Drewpy

Drewpy

Lives in United States Joshua Tree, United States
Works as a Inn owner
Has a website at www.drewreesephoto.com
Joined on Aug 12, 2006
About me:

I am primarily a desert landscape photographer, trying to see the 'familiar' in a unique way. I shoot with the Olympus EM-5 14-150mm

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I have the EM-5 with a 14-150 lens. It would be nice if Olympus could figure out how to make Multiple Exposure and Bracketing more accessible without diving in to the Menus. Fuji does this nicely.

Direct link | Posted on Feb 27, 2014 at 14:56 UTC as 23rd comment
On Fujifilm XF1 Preview preview (128 comments in total)
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laquila65: A bit too expensive, no? I mean, the X10 for the same price has much better lens (the size of the glass does matter): I'm sure the X10 lens is sharper and has much better resolution. Plus, the X10 has a very nice viewfinder. But other than that, this is a real cute camera, and the manual lens mechanism is a killer feature, because it is unlikely to break like those motorized ones do. Still, it's a bit too expensive, especially considering that the colors of this Fuji sensor are not that great (they are OK, but could be better).

Not that expensive, same price as the LX7 with a larger sensor. It's very pocketable, which the X10 isn't. It offers a lot. I'm going to get it as a partner for my X-E1. It's a fun, well made, interesting camera that offers a lot in a small package. A baby Leica in a way.

Direct link | Posted on Sep 28, 2012 at 22:17 UTC
On Olympus launches VF-3 and announces E-PL3 US pricing article (55 comments in total)
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kahren: this is almost the same thing as the vf-2, why bother? the price is a lot better, so i think its a better deal for those who were contemplating buying the vf-2. but why not tailor to an even wider market if you are going to bother with making another VF. IMO they should have made this an even lower spec one, like the panasonic lvf1 and sold it for $99 instead. :(

I have to admit, I don't like the looks of the EPL3, too slick, looks like a Casio or Sony product and the price of the EPL3 seems ridiculous, and you have to buy the VF2 or 3 as well?! I would buy the EP3 instead, much better looking and who really needs that silly tiltable screen if you have a tiltable viewfinder? I like my EPL2 better.

Direct link | Posted on Jul 28, 2011 at 04:39 UTC
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