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Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.70″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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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
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.
Hi to all I wanted to get some other views on this, having done a fair amount of research now. I have been using Olympus for quite a while now (maybe 8 years or so), having started with an E500 and kit lenses. A few years ago I bought a discounted E620 and gifted the E500 with its original kit mid-zoom. I have acquired a number of bits and pieces since then: FL-36R - I don't use this as much as I thought I would although it is obviously useful and much nicer than the built in flash. I tend...
Hello, I'm hoping some of the resident birders here on this forum might be able to help me out on this one. Took this photo today near Beaverhill Lake in Alberta, Canada. I've never seen this bird before ... does anyone know what it might be? Photo taken with an Oly E-620 and ZD 50-200 (mk I) + EC-14 near Beaverhill Lake, Alberta, Canada. Sorry for the camera shake, the shutter speed got too low for my shaky hands. Thanks in advance for any help provided. Kind...
I recently purchased this Russian Makpo(Rubinar) 10/1000 mirror lens and have no idea what the adapter is called that would be needed to attach it to my Olympus E-620 camera. Does anyone have experience with this lens and know what I need? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Huge-Russian-Makpo-10-1000-Mirror-Lens-with-filters-and-case-/121164974497?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEWNX%3AIT&nma=true&si=bEQn9BCE3HX2ZIip%252FoizbGtC3QM%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc --oly620I am not a pro and only...
I've had my E-620 for 3 years and used it intensively. I now have the following problem. While using the live-view mode, the camera just turned itself off automatically. Now the mirror seems to be stuck in the live-view mode, it remains in this position even after turning the camera of and on. If I turn the camera on, it takes a long time before it reacts (if it reacts at all), after which it shows the normal screen with a red warning "IS2". However, it doesn't react on anything, can't make...
Had a quick look at DPR's review of lenses by Olympus, in particular 4/3 camera lenses. Am I correct in assuming that there hasn't been a new Zuiko lens for 4/3 cameras since before 2010? The latest ones on DPR are all mFT. Does this mean that Olympus really have stopped development on 4/3 line of cameras and lenses as you'd think if you had a great product you'd keep the masses hungry for new glass surely? And new glass that fits the proposed E7, or is that to be kept secret until launch...
My son is starting a 3 year university degree in Natural history photography later this year and needs to take a 35mm film camera with him. As an existing Olympus DSLR owner (E510, E620 & E5) I thought it would make sense for him to buy a 2nd hand Olympus film camera that he could then use with some of the current Olympus 4/3 lenses that I have. I have looked on eBay and there is a huge selection of used OM cameras for sale but I have absolutely no idea what would be a suitable...
Recently i got my first PEN, a E-P5. I have been playing around for a few days, and find the build quality excellent. I will post a"first impression - with photos" soon.... Some issues will raise, and the first is the viewfinder - or the missing of a VF.... Coming from E-620, I'm not used to a big OVF. But this was the only option for me, and worked fine. I did not invest in the EV-4 for my P5, and realize that each time I grab the camera to shoot - I lift it up to my face... I have seen some...