Joseph T Lewis III

Joseph T Lewis III

Lives in United States Atlanta Area, GA, United States
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Joined on Apr 19, 2008

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  • Keep in mind that if you find a small flat camera that seems otherwise perfect for her, you can buy after market stick-on grips at a very reasonable price.  My wife has an Olympus XZ-1; I got such ...
  • Congrats.  You bought a nice kit. Enjoy it, and start saving for other great lenses (12-40 f/2.8 Pro zoom, 9-18 ultra wide zoom, 45 mm portrait prime, 60mm macro prime...mmm mmm good). KEH is a ...
  • + 1 to what Admiral Tedolph said.  If you go to the Sony forum you will be among fellow Sony enthusiasts, who will no doubt be happy to share their experience, insight and advice.
  • To the OP: be advised that the use of filters is a hotly debated topic, right up there with abortion, Obamacare, Ford vs Chevy, and the Middle East. Some swear by them, others swear at them. Many ...
  • The Oly E-M10 has very effective IBIS (3-axis I believe, as opposed to the more expensive E-M5s and E-M1 5-axis IBIS).  It is rated highly, and works with any lens you put on the camera, including ...
  • I find it very hard to believe that a point and shoot would get clearer, better photos under the same lighting conditions and settings as the EP5 photographs you posted. Instead, I suspect your ...
  • To answer your question directly: the focus peaking on the Sony is better, but the peaking on the OMDs is definitely usable, even though the colors aren't as varied. On the OMD cameras you can ...
  • It may work in a more straightforward manner under Android than what I described above, for all I know.  (It would certainly be nice if it did.)  I'll play around with it some more during the week ...
  • Hi David Glad it worked for you. I guess it's a good thing the original post in this thread came along; otherwise I'd never have taken the trouble to really dig into the wifi (and touch screen, for ...
  • I cannot make my E-M1 and cheap LG smartphone NOT work, once I figured things out.  If you haven't tried the steps I describe in my previous post, perhaps it would be worth a try? Purely up to you ...
  • Don't blame Olympus (at least not too much); it was partially a misunderstanding on my part. The wifi itself works fine, it is the wording on the menu which appears that's misleading. Here's what ...
  • I was on my tablet in the living room before; hence the rather terse reply in my previous post.  I type much more quickly on a real keyboard (which is where I am now) Anyway, to what Godfrey said ...
  • It also appears he was panning the camera. Look how blurry the immobile couch is. Holding the camera steady would help.
  • Google "Olympus Image Share" and read what comes up.
  • Get a spare battery and an extra memory card.  That way if you are out taking photos and have an issue with the original battery or card, you can swap it out and keep on shooting.  Otherwise, you ...
  • Instead of the Olympus 12mm prime (which costs $700), I suggest you look at the Olympus 9-18 zoom for the same price.  It is a very sharp lens, and will give you more flexibility than the prime ...
  • Any modern camera will take decent photos outside in the sunlight. I have shots from my 2005 Canon S2 IS bridge camera, and followon A720 IS point and shoot, that I am still proud of; I would ...
  • Very nice pics, Joe. How's about posting some indoor low light shots (normally lighted house, restaurant, museum, etc.) so we can see how the FZ-1000 does under those conditions?
  • If you're OK with a used lens, the excellent Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 lens can be had for $250 or so.  Try Amazon or KEH.
  • No problem.  I won't tell if you won't.
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