with Snapseed and sized/uploaded the photo to flickr with Photogene. Seamless and excellent... I like this camera more and more.

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    PS: The new Macro-Elmarit-DG 45mm has arrived... :-)
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Elderly View Post
    Is that an Olympus pen?

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    Very good! Glad you leica, having added it to my canon. Not sure what to shoot nex - mabe this was just a Phase?

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    We did the same thing in Cambridge Godfrey, it's a great way to get a relaxed group shot like this. I like that you can upload images to social networking sites too.

    Here's another from my scouting trip earlier... processed using Olympus Viewer / Lightzone this time.

    E-M1 + 75mm f1.8
    1/100s f/3.5 at 75.0mm iso200


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Guess who, faced with an unexpectedly interesting event, underexposed it? Because for some reason the focus wouldn't lock and I had to think about that instead of adding some compensation. So the result is a bit HDR-ish but a bit of fun anyhow

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Bird of Paradise



    Olympus M1, 1/1250 sec, ISO 200, -2/3
    Olympus Zuiko 9-18 at f/4, 9mm
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Wow, that's a beauty Riley.

    ...and love the flying grass Tim, a great action shot!

    Here's another from earlier. The 75mm f1.8 is a stunning performer on the E-M1

    E-M1 + 75mm f1.8
    1/25s f/1.8 at 75.0mm iso200


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    One more

    E-M1 + 75mm f1.8
    1/320s f/3.5 at 75.0mm iso200


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Awww, that little ring-tailed critter sure looks a lot cuter than I suppose it in reality is!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Last one...

    E-M1 + 75mm f1.8
    1/320s f/3.5 at 75.0mm iso200


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    As many others have experienced, I have been having trouble getting accurate skin tones out of the E-M1 within Lightroom. Updated to 5.3 with some improvement but still not nailing it. I downloaded a custom ACR/Lightroom profile from Huelight ACR & Lightroom Camera Profiles and I think it has made a big improvement.

    Below shows an example, the first (left) is the standard Adobe profile, the second (right) is the custom version. If you look at the skin tones on the arms and wrist area and the colors of the plates and the papers on the shelf, you will notice a reduction in the reddish tones and a more accurate reproduction.

    I have no connections with the website, just thought the group might be interested.
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    The right hand example just looks a little less saturated on my display.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Just for kicks and giggles, tried the Noctilux on the E-M1 today. Easy to focus. Certainly not the color reproduction or micro-contrast of the Leica, but borderline usable.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    My walk today was with the Macro-Elmarit-DG 45mm. An intensely delightful lens, it's every bit as good as I remembered. A couple of photos later or tomorrow. :-)

    I await the Nocticron 42.5, the Summilux 15, and will likely do myself an M.Zuiko 75 at some point too.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by paulwr View Post
    Just for kicks and giggles, tried the Noctilux on the E-M1 today. Easy to focus. Certainly not the color reproduction or micro-contrast of the Leica, but borderline usable.

    Paul

    I did exactly the same thing yesterday! Using the F1 Noctilux. I still need to bottom it out at a broader range of apertures but on this occasion I mostly shot at F2 or wider and of course the lens's characteristic falloff occurs at different relative points within the frame. Here are three and then the fourth is the same lens shot at about F1 or 1.4 but with the M240. You'd need to follow the links and download them at full size to see where the differences lie but they are not as great as I might have imagined and so I see the Nocti as a very useful mood lens on the E-M1..






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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    What is really useful with this lens, as it was with Leica cameras, is that you can really isolate subjects at distance and get both foreground and background blur, and if shot at the larger apertures the sides go fuzzy too. My favourite aperture is around F2 where you get nice sharpness at the point you want..


    100% crop:



    It tightens up pretty well by F5.6 - not perfectly but useably: brick wall shot full size...

    And also, it is just plain fun!

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    Nice set Tim, particularly like the Country Lane

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    The Macro-Elmarit 45 arrived Friday evening, so I had to take it out for the Saturday morning walk and test it.
    Made a couple of photos along the way in the process that I liked... But I'll let you be the judge of that. :-)






























    Olympus E-M1 + Panasonic-Leica Macro-Elmarit-DG 45mm f/2.8 ASPH OIS

    Yes, the lens works fine, far as I can tell. :-)

    Thanks for looking! Comments always appreciated.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    The Violinist



    Olympus M1, 1/100th sec, ISO 2000
    Olympus mZuiko 45/1.8 at 1.8
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    From the Donna Nook seal sanctuary this morning...

    E-M1 + ZD 50-200mm f2.8-3.5
    1/500s f/4.0 at 200.0mm iso200


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