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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Elderly View Post
    The bug fix is here: http://dl01.olympus-imaging.com/ww/u.../index43a.html

    I'm only the messenger (just in case it's not fixed ).

    Many thanks Ian. I updated, we'll see how it goes.
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    From the E-M1 Mark II Instruction Manual:

    "Pro capture is available only with OLYMPUS Micro Four Thirds lenses."

    Pro capture enables the camera (for up to 1 minute) to keep up to the last 14 sequential images taken in the buffer while half-pressing the shutter button. Then when fully pressing the shutter button these up to the last 14 images and all subsequently taken images get stored on the memory card.

    To me this seems to be a very useful feature when trying for example to catch a bird in flight that takes off from a location typically much faster than a human reaction time as in this way one gets to keep up to the last 14 sequential images taken before one could react and fully press the shutter button.

    For me this feature alone was worth getting the E-M1.2.


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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post


    To me this seems to be a very useful feature when trying for example to catch a bird in flight that takes off from a location typically much faster than a human reaction time as in this way one gets to keep up to the last 14 sequential images taken before one could react and fully press the shutter button.

    For me this feature alone was worth getting the E-M1.2.


    It makes me wonder how I coped back in the days of Tri-x
    No second chance with this :

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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Thanks Ian. But for sure within your reaction time!
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    But for sure within your reaction time!
    I'm afraid that some 30 year later I'd have no chance .

    The biggest potential problem was focus, no autofocus of course
    and nothing to pre-focus on .
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Elderly View Post
    It makes me wonder how I coped back in the days of Tri-x
    No second chance with this :

    Ummm, could you rewind and capture the impact with the water? And just what was the scene going on here?

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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    It was 30 years ago and so the EXIF details in my head are extremely sketchy .

    It was a still from a movie I was working on.

    I used three Nikon bodies; two were on tripods to be fired using a twin cable release
    and the third body was hand held.

    I was to get a countdown on my radio from the assistant director, and shortly
    before the truck was fired from an air cannon I planned to take one frame with the truck still on the jetty (in that way, before firing the motor drives) I could not miss the instant just before 'take off', and hence still have enough frames left (35) to capture the whole sequence.

    However, for whatever reason the radio message was either never sent or received
    and all of a sudden, the first thing I knew was that the truck was in the air with no warning

    Luckily I had the hand held body up to my eye at that moment and just reacted .
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Now using the Pro Capture option of the E-M1.2.






    E-M1.2 + 300/4 Pro
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Theoretically ... , it should be possible to capture the birds while hatching ...

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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Theoretically ... , it should be possible to capture the birds while hatching ...

    Yup Bart, go for it!
    You need to start less than 1 minute before they hatch!
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    A few shots with the E-M1.2.











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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Robin


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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    A few shots with the E-M1.2.




    Lovely capture!
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    My E-M1 Mark II has frozen up several times.
    I don't recall all the details when that happened.
    Taking the battery out of the camera solved the problem.
    Taking the battery only out of the PBH didn't work.
    However, when I unmounted and remounted the lens that unfroze the E-M1.2.
    I have to keep an eye on that. No doubt the camera needs a firmware update.

    Luckily I am already used to dealing with such issues, thanks to my Leica M9.
    Oh well, give 'em time.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    My E-M1 Mark II has frozen up several times.
    I don't recall all the details when that happened.
    Taking the battery out of the camera solved the problem.
    Taking the battery only out of the PBH didn't work.
    However, when I unmounted and remounted the lens that unfroze the E-M1.2.
    I have to keep an eye on that. No doubt the camera needs a firmware update.

    Luckily I am already used to dealing with such issues, thanks to my Leica M9.
    Oh well, give 'em time.
    Sorry to hear that! Hope they fix this problem soon!
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Thanks Peter.

    Maybe it is memory card related.

    I use two Lexar 64GB sdxc cards.
    One rated at 2000x, the other at 1000x.

    With best regards, K-H.

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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    House Finch




    Cedar Waxwing


    Bluebird








    E-M1.2 + 300/4 Pro
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    Wow - spectacular shots, K-H
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Wow - spectacular shots, K-H
    Thank you Bart. I formatted the 2 Lexar cards with their Image Rescue 5 app.
    So far, so good! The E-M1.2 focuses really fast. If one is close enough then the camera even focuses on the intended subjects. I still have to learn how to generate a smaller focus area. Apparently to accomplish that one has to assign a button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thank you Bart. I formatted the 2 Lexar cards with their Image Rescue 5 app.
    So far, so good! The E-M1.2 focuses really fast. If one is close enough then the camera even focuses on the intended subjects. I still have to learn how to generate a smaller focus area. Apparently to accomplish that one has to assign a button.
    I'd say that 'Eye Priority' seems to be an option worth trying.
    Question is if the camera is not getting confused ...
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    I'd say that 'Eye Priority' seems to be an option worth trying.
    Question is if the camera is not getting confused ...
    Thanks Bart, 'Eye Priority' seems to work well with humans.
    Even with human faces (like politicians) on TV.
    But I doubt it works with birds.
    Is there irrefutable evidence for animals to the contrary?
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart, 'Eye Priority' seems to work well with humans.
    Even with human faces (like politicians) on TV.
    But I doubt it works with birds.
    Is there irrefutable evidence for animals to the contrary?
    Well, there was this post on FB (public group: Olympus E-M1II)
    But the proof is in eating the pudding, right ?
    Give it a try !
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Thanks Bart. So eye focus on Robin at 40 feet, really? Fake news, maybe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart. So eye focus on Robin at 40 feet, really? Fake news, maybe?
    Absolutely, 40 feet seems quite a distance for catching a little bird's eye.
    But as I said: give it a try ...
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Absolutely, 40 feet seems quite a distance for catching a little bird's eye.
    But as I said: give it a try ...
    Thanks Bart.
    Well for humans Face & Eye Priority On first puts a white wire frame around human face(s) and then indicates focus on the nearest eye by putting a green wire frame around the eye.
    One can even display a human face on a computer monitor, take a picture and get this behavior.
    So far I have not observed this feature for animals.
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    E-M1.2 + 12-40/2.8 Pro
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    I don't think I could have achieved focus with my other cameras for the following 2 situations.

