Atacama is Chile not Peru.
Expensive, and look to big to carry along.
kjacob: I just sent a long-awaited OMD EM5 back to Amazon because nothing happened after I charged the battery, put it in, and tried to turn on the camera. There was absolutely nothing on the screen, or any other indication that the camera was "On".
When I posted this in the review section of Amazon, a reply said I had to press a button on the side of the viewfinder to see anything in the screen. This is contrary to the manual, and the DP Review.
Does any of this make any sense to anyone out there???
Thanks for any insight.
Yes, Amazon is right. The button at right of your viewfinder changes the option to see either the VF or LCD.
sbszine: The whirring noise is the image stabiliser -- perfectly normal. For a portrait lens, you could look at the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 45mm 1:1.8.
Update the firmware and your whirring noise will go away almost 100%.
wgs: About a month ago, the question of the "whirring" noise coming from the camera was said to be the image stabilization. I don't know if it is the same thing, but even with IS turned off, the noise -- sounds more like radio static to me -- persists. Any ideas?
Update the firmware, problem solved.
Jim Evidon: I cannot bring up the Super Control panel even when I followed the instructions in this guide. Any suggestions?
1.push the OK button in the middle to see a menu on the right side of the LCD.
2. After that the "info" button un your upper right.
Kim, it's great. Not only he has ballz, but hi has enough knowledge of street photography...
the guy is nuts. So, what about software like photoshop, ligthroom, aperture. he's envy and blind.