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    Fun with Olympus EM1.3

    Just got this beauty last Friday

    As weather outside is not that great here are some interior shots with my daughter

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    I know already that AF, especially Face and Eye AF is from another world compared to the EM1.2.

    More to follow over the next weeks ....
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    Congrats and happy shooting, Peter.

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    Re: Fun with Olympus EM1.3

    I've had my EM1.3* since Monday March 16th and have fallen in love with it.. I have three P-Leica F2.8-4 zooms--the 8-18, 12-60, and 50-200--with an Oly 25/1.2 Pro on the way.. I think LOTS of my fun is in assembling/configuring this system into a highly capable LIGHT-WEIGHT one.. My prior Think Tank Airport Takeoff rolling bag filled with my fullframe system weighed as much as 30 pounds (14 kilos); my new, smaller Airport Advantage bag weighs only 20 pounds (9 kilos) fully loaded including the 7" HD monitor and mounting bracket.. That 10-pound reduction is a big deal for me with a weight-restricted replaced right-shoulder joint.

    One key for me this time is that over the few years since my last Oly I discovered what I call all-around L-brackets and got one thru Amazon...
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    It allows me to get all three of my fingers on the grip instead of having my little finger waving about in the air or on the BOTTOM of the camera...and without the weight and bulk of a batterygrip.

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    * Had an EM1.2 in 2017 built around an Oly 12-100/4 Pro.
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    Re: Fun with Olympus EM1.3

    Here are some pics of my 7"-monitor system.. I assembled it--with the help of a goodbuddyfellofotog--several systems ago, and it works VERY well with the EM1.3 while focusing manually.. The monitor is a 7" 1920x1080 Aputure V0Screen VS-1 FineHD.. I believe that model is now discontinued, but I saw a few used ones around.

    The bracket is composed of a Kirk Long Rail Plate, a couple small A-S-type clamps, and a quarter-inch screw and locknut.. The monitor uses Sony-type-NP batteries; I have three large ones and one small.
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    Re: Fun with Olympus EM1.3

    Received my Oly 25/1.2 Pro this afternoon, and tonite meandered outside.. Caution--I do NOT shoot nighttime fotos, but here they are.. All handheld, standard rez.. LOVE that IBIS; thank you very much, Olympus!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Some from today - wonderful spring weather outside and perfect time to test this new beauties (EM1.3 with 1.2/25)

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    Just one (barely) from today's meander.. New-to-me Oly 25/1.2 Pro.
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    The EM1.3 works just like the EM1.2 but is refined in so many ways that make the whole shooting experience so much nicer. AF is really very much improved over the already very good AF in the EM1.2.

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    Got lucky today--an old ranch in the city

    Found this at c. 4390 W Elwood, Phoenix, AZ.. Coordinates (Google Earth) are https://earth.google.com/web/@33.415...0003116h,0t,0r

    Shot with my newish EM1.3 and Leica 12-60/2.8-4, all handheld and shot with HHHR, which substantially improves resolution and lowers noise, thereby increasing dynamic range.. Files are 8160x6120=49.9MP.

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    Re: Fun with Olympus EM1.3

    HHHR and the ND filter thing would be most compelling advantages over II for me but not got the budget at the moment. I find myself increasingly using the ISO64 setting - just like when I used K/E 64.

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    Have shot enough by now with Hand-Held High-Resolution mode to determine that it's quite beneficial in increasing resolution and reducing noise; it has become my preferred shooting mode when the subjects aren't moving.

    Also, I bought two Olympus F2.8 Pro lenses, the 12-40 and 40-150 to replace two of my Leica 2.8-4s, the 12-60 and 50-200.. (The Leica 8-18 is definitely a keeper.). They arrived this afternoon and in spite of being underdressed for the cooler-than-expected temps and breeze, I shot both enough to quickly appreciate their optical qualities.. The 12-40 especially impressed me; here are a couple shot with HHHR.

