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    "To-may-to" or "to-mah-to"..pics 1,2: .OM-D with 45 macro-Elmarit...last pic with Olympus 45/1.8 wide open in weak light...remarkable!

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    HI Maggie
    I hope it goes really well.

    in the meantime - with the 35-100



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    Thanks, Jono!

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    Let me be the first to wish you all a Merry Christmas

    Again with the 35mm 'lux FLE:



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    tight view
    ( Yes, OMD makes studio work easy and comfortable )



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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    "To-may-to" or "to-mah-to"..pics 1,2: .OM-D with 45 macro-Elmarit...last pic with Olympus 45/1.8 wide open in weak light...remarkable!

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    Try this "Toe-mah-ten" and you're speaking Dutch ! No kidding !

    Pretty sharp pictures Roy and I hope the tomatoes taste as good as they look

    Kind regards.
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    Bart: we Bostonians pronounce them "tomayderrs".

    More leaves with the 60/2.8 Olympus macro lens...becoming the "leaf lens"...taken just before the lawn maintenance guys came and blew them all away...please forgive the repetition, but I think they make lovely, swirling images.

    Leaf me not into temptation...I will produce no more...beleaf me.

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    With the Oly 45





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    The Exchange, 35mm 'lux FLE:



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    HDR Fun from Antwerp, Belgium

    "Brabo"


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    The legend of Brabo that gave birth to this fountain is here :
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    The Exchange, 35mm 'lux FLE:



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    Mike , this is terrific. So Cartier-Bresson style photography!
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    Mike , this is terrific. So Cartier-Bresson style photography!
    Thank you Dave, if a little generous

    Two images taken within the last two days, which kind of sum up my two favourite genres....





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    Every Thursday trash from landscaping is put out for pick-up.
    45/1.8 Olympus lens on OM-D...flat light from overcast sky...another remarkable Olympus lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Every Thursday trash from landscaping is put out for pick-up.
    45/1.8 Olympus lens on OM-D...flat light from overcast sky...another remarkable Olympus lens.
    Hi Roy,

    it seems like you're having a ball with this 45/1.8 !
    I like this shot.

    Kind regards.

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    Thanks, Bart. There is a great array of outstanding lenses available for the OM-D...and the 45/1.8 should go right near the very top of the list...but I have been fooling with the 20/1.7 pancake and may have a contender for the top grouping.

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    Lovely shots
    Mike you're railing shot is tooooo good to be true - fantastic.
    Roy - I love the tomatoes (in England we can both spell and say it properly).

    I've been having fun with zoom lenses (trying to avoid buying the 75 f1.8). Here it's springtime!




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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Jono,
    Your photos don't show up on my monitor. Might be because they're not taken with the 75mm

    Edit: They finally decided to become visible. Is it the tiny, f/2.8 aperture that make them load slowly?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Jono,
    Your photos don't show up on my monitor. Might be because they're not taken with the 75mm

    Edit: They finally decided to become visible. Is it the tiny, f/2.8 aperture that make them load slowly?
    Hi Jorgen
    I did some side by side comparisons with the 45 f1.8 and the Elmarit 90 on the M9 today. . . . I'm afraid my resistance to the 75 is crumbling daily.

    Tell me I should wait for the black one!

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    The black will arrive soon. I enjoy the silver one. Its stellar, out of this world ...
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    here is one with the 45 f1.8



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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Hi Jorgen
    I did some side by side comparisons with the 45 f1.8 and the Elmarit 90 on the M9 today. . . . I'm afraid my resistance to the 75 is crumbling daily.

    Tell me I should wait for the black one!

    all the best
    The only problem I see with the 75mm is that the status of some of the old gods seems to be crumbling. The Zeiss 85/1.4 that I always carried with me when using m4/3 hasn't seen much use since the arrival of the Zuiko. The latter is just as nice as the Zeiss and much, much sharper wide open, not to mention more flare resistant etc. The 85 still works fine on the RX though, the Contax RX mind you

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Jono and Jorgen (as I write this you sound like twins!)

    The 75 mZuiko is a really good lens and yes Jono, I do have the silver copy on a black body as it improves the image quality immensely! The outfit then looks cr*p but it is always the image that counts for me!

    In fact the mZuiko primes are generally very good as are the two PanaLeica mFT prime lenses. Pity you weren't at Harrogate to hear the Panasonic lecture at the Fellowship meeting Jono as there was some very interesting info to be gleaned there about future Leica DG lenses.
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    Well, I always rather liked silver lenses on black bodies. . . . .
    I'm finding it terribly difficult to resist . . . .

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    Okay Okay Okay - so I cracked.
    WEX photographic was only a 10 minute drive from the filling station. . . and they had one in stock (it's a dangerous place to live!).

