Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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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...
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...
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...
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...
Please rate what you consider the seven best Olympus DSLRs ever. List seven cameras from 1st place to 7th place. No ties, please. Please choose from this list: Olympus E-1 Olympus E-10 Olympus E-20 Olympus E-3 Olympus E-30 Olympus E-300 Olympus E-330 Olympus E-400 Olympus E-410 Olympus E-420 Olympus E-450 Olympus E-5 Olympus E-500 Olympus E-510 Olympus E-520 Olympus E-620 Each first place receives 7 points, 2nd place = six points, etc.
I use my camera for roughly three types of shot: Landscape/architecture. I lump these together since they both enjoy wide angle, sharp edge-edge, low distortion shots. Portraits. Close-ups. In particular flowers and larger insects such as bees, butterflies. Not quite needing a full macro, but close focus and about 0.5x magnification are useful. Those uses have been served incredibly well with my current Oly E-620 and the 9-18mm Zuiko and 50mm f/2.0 macro Zuiko lenses. Both incredibly...
I am considering getting a superwide prime lens cause I have no lens that covers this range in focal length my widest lens is Tokina 20-35/2.8 but I find it lacking in some situations. I prefer it to be smaller cause I am mostly going to use it when traveling. And I am also going to use it cross platform, mostly FF and 43 form factor. My cameras: Sony A7R - mostly used with MF lenses Olympus E-M5 - general purpose with AF lenses Olympus E-620 - kept it to use with my 50-200 one of my favorite...