Om-D in Nepal

Started Nov 22, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Om-D in Nepal
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OM-D with 12-50 mm Kitlens. f 5.6 1/800 ISO 200   Manistone near Namche Bazaar (Khumbu)

OM-D with Kitlens F5.6 1/800 ISO 200 -0.30 Kyangjuma with Lhotse and Ama Dablam (Khumbu)

OM-D with Kitlens (12mm) F8.0 1/400 ISO 200   Near Pheriche (Khumbu)

OM-D with Kitlens (29mm) F 10.0 1/250 ISO 200 Dudh Koshi - Valley near Pangboche (Khumbu)

OM-D with Kitlens (21mm) F 9.0 1/250 ISO 200  Kangtega from Tengboche (Khumbu)

My experience with the OM-D: I used only the Kit lens (12 to 50 mm is a very practical focusing range) . You can't operate the cam with gloves. The buttons are smallish, especially the on/off switch is hard to handle. Exposure compensation: no problem, the wheel is the best solution. It was clear that the cam can't handle the heavy contrast in the higher aereas of Everest National Park. Solution: PS.

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