TJer

TJer

Lives in United States Littleton, CO, United States
Works as a Retired Project Manager
Joined on Oct 27, 2013

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  • Replied in I Love it!
    Have to agree. I have the 25mm Panny also and the only other lens that comes close in my opinion is the Sigma 30mm (which I also own) which is also spectacular in use. When I want a good photo, I...
  • Replied in public now
    Interesting album! I've been on the edge trying to see for myself what all the fuss is about with this lens. I didn't think I was going to see "the pop" that I was looking for in your photos until...
  • You are going to love using that Oly 75-300mm! Super light weight, sharp as a tack, fast accurate focusing in reasonable light, and great color rendition. In conditions like you've described you...
  • Beautiful photo and a great capture! I picked up a used one before a recent Florida vacation on a whim and have to admit I was pleasantly surprised at how useful it was since I'm not normally a...
  • Congrats on the impending wedding! I have the TG-2 plus the additional telephoto and wideangle/fisheye lenses and really enjoy the camera. I bought it for the rough use it was designed for and can...
  • I see a lot of people making comparisons with the Sigma product but what about something closer to the FE's own "pedigree", the Carl Zeiss Planar Touit 1.8/32 Sony E. I realize they are only...

  • pdub99 wrote: So a week into ownership, my camera stopped working. It seems to be stuck on A mode, and won't accept any input (other than on/off and taking a picture). I'm also on vacation at the...
  • FocusOnIt wrote: Nice pictures TJer! Have you used either lens underwater? Unfortunately, no. But I will have the opportunity next month when my wife and I vacation in Florida for a couple weeks....
  • I have both lenses and have been really quite impressed with their quality and versatility. It would be nice if they had a few more as well, lol. Hope these help!
  • I have both also but have always recognized that the two lens are for vastly different applications. I ┬áreally love them both and usually have no difficulty grabbing the right lens for the...
  • Commented on Olympus OM-D E-M1 Review preview

    I've discovered that using something like a "softbox flash diffuser" add on to the flash produces the same effect; I rubber band a kleenex to the flash and achieve the same result and costs less. 

  • Jeff31M wrote: And another.... http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Fit-A7-A7r-EOS-EF-EF-S-lens-Sony-FF-NEX-E-adapter-AF-AUTOFOCUS-APERTURE-/360806337489?pt=US_Lens_Adapters_Mounts_Tubes&hash=item5401bbcbd1 That...
  • Cracked me up!!! What a great way of demonstrating the cameras abilities. Albeit your wife could have done without it though. LOL --When I want a good photo, I shoot digital. When I want a great...
  • captura wrote: TJer wrote: I've been trying to follow the reasoning behind many of the posts and, to be honest, I'm not getting it because the two cameras are totally different animals. There...
  • Replied in Yes.
    Laszlo13 wrote: Jacques Cornell wrote: Laszlo13 wrote: Isn't the glass gorilla glass or something, like the E-M5? If so, it's useless to put it on, like a screen protector for iPhone. The glass...
  • I've been trying to follow the reasoning behind many of the posts and, to be honest, I'm not getting it because the two cameras are totally different animals. There really is very little to compare...
  • yonsito wrote: I also suspect that these Sony adapters are for OM lenses, i.e. lenses for Olympus legacy SLR cameras, not m43 lenses. There are a variety available specifically identified for...
  • Mike Dobbs wrote: yes, but can you then get back to high evf refresh rate without needingvto menu dive? Respectfully speaking, perhaps if you gave the function setup a try you'd see for yourself,...
  • icon1 wrote: Does anyone know if there is an adapter to allow Sony E mount lens to be used on an Olympus OMD-EM1? There seem to be plenty available for Olympus to Sony, but I am having trouble...
  • I have my thumb button, the Fn1 button I believe, set for Peaking as an instantaneous on/off button and it works perfect. Press once, on; press again off; if left on it times out and shuts off.
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