Olympus E-620

Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | Four Thirds sensor
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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...
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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...
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My question any Olympus OM-D E-M1 users have they used older lens and how do they work. I currently have Olympus e-620 and have several lens.  Any user experiences with older olympus lens.
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After nine wonderful years, we need to leave our E-300 behind for greener pastures.  I am looking at the E-620, but wonder if the two Zukio lenses we already own easily move to this new platform.  I assume yes, as they are both part of the EVolt series, but would value a more educated opinion.
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I currently have E620 and E400 bodies with 14-54, 11-22, and 70-300 lenses. My local store has an Olympus PEN E-P5 twin lens kit for sale at a good price , €499. Would this be a viable upgrade for me. Most importantly , would my lenses work OK, assuming I bought the adapter. I am keen to buy in a bricks and mortar shop rather than online and this is the only Olympus camera available locally. BTW I do know about the OMD but it is way out of my price range. Thanks for adive
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Hi in the forum I have been an Oly-user for years (E 510, E-620 and now the Stylus 1). I want to join the micro 4/3-system and am considering the E-M10. Have read a lot of reviews but have not yet had the chance to hold the cam in my hands. It seems like a great tool that will meet my needs, but I have one question though: I have read somewhere, that the E-M10 produces a rather loud shuttersound. Is this true, and if it is, would it be any different with the E-M5? One of the things I love...
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By: 108 (11 months ago)
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Hi all Tomorrow Luxembourg National Day . Big fireworks at 11 pm . 17 mn . First time ever I'll try to shoot fireworks . Any advice as to what settings work best ? 17 minutes is not much and I don't have really much time for trial and error . I'll bring my E620 and 14-54 . Should I rather consider the Panaleica 25mm 1.4  ? Thanks
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My camera is an Olympus E-620.I was thinking of the following:Metz mecablitz 36AF-5 or,Nissin Di466FTI'm not sure about light output from these units. Would one of these be better than the other in that regard?Did I understand correctly, that I can trigger the Nissin wirelessly with the E-620 without purchasing anything else?Eventually, I'm planning on getting a softbox with a stand.Any feedback would be appreciated.
Dennis From NJ
By: Dennis From NJ (May 14, 2014)
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I'm getting significant noise in photos taken at night like the one below. Any suggestions on the cause and how to eliminate or reduce the noise are greatly appreciated. I can significantly reduce the noise using Lightroom but I'd prefer to avoid it in the first place. Photo taken with E-620 and Zuiko 70-300mm f 4.0-5.6 lens. Taken at 300mm; f/22; ISO 100; 1/20 sec. Thank you!
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By: ric S (May 7, 2014)
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Hi all, I'm doing astrophotography with my E-620 and classical lenses (and light equatorial mount). I'm looking for bright telephoto lenses that I may use on my body. Right now, I have the OM 135/2.8 and OM 200/4.0. They exhibit strong chromatic effects around bright stars (especeally compared to ZD 50/2.0). They need to be stopped down by 1 or 2 EV. I read that the OM 180/2.8 is also subject to chromatic troubles. I think this is a common problem for old telephotos that don't use ED glass. I...
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