Does Cnet understand M43?

Started Aug 10, 2012 | Discussions thread
Atlasman Contributing Member • Posts: 545
Re: Does Cnet understand M43?

How about this:

You are panning with a moving object, you want to streak the background, you don't have any ND filters handy but you want low shutter speeds and it is a bright sunny day.

With the E-M5 your ISO is 200, that's it. Something like in the following shot.

The shot was taken with the Canon PowerShot Pro 1, exposure time was 1/30 of a second, ISO 50, f71. plus the employment of the built-in ND filter.

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