Olympus E-620

Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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DougB
By: DougB (2 months ago)
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Here are two examples of the images from my OM-D E1 with zero PP. I've heard of Expose to the Right, but this is Ridiculous  --Doug BurgessOM-D E1, 40-150mm F/4-5.6, 14-42mm F/3.5-5.6, MMF-3, Olympus E-620, 12-60mm, 50-200mm, 50mm F2, , FL-50, and the 2100 UZI Panasonic FZ-1000Panasonic FZ-150
rdginto
By: rdginto (4 months ago)
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My first 4:3 digital Olympus was the E-510 - almost 10 years ago. Started getting more serious about my photography - then started taking classes and found a used E-620. Liked it too, but  what I really wanted was an E-5. After a patient search I've acquired an E-5 and so far am liking it very much. Over time I've built up a small collection of lenses, including the 14-54 Mk II, 50 f2 macro, 70-300 zoom. I'm hoping the collective wisdom here can help with this question - now that I have the...
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By: 108 (4 months ago)
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Hello This was shot with my trusty and old Oly E620 , social gathering in a small concert hall , neon lights , no flash, iso 3200 so I could get a decent shutter speed , 38 mm ( 76 FF equiv ) so as not to be too intrusive, some significant noise cleaned up in neat image , not too ugly because rather "well" exposed . So problem with this kind of event people are annoyed by Dslr's , even if they are your friends ( I knew well most of the people there ), whereas they don't mind smartphones or...
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Hello Pic below shot handheld with an old Oly E-620 and 14-54 , at f5.6 ( 4/3 ) and iso 1600 , 1/4 sec ( thanks Oly Ibis ) Bit of colour tweaking in PP, blacks pushed, luminance sharpening, and then slightly denoised . What settings would you use on the 6D and what lens, for this kind of result ( and better, naturally ) ? Thank you
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So, I've put a 135mm OM lens onto the OM adapter, flipped the camera to Aperture priority, and turned it on -- I can see a very fuzzy image for a few seconds, but then the screen goes black. I can re-seat the adapter, and get the same few seconds of visibility again. I can leave the camera still (not try to adjust focus) on power-up, and also get the same few seconds of visibility. I've read other reports here of people with similar legacy lens with OM-mFT adapters, but in those cases they...
artiesberry
By: artiesberry (7 months ago)
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Hello, I'm looking for a Flash for my E620 since the flash on the camera is worthless; besides that I'm pretty happy with it. Although coming from a t90 Canon there's no comparison.    I'd appreciate some help.  Thank you, --Ar†ie
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I've looked everywhere but unable to find and deleting one at a time takes forever. I would appreciate help. Thank you, --Ar†ie
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Hello, I've got an EM-1, an e620, and a couple of FL-50R flashes. I shoot outdoors with varied lighting conditions throughout the day, often in partial shade, so I use the flash for fill lighting. The catch is, I shoot action shots (offroad motorcycles) so I have to use high shutter speeds - generally 1/1250. I also tend to shoot in 10fps mode on the EM1, usually in bursts of 4-6 shots. The e620 runs off of a trip sensor and only clicks off one shot per rider, but sometimes riders come...
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Hello 4/3 users I'm looking to get the 35mm f3.5 macro because last year I took a few pictures of dew drops with the world in them using a 12-60 swd and I figure with the 35 mm I can make the dew drops 9 times bigger (1:1 vs .3) and more of the background context 35mm vs 60 mm.  It seems to be a fairly uncommon lens but I found one used on sale here in Madrid for 150 euros.  I tried it and the images seem adequate- on par with the 14-42's and the 40-150 I've used.  But I'm a little hesitant...
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I have a 11-22 lens that I find excellent on the E620, even at 11mm f2.8 it's plenty sharp and accurate . Although it's not CDAF compatible I have tried it on a 16 mp G5 and a 12mp Epl-2 with adapters . Results are good in the center but quite poor on the edges, and that was tripod mounted with magnified MF . The old 4/3 14-42 kit lens and the Pana14-50 were much better , so that i would not hesitate to use them regularly with adapter if I wished . One review I read had one guy stating that...
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