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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMad View Post
    I got given a bunch of Pentax lenses recently one of which is a Sigma 600mm mirror lens and decided to couple it with a 2x converter and take my first moon shot (of course). Effective focal length = 2400mm @f16. The OOC image was very soft so I boosted clarity/contrast in LR4 - results are ok. At that focal length, one thing I learned is that the moon moves a lot faster than you think!

    Perhaps next time worth trying a higher ISO (800-1000) and so achieve a faster shutter speed.
    Still, pretty amazing at 2400mm !

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    Perhaps next time worth trying a higher ISO (800-1000) and so achieve a faster shutter speed.
    Still, pretty amazing at 2400mm !
    You know, I didn't even think of that! I'm so used to leaving my ISO set either at 200 or on Auto most of the time and I was excited that I finally got my lens adapter I just totally forgot everything about taking the photo!

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    This winter seems to go on forever ...
    This morning, a new cover of fresh snow opened opportunities for some moody pictures at sunrise ...







    All with E-M5 and Kilfitt Panosoft 110/2.8 with the f4 insert

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    Some snaps from the park today.











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    These two taken with my new (old) Sigma 28mm f/2.8 (PK mount). Pretty impressed with this little lens - both shots were pretty good OOC but I've obviously done some fairly heavy PP on both of these images:



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    20mm f/1.7:



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    I find this very funny, Mike !


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    Some fun at night with the OM-D E-M5 and PanaLeica Summilux 25/1.4. ISO 1600.


    Puppy pram by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr


    Pun by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr


    Senorita by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr


    Roleplay by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr


    Ice cream store dog by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    Enjoy!
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    Roxy the Wuffstuff Airedale.

    E-M5 and 45/1.8. Lit with remote FL-36R plus stofen, at 45 degrees RHS.

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    Izzy. She's a Border terrier and is the other Wuffstuff.com dog. E-M5 with Summilux 45/1.8.

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    Tried my luck with 'birding in the polder', but found it not so easy to get really good shots.
    Although I'm not unhappy with the results, they're not tack sharp.
    Moreover, those darn birds are very skittish
    Oh well, I suppose I need to go out more often and so get more practice ...





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    A few seconds apart...


    Little Bay 3_2 - s by peterb666, on Flickr


    Waving in Little Bay - s by peterb666, on Flickr

    Olympus OM-D E-M5 and 12-50mm zoom.
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    Boats and monorails


    The Setting Sun - s by peterb666, on Flickr


    Darling Harbour Monorail - s by peterb666, on Flickr
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    Will Spring finally be the winner ???



    E-M5 with Nikkor 20mm/3.5-UD

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    Taken yesterday on Exmoor, Devon, England. E-M5 and 45/1.8.

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    Hi There
    We just got our new puppy yesterday . . . she's a Pyrenean Sheepdog (just like Caspar), but she's going to be dark grey (perhaps!).

    She is very self possessed, she seems to have taken over the kitchen already:


    Looking noble in the garden



    It's the warmest place for a snooze (in front of the AGA)
    both with the 35-100 panasonic

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    I came looking for just this--Caspar's new playmate. She is a darling pup and I can't wait to see pics of her and Caspar as she gets oriented into the clan.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Welcome back Jono......I haven't seen you around any of your usual forum haunts just lately! Beautiful puppy, she looks adorable but don't they all at that age!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi There
    We just got our new puppy yesterday . . . she's a Pyrenean Sheepdog (just like Caspar), but she's going to be dark grey (perhaps!).

    She is very self possessed, she seems to have taken over the kitchen already:
    Matty is adorable ! But seems more timid and docile to me, not a raging whirlwind like Caspar.
    Or could that still change, I wonder ...
    And is this the calm before the storm ?


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    Matty is adorable ! But seems more timid and docile to me, not a raging whirlwind like Caspar.
    Or could that still change, I wonder ...
    And is this the calm before the storm ?


    All the best.
    Hi Bart
    Well, she is certainly calm, but timid and docile she definitely isn't. Caspar is trying to keep her at arms length with grumpy noises, but she just isn't worried. Even the vacuum cleaner was interesting rather than frightening.
    So, Yes, the calm before the storm I'd guess!

    My OMD has gone back to Olympus as it had the cracked screw holes on the LCD - it'll be a couple of weeks, so I'm going to have to catch the little darling with manual focus (not an easy task!)

    all the best
    love your polder shots.

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    Jono, lovely puppy.

    OMD cracked screw holes - is this a common problem or as a result of some damage?

    For some reason I thought you had a pair of OMDs. - No, I am thinking of Dave Simmonds perhaps?

    Did you take a lot of gear to China?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Bart
    Well, she is certainly calm, but timid and docile she definitely isn't. Caspar is trying to keep her at arms length with grumpy noises, but she just isn't worried. Even the vacuum cleaner was interesting rather than frightening.
    So, Yes, the calm before the storm I'd guess!

    My OMD has gone back to Olympus as it had the cracked screw holes on the LCD - it'll be a couple of weeks, so I'm going to have to catch the little darling with manual focus (not an easy task!)

    all the best
    love your polder shots.
    Ha! Looks like good fun is about to happen !
    I recall the expressive and mad pictures of Caspar and Blue.

    Sorry about your OMD and I'd better check mine as well.

    Glad you liked the polder shots, that cold EASTERly wind was killing me.
    The lens draws beautifully and I love the colours too: but it's so bloody heavy.

