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    An example of the EM5 with a sigma 400 f5.6 attached via the Kipon EOS to M4/3rd adapter. Grey sky (what else in the UK at the moment) and at fair range its one of the many small craft that fly into our local Hurn Airport.

    Wide open, ISO 200 with 1/2000th sec shutter, cropped to around 1400pix on the longest side. I can't wait to get some sun to really give this combo a work out

    Hand-held by the way

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    panasonic 100-300


    pentax 50/1.2
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    First, I apologize for all the bricks in this post. From now on, nothing but cats and newsprint. I promise!

    Well, the 75-300 is NOT an easy lens to use, but then, I've rarely gone past 200mm on FF. One problem is that it's difficult to tell poor optics from atmospheric disturbance. Looking at the bricks in a wall is one thing. A brick wall a kilometer distant on a hot day is another. I took out a 60 power spotting scope and looked via eyeball and, sure enough, the wall looked like someone had applied excessive noise reduction. Digital artifacts are leaking into reality?

    Here is the building about a kilometer away at 75mm.



    And here is a 100% crop (unsharpened) at 300mm. RAW, processed in Aperture. Yes, it was 1/200 second, but IBIS is supposed to be good for at least 10 stops, right?

    But I swear, that very distinct smearing on the right hand column is visible through the spotting scope.


    --Matt

    Interesting Addendum: The smearing is MUCH worse on a tripod (Gitzo 3-series and Cube). IBIS turned off, 2 second delay. I guess the flexibility of the system is too much for 600mm effective, and hand-holding and IBIS works better! I've read that it's hard to get sharp 600mm shots even with good equipment and decent technique, so I'm not expecting miracles here.
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    12-50mm - On Vanderbilt Ave. on my way back from picking up my Milich grip from John at his shop. (The latest version with the textured, slightly beefier grip.) This is a really sweet addition to my OMD. Makes it feel much more natural in my hand.

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    Messing with the OM-D + AfterShot Pro


    Porch Light by Carlos Echenique, on Flickr
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    Searching for inspiration..
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Interesting Addendum: The smearing is MUCH worse on a tripod (Gitzo 3-series and Cube). IBIS turned off, 2 second delay. I guess the flexibility of the system is too much for 600mm effective, and hand-holding and IBIS works better! I've read that it's hard to get sharp 600mm shots even with good equipment and decent technique, so I'm not expecting miracles here.
    HI There Matt - on the other hand, that day you unexpectedly see a group of fox cubs playing, or a deer in the early morning mist, then you can probably put up with a slightly less than perfect image!

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    HI There Matt - on the other hand, that day you unexpectedly see a group of fox cubs playing, or a deer in the early morning mist, then you can probably put up with a slightly less than perfect image!

    all the best
    Hi Jono,

    I was about to delete my previous post, as it looks like everyone on this thread has moved well past resolving bricks on distant walls as a measure of photographic worth. Indeed, the "remote macro" capability as shown a few posts back with the 100-300 is mightily suggestive of better applications.

    I'll have a few weeks on a nice quiet lake. We'll see how the loons do at sunset. Of course, I'll keep my eyes open for fox cubs, too.

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    The Panasonic 100-300 @300 with IBIS only works reasonably well.
    Following is a test shot, developed in LR4 with default setting and two 100% crops of the same.
    Sorry but the bricks are mandatory in this case.



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    Ario,

    A mathematician was once asked what would happen if an inconsistency were ever found in mathematics (something like 1 = 2, which would immediately imply that all statements were both true and false). The famous response: "It would just go to show how useful an inconsistent system can be."

    As Jono says above, the same is true of imperfect lenses.

    --Matt
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    OM-D just arrived.
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    Congratulations, like to know what you think about this camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by manouch shirzad View Post
    Congratulations, like to know what you think about this camera.
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    Hi Manouch,

    The capabilities are inspiring. My daughter was in a performance today, and I took this with a slow zoom (Oly 75-300). This is 171mm, 1/125 sec, f/5.9, ISO 3200:



    That's 171 REAL millimeters, or 342 FAKE millimeters, and no cropping. I could not have done that with the M9

    Of course, a modern high-end Nikon or Canon could do it, but this is such a small, reasonably inexpensive package. Well, inexpensive except that I am rapidly acquiring lenses.

