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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    E-M1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 42mm and f/3.5

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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Kever at Prinseneiland, Amsterdam



    cross-post from 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles'
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    dad and the latest photo album ...

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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    E-M1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 26mm and f/8

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    what's wrong with red ...



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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    E-M1 with PanaLeica 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 @ 50mm and f/4

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    I spy with my little eye ...

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    framing far from perfect ...



    ... but try holding a 1.6 kg lens at an awkward postion for a while
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    the horse of marken ...

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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

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    Nice colors and composition....
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    spot the bird ...



    at 100% ...

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    in other thread I've promised not the post anymore of these, but hey - here we go again ...



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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
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    Fabulous image, I could look at that for a long time.
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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Why?
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    Why?
    Why what, K-H ?
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    chopped ...

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    next time I'll bring some salt ...

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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    breakfast jaguar style...





    zuiko 150/2.0 + 1.4tc
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    not your average pet dog ...



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    sharp(ish) ...





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    sub on stilts ...



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    seasonal ...



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    seasonal: meeting ...



    zuiko 12-35/2.0

    Too bad you guys can't smell the Hyacinth scent: overwhelming and really intoxicating
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    Many thanks Bart, I can imagine.
    What are they selling? Bulbs, flowers, perfume? I have no clue.
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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Many thanks Bart, I can imagine.
    What are they selling? Bulbs, flowers, perfume? I have no clue.
    I suppose in the end they're selling bulbs named 'Miss Saigon' ...
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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Thanks Bart. Great shots with little tuna.
    Did you notice the AFMA displaying in the EVF when viewing the images just taken?
    It's a little erratic and I have no such luck when using an EC-20.
    How does one display the AFMA corrections in C1? TIA.
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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart. Great shots with little tuna.
    Did you notice the AFMA displaying in the EVF when viewing the images just taken?
    It's a little erratic and I have no such luck when using an EC-20.
    How does one display the AFMA corrections in C1? TIA.
    Sorry K-H, but I've not observed any AFMA feedback in the EVF nor any evidence in that regard showing up in C1.
    But perhaps I just misunderstand what you're saying here ... ?
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    Sorry K-H, but I've not observed any AFMA feedback in the EVF nor any evidence in that regard showing up in C1.
    But perhaps I just misunderstand what you're saying here ... ?
    Thanks Bart. How do you know your AFMA parameter is actually used for your lens?

    If you have selected the AFMA for your lens and OK'ed in the menu all the way to the menu top level and then take an image,
    you can review that image in the EVF or on the LCD in various ways.
    If you choose the panel that has the image on the left and lots of info on the right, it might also display your active AFMA parameter.
    It has its own symbol like "AF+-" followed by its value like "-2" for my lens.
    If you zoom into the image, at the lower right it will display the following 3 pieces of information:

    AF+- -2
    Tele
    -2
    Wide
    -2

    This is useful information for my z tuna 90-250/2.8 as one can set the AFMA separately for Tele and Wide.

    Also did you notice when entering the AFMA setting for your lens there is an easy way to set it automatically for all focus points in the matrix? Nice touch.
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Thanks Bart. How do you know your AFMA parameter is actually used for your lens?

    If you have selected the AFMA for your lens and OK'ed in the menu all the way to the menu top level and then take an image,
    you can review that image in the EVF or on the LCD in various ways.
    If you choose the panel that has the image on the left and lots of info on the right, it might also display your active AFMA parameter.
    It has its own symbol like "AF+-" followed by its value like "-2" for my lens.
    If you zoom into the image, at the lower right it will display the following 3 pieces of information:

    AF+- -2
    Tele
    -2
    Wide
    -2

    This is useful information for my z tuna 90-250/2.8 as one can set the AFMA separately for Tele and Wide.

    Also did you notice when entering the AFMA setting for your lens there is an easy way to set it automatically for all focus points in the matrix? Nice touch.
    K-H, you're such a clever chap !
    Indeed, I just noticed now for the first time the AF+- in the info screen.
    And it shows my correction -8.
    I guess we could try the Olympus Viewer software ?
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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    K-H, you're such a clever chap !
    Indeed, I just noticed now for the first time the AF+- in the info screen.
    And it shows my correction -8.
    I guess we could try the Olympus Viewer software ?

    That's brilliant Bart. Many thanks.
    OV3 shows the info in the Detail panel.
    But only when it's used.

    So it turns out a lens is different from a lens+EC-14 is different from a lens+EC-20.
    All these configurations get their own names and settings. Now those are clever engineers!
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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Olympus E-M1 MarkII with SIGMA 50-500mm F4-6.3 DG HSM through an MMF-3 adaptor

    1/500s, f/9.0, ISO:200, FL:363mm



    A WWI Bristol Fighter scaring away some ibis.


    1/800s, f/10.0, ISO:200, FL:177mm

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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Olympus E-M1 MarkII with SIGMA 50-500mm F4-6.3 DG HSM through an MMF-3 adaptor.

    The faster WWII P51 Mustang fighter proved to be a bit more tricky and the images taken at 500mm were a bit softer.


    1/500s, f/9.0, ISO:200, FL:500mm




    1/800s, f/10.0, ISO:200, FL:208mm

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    Re: 4/3 lenses on m4/3

    Missed this one:

    Olympus E-M1 MarkII with SIGMA 50-500mm F4-6.3 DG HSM through an MMF-3 adaptor.

    This is the best I managed to get hand-held at 500mm focal length.

    1/500s, f/9.0, ISO:200, FL:500mm

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