Jonas Palm

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Joined on Jun 18, 2002

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  • I own the PL 25f1.4 It's great even wide open over a large central area, and weighs 200g. I'm quite satisfied. I wouldn't be surprised if the Olympus is an awesome performer, but all the good m43 ...
  • Replied in It's a dude.
    I have to defend the man here - he is not starting thread after thread to "ram something down our throats". He responds to erroneous statements i.e. misinformation. Big difference.
  • I'm very interested in a better sensor on the new E-M1! Olympus should simply buy the good stuff from Sony Although I admit that a face recognition system that actually recognized faces would be ...
  • Not manufacturing, since better tech is available from small sensors up to 35mm. If Panasonic/Olympus wanted to, they would simply order it from Sony, (or something further refined that is still ...
  • Congrats! My girls move like ferrets on amphetamine, you're bound to appreciate the speed of the E-M1! In many ways it is a lovelycamera, with a plethora of nice lens options. Indeed, kids maka a ...
  • The 12-40 is great from center to edge even at f2.8. DOF extends nicely away from the focal plane AS well, so you can confidently pu focus on the front line if double. My other favourite is the ...
  • Why do the people who enjoy clarity in images have to justify themselves? I've always liked seeing an image and getting sucked in, exploring, gazing through the window created by the photographer ...
  • Both are severely sensor limited on their respective systems. The degree of which can be somewhat appreciated by looking at the 50MP multi shot resolution sharts in the Pen-F review versus the ...
  • Liked the softness and the ambiguity of your image. And I used to own and use that camera lens combination a lot. I don't own the E-M5 anymore. But that combination of camera and lens match ...
  • I wouldn't dare make a statement in terms of mtf50 lpph. This particular use case is one where you can use however high resolution you can get because what the viewer is actually looking at is a ...
  • First off, what is commonly described with those "lines" numbers is mtf50 values. Detail is visible at finer levels, the sensor resolution ultimately being limiting. The latest subject I shot where ...
  • A property of discussions on anonymous internet forums is that people are judged by the clarity and quality of their arguments, rather than by their status, age, race, gender, looks, money spent ...
  • http://egami.blog.so-net.ne.jp/2013-06-14
  • Yes we have, and the performance seemed excellent. I'm holding back on the 40-150 f2.8, because the patented 50-200 f4 (or something similar) would suit me much better.
  • The reason why putting a teleconverter on the 40-150 f2.8 is not equivalent is that enlarges the center part of the image circle 1.4 times, or put another way, the resulting 56-210 f4.0 covers an ...
  • Replied in I can.
    Since I do a fair bit of shootong with primes, I sometimes crop almost half the image (linear) ending up with 4-5 MP. Largest prints are 100x70cm, but that's unusual. I do a fair bit of 70x50 cm. ...
  • Replied in I can.
    Though of course these tiny steps such as between 2500 and 2700 doesn't make much discernable difference, taking real steps up from the current status quo in m43 does make a real difference. ...
  • I have no issue with giving up two stops of light sensitivity in exchange for smaller gear. Nor do I mind giving up a bit of DOF control, I'm an old shooter of larger formats, shallow DOF has been ...
  • From a consumer point of view, I find that graph depressing. If I want A7rii levels of resolution, I can either buy it now, or wait until 2040 and buy it from Olympus. Also interesting that this is ...
  • That iMac 5k monitor has 16million or so RGB-pixels! So it's substantially higher res than current m43. It's glorious. :-)
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