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    The glow of tubes. Attended an audiophile meeting today. ISO 6400 - Lit primarily by the tubes themselves.



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    A couple of shots taken today with the Contax G 45 f/2 on the OMD. Nice being able to hand hold at base ISO in dim lighting without having to resort to autoISO.



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    Fun with bulb exposure:


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    A series with the Contax 100-300mm. Most everything shot in the 250-275mm range at f/4.5.












    I am finding that in the 200-300mm range, the lowest shutter speed handheld for me is about 1/200 without getting microblur. So what is that?........about a two stop advantage with the IBIS? Whatever it is, it has made a sizable difference in the way I use this lens.

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    Hi Rich
    Sounds like my use of the R 80-200
    There's shots are lovely,especially like the horse. Excellent!

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    One more from the local gorge walk. I liked the contrast between the sharp angles and lines in the gorge walls and smooth curves and surfaces in the stream bedrock. Contax G 45mm f/2 on OMD.

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    A brief break in the weather this evening:



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    I like that Mike, but what is the horizontal line running through the photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn View Post
    I like that Mike, but what is the horizontal line running through the photo?
    Thanks Glenn. Fortunately not a cracked sensor - simply a telegraph wire that I was too lazy to remove

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    Thanks Glenn. Fortunately not a cracked sensor - simply a telegraph wire that I was too lazy to remove

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    Ah, I thought I might have a cracked monitor!!

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    Love the church shot Mike - you're really making that camera sing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Love the church shot Mike - you're really making that camera sing!

    all the best
    Thanks Jono, I'm really enjoying it. It would be even better if I could get to the bottom of my battery issues....140 shots max per charge on each of 2 x Oly batteries. I did read a report of a charger problem, so I'm hoping a new charger from my dealer will solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    It would be even better if I could get to the bottom of my battery issues....140 shots max per charge on each of 2 x Oly batteries. I did read a report of a charger problem, so I'm hoping a new charger from my dealer will solve the problem.
    Hey Mike,

    Same here - after 150 shots or so the battery is depleted even with modest chimping.
    Somewhere Jono mentioned getting over 600 shots from one charge !
    Luckily I've got two batteries now, but still the yield per battery is poor.

    Where did you read about the possible charger problem ?


    Thanks and all the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hey Mike,

    Same here - after 150 shots or so the battery is depleted even with modest chimping.
    Somewhere Jono mentioned getting over 600 shots from one charge !
    Luckily I've got two batteries now, but still the yield per battery is poor.

    Where did you read about the possible charger problem ?


    Thanks and all the best.
    Hi Bart - and Mike as well.

    I've just been checking - I took it with one battery to the pink lady tractor run, and the first shot is 3308, the last shot is 3944 . . . sounds like 636 - but it hadn't run out - it went on charge then. Worth noting that a lot was shot with Leica R lenses, in fast batches of photos without too much chimping.

    Since then at Latitude festival I used it all weekend - I only shot around 300 shots, but the camera was on a lot of the time over 3 days and it was still showing full charge at the end.

    Something's wrong somewhere (let's hope it's the charger!) Just recently I actually got a 3rd party Expro charger because I couldn't get another Olympus battery - that charger seems to charge Olympus batteries quite okay.

    Mind you - 150 shots a day seems to me to be 50 too many (I plead guilty on numerous occasions!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hey Mike,

    Same here - after 150 shots or so the battery is depleted even with modest chimping.
    Somewhere Jono mentioned getting over 600 shots from one charge !
    Luckily I've got two batteries now, but still the yield per battery is poor.

    Where did you read about the possible charger problem ?


    Thanks and all the best.
    Hi Bart, I did a search online and found someone on some vague forum with the same problem. He sent the camera back initially and Olympus could find nothing wrong with it. Then on a whim he tried another charger and it cured the problem.

    I've borrowed a generic charger from my dealer whilst mine is being exchanged. Interestingly, last night my battery died in-camera, but when I put it into the generic charger it showed an approx 50% charge, and was fully charged in less than an hour....

    I'll let you know how it goes, but so far I'm convinced it's the charger....famous last words!

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    It's not art, but then the title of the forum is Fun with the Olympus OMD. Besides, this flower looks about the way I feel.

    Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I've just been checking - I took it with one battery to the pink lady tractor run, and the first shot is 3308, the last shot is 3944 . . . sounds like 636 - but it hadn't run out - it went on charge then. Worth noting that a lot was shot with Leica R lenses, in fast batches of photos without too much chimping.
    Hi there Jono,

    using mainly R-lenses could very well explain the higher rate !
    After all there is no AF motor to engage and I was using the Panasonics 14-140 and 100-300 ...
    Makes perfectly sense to me.
    Now let's see what Mike can tell us about that charger report he mentioned.

    Oh - always good to have you around

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MGrayson View Post
    It's not art, but then the title of the forum is Fun with the Olympus OMD. Besides, this flower looks about the way I feel.
    Hey Matt,

    pretty flower nonetheless, but what's bothering you ?

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hey Matt,

    pretty flower nonetheless, but what's bothering you ?

    All the best.
    I agree, nice flower, but obviously, just like I am, he's feeling a bit shredded!

    all the best

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    Hi there Jono,

    using mainly R-lenses could very well explain the higher rate !
    After all there is no AF motor to engage and I was using the Panasonics 14-140 and 100-300 ...
    Makes perfectly sense to me.
    Now let's see what Mike can tell us about that charger report he mentioned.

