Olympus E-620

Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi all, I recently purchased a used E5 from a well known online retailer. it was described as having slight signs of use, but the shutter count was what grabbed me at less than 700. I checked that when I received it and that was accurate. But the screen has some significant scratch marks, which were not in the description and honestly  I should have queried as soon as it arrived, but I was too excited to get out and start using it as was also jetting off on holiday imminently so I thought I...
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By: machtinz (1 month ago)
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Hi all, after my beloved Olympus E-620 died today, I will finally make the switch to m43. Camera wise, the em10  seems to be just right for me, question now is which lenses are the best fit. Currently, I tend to the following setup: Panny 14-140 3,5-5,6 for travel ( should replace my current double zoom kit for the e620) Oly 45 1.8 for portaits and indoor shooting or  when shallower depth of field is required. Later, I may add the new Oly 25 or the PanLeica 25, the Oly 9-18 and the Oly...
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Hi there! New to this so please be gentle!    Around 5 years or so ago I purchased my Olympus E620 new.  Worked great!  Around 3 years ago I started having issues with the flash on indoor shots.  It will fire like its in Red Eye mode even when its not.  I will shut the flash off and it will still fire.  Sometimes I have to power off the camera to get it to stop.  This is making indoor shot almost impossible.  Any suggestions would be great!   Fancyfeet
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Hi Olyfolks I have been learning a lot from DPR through a couple of years and have now become a member. Have been an Olyuser for som time (E 510, E620, XZ-1) and is considering the Stylus 1 as it seems like a great and versatile cam. One thing holdning me back from bying one is, that the wideangle starts at 28 mm. I would very much like to be able to shoot at 24 mm for landscapes and groupportraits. There is a tele conversion lens that can be used on the Stylus 1, but is there also a wide...
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Hi everyone, I am very interested in taking pics of snowflakes but I have no idea how to do so. I have an Olympus E620 with a 35mm 3.5 macro lens. Do I invest in extension tubes? I also have a Nikon D7100 but I don't have a macro lens for it yet. Any help would really be appreciated!!! Thanks, Ysanne
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A few days ago I pulled the trigger on a $719 deal for the X-E1 18-55 kit, but the fulfillment date is not for another couple of weeks and now it's got me second guessing my decision, so I wanted to ask you all for your opinion. I've been lusting after the X100s for a while now, as I've been wanting a good walkabout camera for street shooting and I like what I've seen from the JPEG engine and X-Trans sensor (I'm just a hobbyist, so I primarily shoot OOC JPEGs and do very little...
turkeycalls1
By: turkeycalls1 (3 months ago)
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I have an Olympus e-620, and never had an issue until yesterday. I attempted to use it at my niece's basketball game, and I couldn't get it to actually take a picture. When I pressed the shutter release, basically nothing happened. I removed/reinserted the battery with no results. I tried pressing the live view button, but got a green screen. It is like the whole camera just "locked up". I just used it briefly 3 or 4 days ago with no problems encountered. I am not very tech savvy, so any...
drinnon
By: drinnon (4 months ago)
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oul Last year I picked up a used E620, and have been using it primarily for landscape, natural history photography.  Lots of ski touring, backpacking, mountaineering etc... so a bit rough on a none weather sealed camera.  Finally i had a mishap, where the camera was dropped into a mountain stream.  Took it home and dried it out, and everything seemed to be working fine, until recently.  Now the focus will either work just fine, or not at all.  There doesn't appear to be rhyme or reason to it....
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When taking low level close up shots with this combination, can you use S-AF without getting the problem I find on the E-620 using live view when after pressing the  shutter, the lens then tries and fails to recompose the shot?  Thanks! Jo  --My Websitehttp://www.kats-korner-uk.com/index1.html
Kakes007
By: Kakes007 (5 months ago)
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I have a E-620 with an FL-36R and I'm getting used to both.  I really dislike the E-620 autofocus method where the pop up flash strobes to determine focus so I got the FL-36R. I can't seem to get the camera to use the FL-36R autofocus - can anyone advise any settings to check - either on the camera or the flash? Many thanks.
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