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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    32mm worth of the 14-35; quick shot, misty day, lens is used, new to me
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    second one, didn't notice the rain drops on the lens! until later
    this is a sharp one; no chance to play around with f/2 yet
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    Oly 75/1.8 - my brother and his puppy Sam


    Bij and Sam by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
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    The red heart



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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    The red heart

    http://www.klaweide.de/wp-content/up...rotes_Herz.jpg

    Olympus E-M1 + M.Zuiko 75 f1.8,noNR
    ISO200 @ f1.8, 1/160 second, 75 mm focal length
    Very interesting indeed! Like it a lot. :-)

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    Here is my favorite so far, have had the EM-1 for a week, still reading the manual and taking a few pics when I can find the time. This is with the old 14-54, works pretty well on the EM-1.


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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Hi There . . .

    Great shots here - Godfrey, I LOVE your details shots - Tim, just found my M adapter - I'll be playing1

    I've been away, having lots of fun, I'll post a few shots over the next day or so, mostly with the 12-40 and the 75-300.
    all of these are all with the 12-40 except the last one - exif should be intact.


    Prickles and clouds


    Desert Landscape


    Living Dangerously


    Seagull and Bottom


    With respect to the last shot - I'm not sure whether it was worth it, but I'm pretty certain there isn't another camera which would have caught this moment at 320mm just as I intended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    I'm pretty certain there isn't another camera which would have caught this moment at 320mm just as I intended.

    Shy bird, discretely averting gaze.....

    Looks like you are having fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmoore View Post
    Shy bird, discretely averting gaze.....

    Looks like you are having fun!

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    I like to think that gull thought "hey, was that a worm passing by ?'
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    I like to think that gull thought "hey, was that a worm passing by ?'
    Reminds me of this shot:


    "How do you breathe out of that little thing?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by etrigan63 View Post
    Reminds me of this shot:

    "How do you breathe out of that little thing?"

    Excellent Carlos

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    Riding the Squall



    Olympus M1 1/5000 sec, ISO 200
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    Excellent Carlos
    Glad I made you laugh, Jono.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    A vary rare portrait of my youngest daughter, growing up fast now!

    Taken under very poor light, but using my best portrait lens... which with focus peaking on the E-M1 is now even more of an effortless pleasure.

    E-M1 + Hexanon 57mm f1.2
    1/125s f/2.8 iso1250


    Kind regards

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    HI Brian
    I'm quite jealous - can't do daughters, but I can do grand-daughters!
    here is Scarlett with her Dad:



    She has a way to go before she's as self possessed as your daughter, but she's a sparkly girl, already.

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    LOL! No daughters or granddaughters around these parts. There's a niece, but I'll not see her til next year. You two are posing a subject challenge! ;-)

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    Never thought I'd have a daughter, but here's Isabella; she'll be 2 months old on Tuesday:


    Isabella - 2 months old by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
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    Here is my EM1 with 12-40 kit lens, not too shabby. The camera is extremely forgiving and easy to use!! It captures images without any effort what so ever



    All in camera developed RAW, cropped in camera!
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    Brian: which adapter are you using with the Hexanon lens? . . . I've been thinking about picking up a Hexanon 57mm f1.2 for quite awhile.

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    Can do grand-son.
    He and my EM-5 with kit lens arrived at exactly the same time!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by httivals View Post
    Brian: which adapter are you using with the Hexanon lens? . . . I've been thinking about picking up a Hexanon 57mm f1.2 for quite awhile.
    I've got a Fotasy KONICA-M4/3 adapter, pretty good quality for the price...
    Link to rainbowimaging website

    Unfortunately, there's an annoying, small amount of play when I focus the lens, so I'd really like to find an alternative which has the locking tab sized perfectly.

    Any suggestions for a better adapter supplier out there?

    Kind regards

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    I've got a Fotasy KONICA-M4/3 adapter, pretty good quality for the price...
    Link to rainbowimaging website

    Unfortunately, there's an annoying, small amount of play when I focus the lens, so I'd really like to find an alternative which has the locking tab sized perfectly.

    Any suggestions for a better adapter supplier out there?

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    Is it rotational play or a looseness in the mount? If the latter, you can tighten up the springs yourself with a flat blade jeweller's screwdriver. Just unmount the lens and pry the spring tabs in the adapter down a little bit until the lens snaps in tight.
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    Thanks Carlos, unfortunately it's rotational play.

    I suppose that by tightening the spring fit, the lens would be less likely to rotate when focusing... It's only a fraction of a millimetre until it hits the locking tabs but I can feel it every time I reverse the focusing direction as I'm focusing.

    I'll give it a go and report back whether it works, worth a try!

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    Natures Carpet



    Olympus M1 1/2000th sec, ISO 200, -1/3 e/v
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    Well, tightening the springs has helped a little. Thanks for the tip!

    Brian

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    I was using the Zuiko 11-22 (4/3 lens) on my new E-M1 last week while getting to know some pretty nice airplanes. First a T-6G, 1940s air force advanced trainer:





    only jpegs so far. I will replace these with rendered-from-RAW as soon as possible, as highlights lost some details. The 11-22 focuses pretty easily now.
    And here's the King Air (a small one C99, about 30 years old) that a friend flies:



    A modern addition in the King Air's cockpit (left side) is cupholders:



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    just an observation but...
    having a cupholder over a switch panel is looking for trouble

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    who needs an info on fuel ?? Experienced pilots do feel the right level :=)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kweide View Post
    who needs an info on fuel ?? Experienced pilots do feel the right level :=)
    There have been plenty of counter examples to that popular belief. The last two planes I flew had pretty inaccurate fuel gauges, so there is no substitute to putting a stick in the tank before starting, and paying attention to the duration of the flight. The T-6 can carry 140 gallons of 100 octane gas, and go thru it in as little as two hours. It has a 9-cylinder 600 hp radial engine inside that big round nose.



