Why does the E-M1 remind me of the E30?

Started Mar 10, 2014 | Discussions thread
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Doug Brown Veteran Member • Posts: 3,946
Why does the E-M1 remind me of the E30?

Because like the E30, the E-M1's ultra sensitive shutter takes a lot of pictures of the ground, off-kilter landscapes and occasional accidental people photos while meerily clicking away behind my back while I'm unaware.

When I first got the E30 it did this all the time.
I'd shoot a concert and come back with blurred audience and media pit photos as it kept right on clicking after I'd switched cameras.

The E-M1's a lot like that.

The above shot was done with the E-M1, 12-60mm SWD at 1/8 of a second handheld (due to Olympus's remarkable 5 axis stabilization syastem)

For more impressions of the camera and a focusing tip for using Four Thirds lenses with the E-M1  - http://torontowide.blogspot.com/2014/03/olympus-e-m1-first-impressions.html


Douglas Brown

Olympus E-3 Olympus E-M1
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