pris

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  • 50-200 works without any hiccups here... what kind of niggles?
  • Julie, both of those work just fine on my E-M1. 50-200 MK1 does the same as on E-5, and 50 f/2 is better - less hunting, faster and more confident lock. All that providing the focus target is not ...
  • 7-14, 50-200 MK1 with and without EC-14, and 50 f/2. Not that I had much to complain before but it's even better now. Snappier, more confident... except "only horizontal lines in the frame" case, ...
  • Replied in Yup,
    and that means that we actually have both options, and can choose between them by reaching Myset via mode dial OR menu, which is exactly what you do in the paragraph below: Choice is good, as ...
  • OK, I see what you mean but this is expected behavior. Think of it this way: you can set one of Mysets via hardware or software. Going via menu is software; going via mode dial is hardware. Now, ...
  • Could you explain the difference? I mostly use mode dial positions assignment, but never noticed different behavior from going via menu
  • Replied in Mysets
    I am not sure why you find E-M1 any different in this regard. Mysets are just as useful for this same purpose. I have 3, for standard shooting, for tripod and for tracking moving target. There are ...
  • Perfect example, to catch a breaching whale in the whole range of motion instead of hoping to get the peak. Crashing wave is another idea; changing face expression of an actor or a singer; etc...
  • Replied in There you go!
    Blue eye is back per popular request :)
  • Quite useful for the situation where your target stays in place but changes some of its characteristics rapidly, so high frame rate allows you to capture the whole range of the change and then ...
  • Replied in My version
    That's one-click correction to leave the eye as blue as it was. If you like the rest of the image, then it's the way to go while masking out the eye during WB correction. On this, not that I know ...
  • Replied in My version
    This is how I'd process JPEG, although I would really prefer to deal with Raw first as I said earlier. To me, sharpening is done in a too coarse manner making it a bit difficult to deal with in ...
  • Replied in Suggestion
    FNP, may I make a suggestion? You are getting all kind of advice about postprocessing of this shot, and it's getting difficult to put together and sort out what would work better here. Maybe the ...
  • You may remember that we already discussed this once here when spoke of intent. Excellent advice you are getting now goes along the same lines. The branch in this latest shot wouldn't bother me in ...
  • Eric, thanks for your ongoing effort! This new preset, at least in 5 different images I tested it on, has better control over the extreme ends of the histogram in various colors, most notably red. ...
  • Focus-recompose is fine for handheld shooting. Michael however is talking about tripod shooting. You set the frame exactly as you want it, then pick your focus point - much easier to do this way. ...
  • Replied in You can't win!
    I agree with her, and that's exactly what I meant in http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/53137114 when said "it's too sterile for an environmental portrait as it doesn't reflect much of an ...
  • Spam away, those are beautiful! Say, do you share my finding that thanks to WYSIWYG viewfinder, you are able to get the shot in camera so close to the final product that your postprocessing ...
  • ...is in this above I believe. I'll have to disagree with this assumption, and here is why. 4/3 users would have been happy with E-7, but why would it attract users from other systems? Sensor ...
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