Olympus E-620 (EVOLT E-620)
Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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By: mrfabio (6 months ago)
Hi, I am conflicted:-) I own a wonderful E-620 with this len that I love: Olympus Zuiko Digital Lens AF 14-54mm f2.8-3.5 MK II And cause E-620 was released in 2009, I was thinking to update it with a new one.. So these my options: 1) Olympus E-M1 + adapter + old Zuiko len 2) E-M5 II with new PRO len 3) Olympus Olympus E-5, with the improved Truepic VI and the possibility to use my actual len Factors are total price, benefits of smaller sizes and of course final image quality.. Any...
Hi, I am thinking to buy a new Olympus camera, for substituting my E-620, and cause I have an expensive (was expensive!) len I would like to buy a camera compatible with it. The len is the: Olympus Zuiko Digital Lens AF 14-54mm f2.8-3.5 MK II now the new cameras have micro four third, but I read somewhere that the E-M1 is compatible with it even if without adapter (MMF-3), so my questions: is it true? Or independently by my choice (thinking about the newest E-M5 II too) for me will be...
Oh how I wish the PEN-F had a built-in WB sensor like the E-620 used to have. My workflow is JPEG+RAW, with JPEG for immediate social sharing, and RAW for postprocessing. I'd like the WB in my JPEGs to be accurate. The manual states that for one-touch white balance I must fill the frame with a piece of white or gray paper without any shadows. I am using a set of gray cards, and there is no way they can fill the frame w/o using a macro lens or casting shadows. Is filling the frame really...
Hello All, My Camera: OM-D E1 My lenses: F/2.8 12-40mm Pro, F/2.8 50-200mm with 1.4x converter 50mm F/2 Macro Thinking about the 14-150mm f/4.0-5.6 ii lens ..... Any comments? --Doug BurgessOM-D E1, F/2.8 12-40mm Pro, F/2.8 50-200mm, MMF-3, 50mm F/2 Macro, Olympus E-620, FL-50, Panasonic FZ-1000
Here are two examples of the images from my OM-D E1 with zero PP. I've heard of Expose to the Right, but this is Ridiculous --Doug BurgessOM-D E1, 40-150mm F/4-5.6, 14-42mm F/3.5-5.6, MMF-3, Olympus E-620, 12-60mm, 50-200mm, 50mm F2, , FL-50, and the 2100 UZI Panasonic FZ-1000Panasonic FZ-150
My first 4:3 digital Olympus was the E-510 - almost 10 years ago. Started getting more serious about my photography - then started taking classes and found a used E-620. Liked it too, but what I really wanted was an E-5. After a patient search I've acquired an E-5 and so far am liking it very much. Over time I've built up a small collection of lenses, including the 14-54 Mk II, 50 f2 macro, 70-300 zoom. I'm hoping the collective wisdom here can help with this question - now that I have the...
Hello This was shot with my trusty and old Oly E620 , social gathering in a small concert hall , neon lights , no flash, iso 3200 so I could get a decent shutter speed , 38 mm ( 76 FF equiv ) so as not to be too intrusive, some significant noise cleaned up in neat image , not too ugly because rather "well" exposed . So problem with this kind of event people are annoyed by Dslr's , even if they are your friends ( I knew well most of the people there ), whereas they don't mind smartphones or...
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