Jouko

Jouko

Lives in Finland Nokia, Finland
Works as a teacher
Joined on Oct 10, 2005

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  • I just got a letter from Erwin Voogt, and with his permission I add it here. It is a really helpful letter for anyone wondering about getting the OM-MFT Speedbooster. Jouko 'The best camera in the ...
  • The reeason which may limit the usability of a lens is the back element - if it goes too far back, it may hit the adapters lens elements. There are also some metal elements in some lenses that can ...
  • Thank You for the info. However, the Metabones say on their pages, that some Oly Zuiko lens designs have some elements extending too far back from the mount, so they'll hit the adapters lens ...
  • Lenses seem to be ok, but if you were trying to get more into the sharp area, you should have stopped down the aperture more. Only the "Holding Grab Bald Head Island"-shot (#5) seems to be  a bit ...
  • Replied in Nobody? (up, nt)
  • Some questions, if you have tried one: 1. Does it fit to EM1? There are some earlier models like FD-MFT adapter, that had difficulties with fitting to OMD E-M1. So, does the OM-model fit? 2. ...
  • For larger than 1:1 magnifications the best ways in FT-world would be either EX25 + 35mm macro (or a very good acromatic macro filter on 35mm or 50mm macro). EX25 + 50mm will give you just about ...
  • Replied in Been there
    I have the 12-60mm Ft-lens, and no problems with Em1 - or there was a problem with MMF1-adapter, which is quite old - some contact problems. They vanished after getting the MMF3. Focusing is fast ...
  • It seems taht you mostly used focal lenghts about 200mm or less - no need for TC. I know, it's hard to know beforehand what's going to happen, but zoos are usually built so, that animals won't be ...
  • and your results are fine - except the first kangaroo. I like most the first one of the series. It seems that you have used the 50-200 + tc14 combo in every shot but the last one. Anyway, only the ...
  • The existent mFT super telephoto zooms Oly 75-300 and Pana 100-300 are amazingly small - but that's because they are made "slow", the larges aperture being either 5.6 or 6.3. The larger the ...
  • I use 4 batteries, and in cold I use the grip with EM1. The spare batteries are in my inner pocket in separate closed plastic bags to avoid humidity and unwanted short circuits... Worked fine so ...
  • It takes a while to do it properly (altough I used the same setting for whole area, can be done so), but the whole prosess is easier to do than to explain... and if you go wrong, you can change ...
  • The photo of the owl is not bad, and you can improve it by the sharpening etc, as said in previous posts. You also can use partial sharpening just for the owl, not for the whole screen - less ...
  • EM1 for the body... Far better than any other I have used, incl. E3. The focus assist systems are so good. So far I have just used two MF-lenses with Em1 - Zuiko 28mm f2 and Bressner/Rubinar 1000mm ...
  • Have the combo, use it... Not as good as the lens alone (of course), and a bit worse than the lens with ec14... As supposed. Pros: compact, light 400mm combo. Decent IQ even wide open, better when ...
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  • Comparing to 70-300, I'd say there are lots of more details here - the subjects just are so far away. On the other hand, optically the 70-300 is from an other planet, better in every way. And the ...
  • Created user reviews 1000mm and Em1...
    Just made a new try out with my old Bresser (Rubinon) 1000mm f10 lens... The lens has been sold as a star telescope, but looks very much the same as Rubinon 1000mm mirror lens - even has M42mm ...
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