Jouko

Lives in Finland Nokia, Finland
Works as a teacher
Joined on Oct 10, 2005

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  • Replied in For action...
    and tele(zooms) mix the old lenses with Em1, either version. For wider and static subjects like landscapes I suppose all work fine - when the focus speed is not an issue. Em1's has the PDAF points, ...
  • With Capture 1 you can choose to use the correction or not, and even crop "outside the area", which, with corrected lenses/files, let you go to the edges if needed. Works also well with older ...
  • Replied in Pana 7-14
    Light, compact and sharp... And did I mention light? I don't have the old or new Oly versions, so I can say nothing about how they compare IQ-wise, but the Pana is good enough for me. I have not ...
  • The second one here seems to be sharper... The window glass might be the main reason for the softness. Easiest way (?) maybe to open the window, and maybe hide behind the curtains or something, if ...
  • No glass or other material has a 100% transmission for light. It is just impossible. More lenses, more groups, more loss of light. But maybe better results for the IQ: sharper, less CA, coma, more ...
  • Jouko 'The best camera in the world is the one you have with you when you need it' https://www.instagram.com/jouko.k.lehto/ http://lehtokukka.smugmug.com/ http://jouko-lehto.artistwebsites.com/ htt ...
  • The OM-mFT-adapters are for use of old manual Zuiko etc lenses  from film era. They can't be used with FT-lenses for mFT-body. Get a FT-mFT adapter like MMF3 or something, and with electonic ...
  • The performance is there... I have the 50-200 SWD (+TC14 and TC20), 12-60SWD, 50mm macro and the old PanaLeica 25mm f1.4 in active use. With EM1 mk1 the focusing is about the same as it was with ...
  • Hmm.. Interesting. I have used C-Af for BIF etc animal shots with mk2... Maybe I'll need to give it a try on portraits and low light shots too. Thank You! Jouko 'The best camera in the world is the ...
  • I have used EM1 mk1 for several years, and got the mk2 in February... But for portraits (and even indoor sports, dance in dark scenes etc) I have never had trouble with slow focusing on S-AF-mode, ...
  • On Em1 mk1 the S-AF modes, especially the single point modes, are always more reliable than C-AF. Although the difference (speed and accuracy) depends also from the lens you are using. Cheers! Jouko ...
  • As long as it works. I tried to check if there is still a law (Finland / EU) for how long there should be service parts etc available... Could not find, but that's probably just my fail. I'm quite ...
  • Replied in Yes it is
    I have both and have used them on sports and birds etc... Mk1 is very fast on S-Af and single point focus - good enough for sports like soccer and Finnish baseball. C-Af is not that fast, at least ...
  • A vote for Em1 mk1... Can be found easily, and can do the tricks you need. But for the lenses... For soccer field and cross country you'll need a long lens. The Oly 75-300 or Pana 100-300 would do ...
  • Hello! Are you sure you need the r2-receiver at all? I tried to check the xplorer600, and it seems to be the same as the Godox AD600... And that has a built in receiver. It may be, that those two ...
  • You almost get the all of the head into sharp zone... The rest, how the background appears in the photo, depends on how much distance there is between the main subject and background, light etc. Fo ...
  • For indoors the advantage of F2.8 vs F4... Outdoors the 200mm F4 is usually long enough - just photographed some Finnish baseball (played on around the soccer field like area) with old swd 50-200 ...
  • I'd go there with a flash... But, you won't get usable flash for that with USD 40 ... The flash needs power, if you are outside or on a large high room. TTL is good to have, and reliable on most ...
  • Replied in Godox...
    The larger Godox flashes (AD200, AD360 II etc) sure can be used with multiple camera systems with a suitable sender - and the TT350o can be used as a sender, also the V860IIo... The X1T-o is ...
  • I'd go with a longer one. With those ending to 150 / 175 mm you may get more shots where you can see the target... And, of course there is the Oly 75-300, which is very light and optically on par ...
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