    I will post snaps later.

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    HI There
    So . . . . even as I bought the lens the sun went in and the wind turned to gale force proportions. We walked to the pub (Matty's first trip) the dust from the fields was blowing in great clouds, and then it started to rain. . . . just what one would expect having bought a new lens. . . . . . . . still, I did get a couple of snaps

    I think they were all shot at f1.8 (it was dark) with my lovely shiny new 75


    Pete the Landlord at the Cross Keys



    Tulip and brick wall



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    Yes, time and technology has definitely caught up with m43.
    But no, it's actually the lenses that caught up ...

    Congrats Jono, but it took you a long while to succumb ...

    All the best.
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    On another note: Matty is much too young for the pub ...

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    On another note: Matty is much too young for the pub ...

    All the best.
    Thank you Bart - I did wait for a long time - it is a lovely lens, and much smaller than I'd thought. As for taking Matty to the pub - they're relaxed in these rural areas!

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    75 at f1.8

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    Who's afraid of Yellow&Red ?








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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    it is a lovely lens, and much smaller than I'd thought
    Fair enough, but perhaps you're not having the hood ?
    I love chrome, but this is a 'big sucker' even to my standards.





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    Who's afraid of Yellow&Red ?
    Now then - there's real Dutch photography - lovely Bart

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    Fair enough, but perhaps you're not having the hood ?
    I love chrome, but this is a 'big sucker' even to my standards.



    All the best.
    HI Bart
    I haven't bought the hood . . . I don't use them much, I've found that for wides they're useless, and for telephotos hands make really good shades.

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    Another with the 35mm lux:



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    Two from today with the Olympus 9-18 zoom (it's fine, but I wish I hadn't been a skinflint, and I'd gone for the Panasonic 7-14)






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    Two Landscapes and a tulip . . . all with the 75 f1.8 (it really is lovely - how do I stop myself buying the 12!!!!)


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    Lovely stuff, Jono. The church steeple peeking out in the background of the field rows, and the trees are wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

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    Two Landscapes and a tulip . . . all with the 75 f1.8 (it really is lovely - how do I stop myself buying the 12!!!!)


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    Two Landscapes and a tulip . . . all with the 75 f1.8 (it really is lovely - how do I stop myself buying the 12!!!!)
    I'm with Jørgen: "Quiddenham" is really .

    My copy of the 12 showed, what I thought, such crazy distortion it was way beyond my correcting capabilities. So I exchanged it for the 12-35.
    But it's a lovely, very sharp, tiny little lens otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    I'm with Jørgen: "Quiddenham" is really .

    My copy of the 12 showed, what I thought, such crazy distortion it was way beyond my correcting capabilities. So I exchanged it for the 12-35.
    But it's a lovely, very sharp, tiny little lens otherwise.

    Kind regards.
    Bart, Jørgen - thank you for the kind words.
    Especially thanks to Bart for saving me from an indiscretion - the 12-35 is fine at 12, it may not be quite as good as the Zuiko, but it's a close run thing. Added to which it has so many other talents, and I already have it!.

    So to celebrate I took it out this morning and took a few snaps with it. We've had our sunshine for the day (and anyway, I should be working).

    So these three are with the 12-35.


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    I'm quite enamoured of the Olympus M43, but stopped short of getting the 12 (eff 24) because Roger Cicala's review at LensRentals said it fell short of the quality of the telephotos. So why would I need this when I have 21, 24, and 28 mm lenses with incredible bite to use on another full-frame camera. Plus my E-PL5 lends itself to shooting fast, composing around the center of the frame and taking advantage of AF. That's not the way to use a wide angle lens.

    BTW, Olympus just announced a $100 rebate if you purchase an E-P5 body and VF-4 electronic viewfinder. The rebate form isn't available yet, the email said it could be downloaded in mid-May. Shipment date for both of these now reads June. I don't know if the rebate applies only if you buy from Olympus or if you can purchase from your usual supplier. I would expect the latter.

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    Giving Birth (and playing with a border!)



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    My neighbor's rotting tree...75/1.8
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    The 75mm F1.8 is one of the best lenses you can buy in m4/3rds imho. After using the Pentax FA 100WR (150mm equiv also) for a bit of a while, I decided this is a focal length I would get if I was buying m4/3rds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    My neighbor's rotting tree...75/1.8
    The tree may be rotten but the colours are wonderful !
    Hope to have my 75/1.8 by the end of the week.

    All the best.
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    Color, anyone needing color ????


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    A couple with the Pana 20.

    One from last september:


    Renovering by pgmj, on Flickr

    And one from last weekend:


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