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    I am REALLY impressed with this EM1.3 system. ...
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    Re: Fun with Olympus EM1.3

    Quote Originally Posted by jeffreybehr View Post

    Also, I bought two Olympus F2.8 Pro lenses,
    the 12-40 and 40-150 to replacetwo of my Leica 2.8-4s, the 12-60 and 50-200.. (The Leica 8-18 is definitely a keeper.).
    I haven't seen much chatter about the 50-200, which is something I consider would complement & arguably replace my 30-100/2.8 (which I like). What led you to swap? (Of course, the 12-40 is good, though it seems some might favor the 12-100 (this would overlap my lenses's reaches), but then so too was the 12-60/2.8.

    -d.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drofnad View Post
    I haven't seen much chatter about the 50-200, which is something I consider would complement & arguably replace my 30-100/2.8 (which I like). What led you to swap? (Of course, the 12-40 is good, though it seems some might favor the 12-100 (this would overlap my lenses's reaches), but then so too was the 12-60/2.8.

    -d.
    I had the 12-40 and 40-150.

    I got rid of the 12-40 when the 12-100 came out as the way I shoot, the benefit of its longer range far outweighed the disadvantage of losing that 1 stop.

    I then got rid of the 40-150 for the 50-200, once again for that extra reach, and importantly for ME it was lighter and smaller than the 40-150.

    The only downside to that Panasonic/Olympus combination is that the zoom rings travel in opposite directions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptomsu View Post
    Just got this beauty last Friday

    As weather outside is not that great here are some interior shots with my daughter

    2020-03-21_0002.jpg by ptomsu, on Flickr


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    I know already that AF, especially Face and Eye AF is from another world compared to the EM1.2.

    More to follow over the next weeks ....

    Any experience with AF with FT lenses?
    With best regards, K-H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Any experience with AF with FT lenses?
    No unfortunately not, as I do not own anymore any FT lenses. But from what I have seen with mFT glass I would have high hopes - worth to try it somewhere ...
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    Some more with the EM1.3 and the 1.2/25 Pro - an almost perfect combo for my type of usage

    Who says that one cannot get even very shallow DOF with m43

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Any experience with AF with FT lenses?
    KH the FT lenses( Little & Big Tuna, 50f2, PL14-150) works great with the EM1.3.
    Took pics of birds, BIF and portraits.
    These lenses did not work well with 1.2 n I took a chance by upgrading to 1.3.
    Lucky it paid off.
    Below Flickr link has images for your view. Look under TAG and the cam and lens used is indicated.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/
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    Drove to downtown Phoenix today to a park.

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    Today's Pink Supermoon with EM1.3 + 4/300 Pro + 1.4 TC

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    Re: Fun with Olympus EM1.3

    This afternoon's wander took me to the Granite Reef Reservoir, south of Red Mointain.

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    The peak of the mountain.
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    Where I was.
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    This is ENE of Phoenix.. Granite Reef Damn opens to lower the level of water in its reservoir.. The water runs down--westward--to Tempe Town Lake.. TTL then dumps its overflow again into the Salt River bed which then flows across Phoenix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricseet View Post
    KH the FT lenses( Little & Big Tuna, 50f2, PL14-150) works great with the EM1.3.
    Took pics of birds, BIF and portraits.
    These lenses did not work well with 1.2 n I took a chance by upgrading to 1.3.
    Lucky it paid off.
    Below Flickr link has images for your view. Look under TAG and the cam and lens used is indicated.

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    Hi there Ric,

    using my EM1.2 with these FT-lenses; 150/2, 50/1.4, 14-35/2, 7-14/4.
    To me they seem to work just fine, although focusing is a bit sluggish.

    Could you please explain what didn't work well with your EM1.2 and in what way the EM1.3 improved on that ?

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricseet View Post
    KH the FT lenses( Little & Big Tuna, 50f2, PL14-150) works great with the EM1.3.
    Took pics of birds, BIF and portraits.
    These lenses did not work well with 1.2 n I took a chance by upgrading to 1.3.
    Lucky it paid off.
    Below Flickr link has images for your view. Look under TAG and the cam and lens used is indicated.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/

    Thanks, much appreciated.
    Did you have to micro-adjust your Little & Big Tuna? TIA.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    yes KH I had to micro adjust for all my FT Lenses including both the Tunas. But I am at minus 4 on the EM1.3 vs minus 10 on EM1.2. Moreover I could never get the image tag sharp on the EM1.2.
    I think Oly did a good job optimising the EM1.3 for the Little n Big Tunas.