    Handling is delightful, although I still get lost in the (truly terrible) UI and keep hitting random buttons until I get back to a familiar screen.

    Next experiment: parnoramas.

    Best,

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    still exploring the boundaries of sanity using this lovely little camera, this time with the oly 75-300 on the front.
    Looking for test subjects I spotted a fly on a Passion Flower growing on our Arbour and took a few quick shots in SAF / aperture priority mode with the focus point reduced to minimal size.
    This image is as cropped to aorund 970 pixels on the longest side.
    It won't replace a proper macro lens but its not a bad showing for a hand-held shot at 215mm FL (effective 430mm FOV in 35mm terms)

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    Still playing with the pentax 50/1.2

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    A few snaps from a recent trip to Ottawa. OMD with the 14-42 kit lens.









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    Question for Jono

    Hi Jono,

    I've been admiring your photos from the OMD, A77 & K-5.

    Could you give us your sense of these cameras compared to one another?
    If you were to choose only one which would it be?

    Thanks for your insight...
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    A few shots taken today at the dragon boat festival. OMD with Contax G 90mm f/2.8 Sonnar.





    There was also a little hula dancing at the festival.



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    Kit lens at the River Severn, between England and Wales:



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    Back to my usual genre. Sincere apologies for the cliche in the last one!







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    Mike,

    I love La Baguette!

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    I just returned from a two week vacation in Italy. I took the OM-D, the 12-50, 25 1.4 and the 45. The 45 never came out of my bag even though I love that focal length. The other two just seemed more suitable for vacation snaps. I'll post a few as I get to processing them.

    Three from Milan.







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    that 2nd shot of the glass roof is stunning (the others are pretty darned good too )

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    A few shots taken today at the dragon boat festival. OMD with Contax G 90mm f/2.8 Sonnar.


    Carl....I keep forgetting how sharp this lens is. Nice capture.

    I am still waiting for mine to come back from the conversion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Carl....I keep forgetting how sharp this lens is. Nice capture.

    I am still waiting for mine to come back from the conversion.

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    Thanks Rich. I still haven't sent my lenses in for conversion, but planning on doing that. A real joy to use that 90 on the OMD with IBIS. Should be even better in an M mount.
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    Brian & Carl

    Thanks, Jim

    ** Carl, Great shots with the Contax 90

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    Lake Como Sunset


    20120703-P7030046_tonemapped by jmmtampa

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    Just love the 14 - 140 on the OMD

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    The first time that I had the OM-D in the studio ...

    Shooting in a workshop setting with a model that was not really my style in a posing setting that I really don't like, but the studio owner needed a spot filled due to a last minute cancel, and I got a deal .... such a rough life ...

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12635071/P7120792.jpg
    ( No Naughty bits hanging out, but still NSFW )

    The full set can be found at:

    http://www.private.jonesii.net/2012%...rah/index.html

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    This was under hot lights, and not at all what I shoot normally, the 25/45/9-18 trio did a really good job. Way fun shooting with such a light rig. IQ is at least as good as if not better than D300 with good Nikon glass. However, the P30+ is in a different league!



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    A few from the Trip to Zushi yesterday with the new 75mm lens.







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    Quote Originally Posted by cjlacz View Post
    A few from the Trip to Zushi yesterday with the new 75mm lens.


    Beautiful.......I want this lens.

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    I agree - on both counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Beautiful.......I want this lens.

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    I agree - on both counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    +3
    Thanks for the nice comments. I've never shot with a lens at this length and fast aperture, so still trying to figure it out. I'm not a bokeh person, but you've got to try it out if you get this lens.

    Only the first photo is at 1.8. The others in order are 2.8, 2.5 and 4. You can still get a decent blurred background even at some higher settings. These were with the OM-D, at on a bright day at the beach ISO 200 and 1/4000s of a second isn't always fast enough to get 1.8, but I could of dropped all of these a little over a stop looking at the shutter speeds.