    The next step up, a T-26, is twice as big but much easier to fly (I'm told), has two rows of nine cylinders each and burns gas twice as fast.



    But the point of it all is to get up in the air where things do look and feel different:



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    Marvelous scene, and lovely planes. I always love to fly ... when flying is not sitting in a sardine can that chugs through the sky like a bus.

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    captured this today with the EM1 and matching 12-40 kit lens, cropped and edited RAW in camera.



    I am most impressed with the focus speed and accuracy with this combo. This camera is sooo easy to use compared to my Sony Nex 5n...
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    Not my usual kind of photo, but I was up early this morning, doing something in the kitchen, and all of a sudden there was a light as if the buildings across the way had been lit on fire. I figured I should take a snap and find it interesting …



    Olympus E-M1 + ZD 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5 ED
    ISO 200 @ f/3.5 @ 1/100 @ 22mm

    The moment only lasted about 90 seconds or so, but that old star lit it up nice out there.
    Thanks for looking.

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    Need finally to add one shot today - one sunny day after several weeks of fog, rain and meanwhile also snow.

    This is with EM1 plus 12-40, which turns out to be a wonderful and amazing combination ....
    Life is an ever changing journey
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    Phew! Well, I'm back I've spent a couple of days playing with a Sony A7r - just took it back to the shop this morning (not for me).

    The first two shots are with the 75 f1.8, the last one is with the 75-300 (mk1) .


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    snapshots from the not so mean streets of Los Angeles... mainly 17/1.8.... definately missing RAW support in Aperture !!!















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    Fantastic Kevin
    So many great shots. My favourite is the guy with the orange shoes. As for the Aperture support, I couldn't agree more. Can't you MAKE it happen?

    I hope you and Cam are flourishing?

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    yes the limited support for RAW on third party apps is particularly annoying for the EM1. Currently I can either use a simple RAW converter called UFRAW to process ORD to PPM, or JPG, or I can use the more preferable Aftershot pro to process EM1 ORF only after I retag the EXIF to be a EP1 or EPL5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Fantastic Kevin
    So many great shots. My favourite is the guy with the orange shoes. As for the Aperture support, I couldn't agree more. Can't you MAKE it happen?

    I hope you and Cam are flourishing?
    thanks jono

    we are doing fine.... got the great turkey fest aka Thanksgiving tomorrow... then on Friday we are off to Maui for a week.... its a tough job but somebody has to do it!!!

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    I have just learned from a LA paparazzi friend on another forum, that the guy in the second shot is actually a fellow paparazzi!!!

    its a small world....

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    first time i've see the business end of my kitchen in the morning light for some time; as usually i'm leaving in the dark






    oly 4/3 14-35, still getting used to camera...
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    been working on this place; yes, it rotates
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    worker shooting gunnite for a swimming pool, a nasty job


    more typical use for the 14-35
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    ....... a fellow paparazzi!!!



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    Last time I snapped a pap he wasn't best pleased
    Rather hypocritical I thought!



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    He's just posing in the way most of his subjects feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    He's just posing in the way most of his subjects feel.

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    its less saleable, and more limited distribution possibilities
    he does this because he doesnt really want to be a known face as much as possible

    thats why

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    M1 Bathroom



    Olympus M1, 1/25th sec , ISO 200
    Olympus Zuiko SHG 7-14/4, f/4.5 at 7mm
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    My friends hosted a fine dinner for yesterday's holiday. Wonderful time!

    I photographed the event with both the Olympus E-M1 and with the Polaroid Spectra. Here are the photos:



    Click the photo above to get to the Flickr set of 30 photos.

    A wonderful day: great folks, fantastic food… Much to be thankful for! :-)

    Comments always appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    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


    bramble
    File name: _A210178.jpg
    File size: 381655 bytes (1200x800, 3.2bpp, 8x)
    EXIF Summary: 1/125s f/2.8 ISO3200 60mm

    Camera-Specific Properties:

    Equipment Make: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
    Camera Model: E-M1
    Camera Software: Aperture 3.4.5
    Photographer: Jonathan Slack
    Maximum Lens Aperture: f/2.8

    ------------------------------------------------------

    So the E-M1 isn't much of a step up in terms of noise handling? At least that looks about the same as the GH2 and OMD at 3200 - or maybe even a little noisier. What's your experience so far?
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Quote Originally Posted by Godfrey View Post
    My friends hosted a fine dinner for yesterday's holiday. Wonderful time!

    I photographed the event with both the Olympus E-M1 and with the Polaroid Spectra. Here are the photos:



    Click the photo above to get to the Flickr set of 30 photos.

    A wonderful day: great folks, fantastic food… Much to be thankful for! :-)

    Comments always appreciated.
    Very nice shot, and, with brussels sprouts in it, it has to be a favorite of mine !
    E-M1/GH2/G1 Full Spectrum & lots of lenses
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/f6cvalk...th/9226689839/
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