    QUOTE=k-hawinkler;815710]Thanks, much appreciated.
    Did you have to micro-adjust your Little & Big Tuna? TIA.[/QUOTE]
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    Hi Knorp
    Been a while. Hope you staying safe.
    Yes I over came the sluggish by selecting the Diamond Shape focus area and use Low Burst Rate for birding. Otherwise I was getting frustrated from from the A9.

    I found with the EM1.3 my calibration data for my 4 lenses are from +1 to - 4 for the 300f2.8. With the EM1.2 the 300f2.8 was at - 10. Furthermore the images were not tag sharp on all 4 FT lenses. I think Oly did a good job optimising both the Tunas on the EM1.3 body and the images are tag sharp. I now really enjoy shooting the EM1.3 with FT lenses alongside the A9/7R3.

    Itís amazing that when Oly developed the 300f2.8 they only had the E5 to benchmark that lens. Today the 300f2.8 really shines with the EM1.3. I am really happy with the combo.

    Hope this helps.


    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Hi there Ric,

    using my EM1.2 with these FT-lenses; 150/2, 50/1.4, 14-35/2, 7-14/4.
    To me they seem to work just fine, although focusing is a bit sluggish.

    Could you please explain what didn't work well with your EM1.2 and in what way the EM1.3 improved on that ?

    TIA

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    Hi Ric,

    Many thanks. Your findings are very encouraging.
    Really tempted to get the E-M1.3 for my 4 FT lenses.
    BTW, any experience with the FT 1.4x and 2x TCs? TIA.
    That would get me the extra reach I can’t get with my A9 + FE 400/2.8 + TCs.
    With best regards, K-H.

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    I bought the EM1.3 solely for my 4 FT lenses and to get a longer reach too.
    There are other nice features on the EM1.3 that we birder may not use but I found the Pro Capture High feature very useful. Infect this feature compliments the A9 very well. With 20fps we get many action shots but with 60 fps we get 3 times more action shots compare to the A9. I recently shot Barbet nesting and man the different action shots I got I could not get close with the A9.

    Here are samples shot with EM1.3/300f2.8 no TC

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    Yes it works very well with the 1.4 and 2.0 TCs. I often shot with the 2.0 TC.
    Here are 2 samples

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    These were shot with the EM1.3/300f2.8. I recall you have the 7R3/100-400 and you may wish to pitch it against the EM1.3/300f2.8.


    When the 2X TC is still insufficient reach for smaller birds I often resort to 2X digital Zoom. Here is one taken with EM1.2/300f2.8 with 2X TC and 2X Digital Zoom. Original image was soft as I was not able to do a good job calibrating the lens plus the extended reach. For a record shot it decent.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/ricsee...posted-family/

    No brainer get the EM1.3 and your Oly system will compliment your Sony very well. For starter extended reach and awesome IQ. Then there is Pro Capture which gives you lots of joy doing super fast action BIF shots.. I have tested the system for tracking BIF and I have better keepers compared to EM1.2. But A9 is still King Of The Sky. With more practise I am sure it can be improved. Danny from m4/3 DPR Forum takes great BIF using his EM1.2 with Canon 600f4?. Gear is important and Danny has the skills for BIF which I am unlikely to acquire in this life time. 76 this coming August. Thats why I bought into Sony to close my skill gap for BIF. LOL.

    BTW Can you please advise how I can link my Flickr postings to this forum. I will PP the Barbet shots to share with you.
    Thank you

    Stay safe everyone.

    ric



    Quote Originally Posted by k-hawinkler View Post
    Hi Ric,

    Many thanks. Your findings are very encouraging.
    Really tempted to get the E-M1.3 for my 4 FT lenses.
    BTW, any experience with the FT 1.4x and 2x TCs? TIA.
    That would get me the extra reach I can¬’t get with my A9 + FE 400/2.8 + TCs.
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