    Focus on contrail.


    Focus on faint cloud.


    E-M1.2 + 12-40/2.8 Pro
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    E-M1.2 + 7-14/2.8 Pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    I don't think I could have achieved focus with my other cameras for the following 2 situations.

    Focus on contrail.
    Did you really thought for one moment you could catch that bird's eye ...
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    Thanks Bart. An interesting question!
    I never noticed the bird until I looked at the images on my computer.
    I shot several sequences but the bird showed up only in one image.
    That guy must be pretty fast!
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Bandelier National Monument is just a 10 min drive from my house.
    Here are 2 shots from today on an overcast day.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Absolutely, 40 feet seems quite a distance for catching a little bird's eye.
    But as I said: give it a try ...
    I thought I'd try it with something a little bigger - a herring gull,
    but the 14-150 on my ancient EM1 doesn't do the business

    Maybe this image should be in the 16x9 thread instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elderly View Post
    I thought I'd try it with something a little bigger - a herring gull,
    but the 14-150 on my ancient EM1 doesn't do the business
    You're all so hopeless - it's not about a bigger bird you should just get yourself closer, much closer in fact ...
    I'd thought K-H was pretty close, but he missed the point, or should I say 'the eye', and failed miserably

    You guys take a pinch of salt, get out and start practicing and don't come back here before you succeed ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by Elderly View Post
    I thought I'd try it with something a little bigger - a herring gull,
    but the 14-150 on my ancient EM1 doesn't do the business

    Maybe this image should be in the 16x9 thread instead?

    Thanks Ian. Clearly the eye of the herring gull is in focus. I can see that from New Mexico!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    You're all so hopeless - it's not about a bigger bird you should just get yourself closer, much closer in fact ...
    I'd thought K-H was pretty close, but he missed the point, or should I say 'the eye', and failed miserably

    You guys take a pinch of salt, get out and start practicing and don't come back here before you succeed ...




    Okay Bart, here we go.
    Going grocery shopping at night is a good way to try out my new E-M1.2 with the Nocticron! Well night, Nocticron seem to go together!

    First shot from the parking lot at ISO 6400. IQ seems good enough for my aging eyes!


    Encountering tree lights upon entering, ISO 640.


    The friendly gentleman in charge of the sausages and cold cuts. I had center focus on his nose - but Face & Eye Priority On indeed focused on the nearest eye. The magic of technology at work! ISO 800.


    And finally the friendly lady at the check-out counter. Again, miraculously the E-M1.2 focused on the nearest eye, despite center focus on her nose. ISO 1600


    Of course I asked for permission first before taking their picture. Standard question I get:"Are you from a newspaper?" My standard answer:"No, just trying out my new camera!"

    Clearly, it's called Face & Eye Priority On for a reason, me thinks! Olympus plainly forgot to add the word Human in front of the word Face.
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    You're all so hopeless - it's not about a bigger bird you should just get yourself closer, much closer in fact ...


    Well Bart, a little closer... Here most of the bird, including the eye, is in focus - but eye focus not used.



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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Well Bart, a little closer... Here most of the bird, including the eye, is in focus - but eye focus not used.
    Pfff - some lucky shot ...

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    Better lucky than smart!
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    Uncropped


    Lurking in the shadows


    On the Lookout


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    E-M1.2 + 300/4 Pro
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Could possibly be the same Cooper's Hawk a bit earlier.



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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Could possibly be ........



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    That is an extreme Peculiarity of an E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elderly View Post
    That is an extreme Peculiarity of an E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc.
    Ian, thanks, I think I chose the phrase wisely!
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    A few rainy days in a row...







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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    A few rainy days in a row...
    Where are the flowers ?
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    Re: E-M1, E-M5, E-M5.2, etc. ... Peculiarities

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Where are the flowers ?
    Good question Bart.

    So, over night the temperatures dropped and rain turned into snow. We'll be waking up to a winter wonderland. By late morning the snow will have melted off the trees at our elevation of about 6500 feet and may last on the ground for a few days or not. At higher elevations of up to 13000 feet the snow will last until June.

    Our fruit trees typically will have blossoms in April and then may get wiped out by late snow. Last year this happened to plum and apricot trees, so no fruit there. But our apple tree got lucky, no snow or freezing of the blossoms and we had lots of apples. Native trees are smarter and develop blossoms sufficiently later to avoid this.

    Some flowers will pop up when the Hummingbirds return in late April. The bulk of wild flowers will show up in July and August at the higher elevations in the Rockies. That's when the Hummingbirds from further north may migrate south threw the Rockies although they may have migrated north along the pacific coast in late winter or early spring.

    I need to get up early to take some pictures of the fresh snow before it melts off the trees
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    Our Backyard this morning!







    The Sun hasn't broken through yet!






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    By mid-afternoon the Sun finally gave a short appearance,



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    Two shot pano



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