43Shooter

43Shooter

Joined on Feb 18, 2014

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  • A previous post of mine along with the subsequent replies might be helpful: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/53848114
  • One more possibility: 0 sec. anti-shock is made available in the main menu system but must still be enabled in the drive mode menu. Did you perform the second step?
  • After poring over DXOMark reports (sensors and lenses), meticulously evaluating shots of brick walls and thoroughly analyzing the effects of shutter shock on my E-P5 and E-M10 (including different ...
  • The 12-50 has a reputation for strong CA but the E-M10 seems to be doing a good job of removing it. There's a some purple visible in the upper-left of the last picture but only if you're looking ...
  • One potentially important attribute of a zoom lens is how much slower does the maximum aperature become as you increase the focal length. They are all 3.5-5.6 but what happens in between the min. ...
  • Replied in Panasonic GF6?
    I had this setup for a while. The camera is responsive and focuses quickly. It does struggle over ISO 1600. When I inherited my wife's E-P5, I sold the camera to a friend of mine. He's an ...
  • The E-P5 has the size charger. Funny how cameras that are meant to be smaller, lighter alternatives to DSLR's come with big honkin' chargers that look like they could almost charge a Prius.
  • Replied in Apt Response
    My friends purchased the E-PL5 with the 14-42 kit lens and the 40-150. They're very happy with the camera. It takes very good pictures and isn't a bear to carry around. Unfortunately, mirrorless ...
  • Replied in E-P5 and E-M10
    I'm glad that my post was helpful to some people. And it's clear that the quibbles I have with the E-M10 are hardly universal. All the more reason to try before you buy. Some have taken issue ...
  • Created discussions E-P5 and E-M10
    So I recently got my wife a new E-M10 and I inherited her E-P5/VF-4. On a recent overseas trip, she used the VF-4 EVF quite a bit out of necessity. When we got back home, she wanted a camera with ...
  • On a related note, we recently ordered four photo books/albums from Costco comprising our last four major vacations. We considered some of the well-known online sites (maybe Snapfish? ... and a ...
  • Replied in Hmmmm ...
    According to sales data, and in light of the responses so far, it seems that (much to my chagrin) m4/3 cameras are more popular in DPReview forums than they are in the rest of the photography ...
  • Replied in em5 to em10?
    Not sure about that ... According to DPReview ( http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/olympus-om-d-e-m10 ) - "You'll see that the E-M10 is essentially an un-weather-sealed E-M5 but with a better rear ...
  • You can get the E-PM2 and two lenses (14-42 and 40-150) for $399. The same kit has been sporadically available for several months for only $299. While the E-PM2 is short on features, it has the ...
  • Yep, that was my first thought also. Couldn't agree more.
  • There's every reason to shoot jpg if you don't want the hassle of using ACR (or equivalent) to create viewable images. I always shoot raw+jpg but end up throwing away most of the raw files, ...
  • As a programmer, I can attest to the fact that many of us think like this. Specifically, if it makes sense to us, it will make sense to users.
  • Many people seem to prefer the Olympus way of implementing presets. However, I keep thinking that one loses functionality by using the mode dial in this manner. For instance, suppose for whatever ...
  • At least with regard the MySet indicator, I can confirm that the same behavior also exists on the E-P5. It only indicates which (if any) Myset is in use when the mode dial is set to a position to ...
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