    Oh - always good to have you around

    All the best.
    The R lenses might explain it . . . but there was lots of IBIS work going on, and at least half the shots were with the 12-50 (not one of the longer lenses).

    Right now time to go out and shoot 300 photos would be good!

    I'll be interested to see how Mike gets on with his generic charger as well (mine seems to work fine, and it was really cheap).

    all the best
    . . . and it's good to have you around as well - always a calm, unassuming, wry and intelligent asset to any photographic discussion (it's a kind of compliment you know - I hear they can be terribly effective )

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    Playing with the EM5 + olympus 45mm at f2.8 to get a nice background blur. The dendrobrium orchid was in my conservatory and the background is the garden seen through the conservatory window. I really like using this combo for shallow DOF images

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    Two from Brittany/France. The light there and the colors are beautiful.


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    Downtown Seattle and Lake Union from Gasworks Park; and, some people enjoying the day, on and off the lake.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hey Matt,

    pretty flower nonetheless, but what's bothering you ?

    All the best.
    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    I agree, nice flower, but obviously, just like I am, he's feeling a bit shredded!

    all the best
    Exactly. New equipment is always fun, but has the flip-side of feeling clumsy and inartistic (is that a word?) while it becomes familiar.

    Best,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post

    I'll be interested to see how Mike gets on with his generic charger as well (mine seems to work fine, and it was really cheap).

    ffective )
    I'm using a generic charger and two batteries also and they are working just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diane B View Post
    I'm using a generic charger and two batteries also and they are working just fine.

    Diane
    Diane, I see the ads for the generic battery and charger specify that the generic batteries are not compatible with the OEM charger. Does the OEM battery charge in your generic charger? If so, can you show us which one you are using? I don't want to keep track of which battery goes with which charger. I'm ok with using the generic charger with all my batteries, especially if the charger has the fold-out prongs (I hope).

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    Tom. this is the link for the charger and 2 batteries I bought on ebay. It was recommended by someone who had done some testing and found it safe. What do I know about batteries (except for many years Ive used 3rd party plus OEM batteries in DSLRs and my m4/3s too)? LOL.

    The charger plugs right into wall so great for travel and it says specifically in the charger fits Oly BLN-1 and it does.

    Hope this helps.

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    Old "Tabią" decorated with flowers, Dolomiti, in the north east of Italy.

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    First is with the 45mm which I picked up today (they had the 75mm but I walked away ). Second is the kit lens which I'm really enjoying for its versatility:





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    There seemed to have been a bit of theme in the past on the subject of local walks, usually when the cat refuses to co-operate anymore as a model.
    Accordingly here we have 'Big Creek', and I'll confess there's been a bit of HDR massage.



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    Beautiful posts, everybody. Harbor Island and back at Lake Union and the Gasworks Park.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tom in mpls View Post
    Diane, I see the ads for the generic battery and charger specify that the generic batteries are not compatible with the OEM charger. Does the OEM battery charge in your generic charger? If so, can you show us which one you are using? I don't want to keep track of which battery goes with which charger. I'm ok with using the generic charger with all my batteries, especially if the charger has the fold-out prongs (I hope).
    I label my batteries so i can keep track of age and rotation anyway so keeping track of which goes in which charger is very easy. I am currently using one OEM and two aftermarket batteries (not by choice) but find that carrying a second charger is not an issue and provides the benefit of being able to charge two batteries at the same time. The connection issue with the OEM charger I solved with one of the little Apple folding prong/figure 8 charging block adapters, which is smaller than a battery...in storage, it nests neatly into the battery slot in the OEM charger!

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    Close-up fun with the E-M5 and Micro-Nikkor 200/4





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    Lots of lovely shots around
    time to shoot is sparse!
    Here are a couple from the last day or so:

    Saul Needs A Shave

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    Lots of lovely shots around
    time to shoot is sparse!
    Here are a couple from the last day or so:

    Saul Needs A Shave

    45mm f1.8 at 4000 ISO
    What a fantastic portrait, Jono. Reminds me of b/w films of old

    sometimes you worry me: why is time sparse ?

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    What a fantastic portrait, Jono. Reminds me of b/w films of old

    sometimes you worry me: why is time sparse ?

    All the best.
    Thank you Bart
    . . time is sparse because I have so many things to do . . . which is pretty lucky I guess

    Why does it worry you?

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    Probably just wants to see more photos, Jono.

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    What a fantastic portrait, Jono. Reminds me of b/w films of old
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Why does it worry you?
    Well, for instance if my bank balance is healthy enough ...

    But no, I'd rather see you take care of yourself.
    You seem to be always busy of late.
    People start talking you know ...

    All the best
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    Venice in the Evening - I will admit to more than a little work being done on the photo. However a testament to the stabilization in the camera. I am sure I leaned against something, but still...

    1.6 seconds at 2.8 with the 25 1.4


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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!






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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    A couple with 45/2.8

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Here's another couple I took in the garden today - still using the kit 12-50 while I wait for my mount adapters. I know these aren't anywhere near as good as most of the shots you guys are putting up but I'm enjoying taking them. Hope I'm not boring anyone...







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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
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    First proper day shooting with the 45mm:









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