sirharold

sirharold

Lives in United States Syracuse New York, United States
Works as a Retired
Joined on Jun 21, 2008
About me:

Film Equipment: Olympus OM-1 OM-1n bodies with 28mm,50mm,135mm,35-70mm,75-150 Olympus lens. OM1 and OM2 Winder. Olympus FL20 flash units.

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  • I covered a Div II women's soccer game using the 90-250 & 150mm lens. I had the MarkII set to silent high speed and was impressed at the outcome. No distortion on any of the shots. Yes $200 bucks ...
  • OZ wait till you pick-up the MarkII with the grip. I think you might deep six your M-1 next to the E-5. This is as close to the E-5markii we're going to get to. Focus is tack sharp shooting with ...
  • My MMF-3 developed a odd dimple on the mounting flange towards the body. I found it very odd because I didn't own any m43 glass and never took the MMF-3 off the M-1. So I just purchased a ...
  • I've never seen one but I understand that it's a solid build with very little plastic and no weather sealing. The MMF-3 is light and is sealed for protection. From what I understand it's not ...
  • Replied in The E-620 ...
    Great camera for traveling but don't bring it to the beach or water park. The 12-60mm lens is the best for travel and it's sealed. Have fun
  • Seth I still own a pair of 3's and 5's with my M-1 falling apart I'm leaning on my E-5's.
  • Michael that was a great article of what I was talking about. I can't imagine that was the only incident.
  • Replied in FL-36
    The Fl-36 is a good well made little flash. Just have plenty of batteries charged up if you plan on shooting for long periods.
  • Roger don't know if you go to any college sporting events. Most events have a max length on a lens well the Little Tuna meets those specs here and it makes me laugh. I have to leave my 35-100mm in ...
  • The 150mm Little Tuna is one sweet lens. There getting hard to find in good condition. There's one on fredmiranda.com up for sale $1159 or best offer. I see your having fun with yours.
  • I would think you guys would screw up. Just think of the newbies or wannabes. After they burned a hole in there sensor🤣 I did however catch a guy on the news using a Oly E-5 with the huge OM 350mm ...
  • Replied in A lot of coin
    I grabbed a E-500 in the 2004 or there abouts. I sold that and purchased the E-3 and for a second body I grabbed a E-510 it was nice but the features didn't match the E-3. Shooting sports with the ...
  • Damn Jim that was a lot of coin back then but it was breaking technology. What was the first thing that got you to say I want this? I remember the E-1 was on display with no lens attached and no ...
  • The grip felt balanced in my hand. That's the first thing I noticed when I picked it up. Then I looked at the LCD and the rest of the features. There's two things that make people purchase a item. ...
  • Do you remember the price tag on the E-1 when they came out? I picked up one at the late Circuit City computer outlet. I think the tag read $1500 if I'm correct. The first thing I noticed was the ...
  • Watching the eclipse coverage in Madras Oregon. I spotted a OM 350mm mounted on a E-5.
  • Created discussion thread Solar Eclipse and photography.
    Let's see how many stories we hear about people killing there camera and cellphone sensors without using the proper filters. Who went out and purchased the $$$ filter for there Oly gear?
  • Very nice Dave👍🏼
  • If you find one in great condition grab it. You won't be disappointed in the landscape and Macro colors. Discussion I had the other day on this forum the guy trashed the E-1. The Kodak sensor ...
  • Or landscape shots....
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