    It really is a beautiful lens. Sometimes it seems to have a little problem focusing, but that was at the festival a couple nights ago, very very dark. I did buy the hood too. I didn't realize it was so much until I got home, but it's solid metal and feels like it would protect the lens better than a screw in one. I like it and it's old school feel. I've been using it without the grip just fine, but I can see where you may want it. I'll try to post some more, but probably nothing like the girl at the moment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    Mike,

    I love La Baguette!

    --Matt
    Thanks Matt!

    Jim - beautiful sunset.

    Charles - superb images.

    Here's one from today, trying for a little less DOF with the 35mm Summicron ASPH:



    And another, stopped down a bit:



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    Panasonic 7-14mm

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    Canna leaf with the OMD and Konica AR 50mm f/1.7. Vignetting was applied in post.

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    Charles, that 75/1.8 looks great.
    Carl, Konica seems sharp with good contest.
    Glenn, where is that?
    Mike, Like #2 especially.

    Still loving the OM-D kit lens.

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    Glenn, where is that?
    It's Onich, near Fort William, last night.

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    Very nice Glenn, I thought it was Scotland but couldn't place it.
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    Took the family and OMD to Fenway for Yankees-Red Sox

    View from our seats through the Pana 14/2.5:


    P7070249 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr

    Taken from the same location with the Pana [email protected]:


    P7070222 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr


    P7070073 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
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    Hanged out with the neighbors today and caught a nice moment of her and her daughter. Shot with PL25 with ND-filter and some cropping:
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    Very nice Glenn, I thought it was Scotland but couldn't place it.
    Thanks David and thanks for all the likes, here's another from the same shoot, with legacy Olympus OM Zuiko 100mm f2.8:

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Lovely shots everyone.
    More later - in haste now. However, my OMD was put through it's paces over the weekend - a whole' day's rain and mud, with it and the P 12-35 slung over a wet shoulder - then nights in a steamy humid tent.

    All went well - more pictures later, but we did have fun!






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    + 1 million
    + 1 million and one - great shot too Charles. I keep saying i don't want it . . . then i do!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amin View Post
    Taken from the same location with the Pana [email protected]:


    P7070073 by Amin Sabet, on Flickr
    HI Amin
    I think this is really telling - most of the photogs at Latitude hand D3s or D700s, many with the Nikon 200-400 zoom . . . what a huge package to carry around all day! Their only advantage I can see would have been much better C-AF (important for sport, but not so much for other events).


    incidentally, did you find it better focusing with S_AF rather than continuous?
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    Quote Originally Posted by djonesii View Post
    The first time that I had the OM-D in the studio ...

    Shooting in a workshop setting with a model that was not really my style in a posing setting that I really don't like, but the studio owner needed a spot filled due to a last minute cancel, and I got a deal .... such a rough life ...

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/12635071/P7120792.jpg
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    This was under hot lights, and not at all what I shoot normally, the 25/45/9-18 trio did a really good job. Way fun shooting with such a light rig. IQ is at least as good as if not better than D300 with good Nikon glass. However, the P30+ is in a different league!



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    HI There Dave
    That was an invigorating view on a Monday lunchtime!
    Hard to tell with small, web based images. It just bears out the general view which seems to be developing that the OMD with the 43 glass gets the job done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Lovely shots everyone.
    More later - in haste now. However, my OMD was put through it's paces over the weekend - a whole' day's rain and mud, with it and the P 12-35 slung over a wet shoulder - then nights in a steamy humid tent.

    All went well - more pictures later, but we did have fun!






    all the best
    Looks like you had to Slurry up to get the shots, sorry Worth it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    It's Onich, near Fort William, last night.
    Wonderful. Lots of drama, power and beauty. Let me guess, though; the sailboat was only 50m away???

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Looks like fun being in England, Jono. Unfortunately, on my recent visit to your somewhat humid island, although I recognise the weather, I didn't see anybody who dressed like the people in your photos. I guess it was some special occasion then

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