    All the best.
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    I see a tiny sign of a crack starting on one screw hole on mine. Not sure if I will bother about it or not yet.
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    see Olympus - Service Announcements for info from Olympus on the cracked bezel matter (although the Olympus site is not working for me at the moment).

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Yes, I have also but only on one of my OM-D bodies. I have decided to leave it for a bit as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by marlof View Post
    see Olympus - Service Announcements for info from Olympus on the cracked bezel matter (although the Olympus site is not working for me at the moment).

    Thanks for the link, I'll read the service announcement and check my OMD tonight.
    Report back later.

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    Thanks, mine is in the serial number range affected. I will contact them after my holiday this year. There is only the tiniest ridge that I can feel with a finger nail on the bezel by the middle screw. I have slightly slackened the screws to relieve any stress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Ha! Looks like good fun is about to happen !
    I recall the expressive and mad pictures of Caspar and Blue.

    Sorry about your OMD and I'd better check mine as well.

    Glad you liked the polder shots, that cold EASTERly wind was killing me.
    The lens draws beautifully and I love the colours too: but it's so bloody heavy.

    All the best.
    What lens was that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Thanks, mine is in the serial number range affected. I will contact them after my holiday this year. There is only the tiniest ridge that I can feel with a finger nail on the bezel by the middle screw. I have slightly slackened the screws to relieve any stress.
    Hi There
    Mine was getting quite bad - so it seemed a good time to do it .
    I am missing it though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    Thanks, mine is in the serial number range affected. I will contact them after my holiday this year. There is only the tiniest ridge that I can feel with a finger nail on the bezel by the middle screw. I have slightly slackened the screws to relieve any stress.
    Mine's not in the serial range (silver model) and has a crack in the centre of the bezel running from the edge of the touch screen right to the middle screw. Think I'll contact Olympus Australia and see what they say... Thanks for the heads up.

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    The recent price drop with 200 and a 100 rebate solved a problem for me. I just bought a second e-M5 body, so I can send in the first one. Now I don't have to be without my favorite camera, and I get to have two identical camera bodies for my South Africa trip later this year. Happily , the new silver body is outside the range (even though that's no guarantee: I did notice some people experiencing this issue on cameras outside the range as well). The first black one fell in the range, and has tiny cracks running from the screw hole to the outside of the bezel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Thanks for the link, I'll read the service announcement and check my OMD tonight.
    Report back later.
    The affected range of serial numbers is:
    BEK501001 BEK508887 (black)
    BF4501001 BF4503865 (silver)

    Bummer, of course my silver body (BF45033xx) is just within the range ...
    Good news is I seem to have no cracks at all

    So for now, I can't be bothered ... :sleep006:

    All the best.
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    What lens was that?
    This lens, David ...


    Leica Vario-Apo-Elmarit-R 1:2.8/70-180

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    Very nice Bart!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    This lens, David ...


    Leica Vario-Apo-Elmarit-R 1:2.8/70-180

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    Gorgeous Bart. I'm very jealous. Now they're almost impossibly expensive. I'll stick to my humble (but much lighter) 80-200 f4

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Gorgeous Bart. I'm very jealous. Now they're almost impossibly expensive. I'll stick to my humble (but much lighter) 80-200 f4
    Yes, that not so humble 80-200/4.0 is lovely and light
    But I have the really lowly 70-210/4.0 as walk-around lens

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuffstuff View Post
    Taken yesterday on Exmoor, Devon, England. E-M5 and 45/1.8.

    I see grain and awefull contrast what ISO ???

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    M Zuiko 12/2 again:


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    Maggie, the 'Chicken Dinner' shot is an absolute classic, imho.

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    Some colour from today with the 12-50 kit lens:







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    Actually my Pen Lite E-PL5 with the 25/1.4 "Summilux" from PanaLeica. Stopped way down (4.0 to 8) for the bright sunshine at the beach. Spring's about over. The water's still a bit cold for swimming but the sand is warm. (Eat your hearts out, Minnesotans, but we will envy you come August.)





    Incidentally, the 25 makes lovely contrasty images, but there is a lot of uncorrected barrel distortion. The in camera jpegs on Olympus are corrected, but the information path from Panasonic to Olympus to Capture One is too long, so raw files when rendered don't yet fix this. It doesn't matter in most pictures (like the first one), but is really annoying when the sea horizon line tries to pretend that it shows the curvature of the earth. In the second picture above, however, the barrel distortion brings in the activity in the upper right corner a bit. I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    Maggie, the 'Chicken Dinner' shot is an absolute classic, imho.
    Thank you!!

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    Cronulla Rock Pool


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    Polder walk just north of Amsterdam, unfortunately the horizon is rather 'poluted' ...

















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    My niece's prom was last night, most with the Summilux 25/1.4 and a couple with the 12/2:


    Morgan, Prom night, April 06, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    My niece's prom was last night, most with the Summilux 25/1.4 and a couple with the 12/2:


    Taylor, Morgan, Hope and Rodney, Prom night, April 06, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr


    Shoes, Prom Night, April 06, 2013 by Maggie Osterberg, on Flickr
    Crikey - one pair seems to be missing! How did they do this ?


    All the best.
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    Taylor, the girl in the green was, oddly enough, the only one not wearing Chuck Taylors, so she jumped out of the photo!

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    Geisha



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    With the M Zuiko 17/1.8:


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