Olympus OM-D E-M1
Announced Sep 10, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I thought that the E-M1 II had one fast slot, and a second slower, lower slot. Assuming that the lower slot wouldn't benefit from a card faster than the traditional 600x, 95MB/s, U1 cards I just put one of them in the lower slot, and a 280MB/s, U2 card in the upper slot. I recently picked up a new 95MB/s card, and was curious if it offered any improvement. In the lower slot, both my 95MB/s cards took around 35 seconds to offload 50 LN jpegs. Meanwhile, the upper slot took around 17 seconds to...
Just wondering if anyone has a Sony a7iii and a em1. .. how much better is the a7 ? At the moment I'm considering the a7iii. But not sure if the extra dollars are worth the gains I'm particularly interested in image quality with Good light...Is there much of a difference? ..also focusing etc
Hi guys! What would be the best settings to catch runners in the downtown (for not soo far distance, appr. 2-30 m) to get the best keepers rate? Mainly 1-1 runner on each photo, it's not necessary to catch more runners on one photo. Or at least, it's not an issue, if the other runner(s) are out of the focus and blurred. FYI: Runners are between 12-80 years and from beginners to top. Really different "targets". Weather: sunny daylight but in some cases shadows due to the downtown. I didn't...
Hi, sorry if this has been asked to death before now. I've been a M4/3 shooter for some time now and have built up a nice tidy system surrounding an EM1 MKII & a Panasonic G9, with a good number of the Olympus Pro lenses (7-14, 12-40, 12-100, 40-150 & 300) as well as some small primes and the mighty Noticron 42.5mm F1.2 As nice as the system is, with the latest announcements from Nikon & Canon, and with Sony blazing a trail in FF mirrorless, it got me thinking. Whilst I'm not really...
I have an Olympus OMD Em1 that I enjoy a great deal. However one of my frustrations is skin tones which do not seem to come out natural more artificial especially when shooting in sun light. I generally shoot on auto white balance and set the camera to natural tones. Wondering if anyone else has experience this and has a work around other than post processing? Thank you.
On my E-M1 mk II, only recently when changing lenses and quickly inspecting the sensor to make sure it was clean, did I notice that the sensor seems to be sitting slightly “wonky” for want of a better term. Now, straight off the bat my thoughts were; it’s probably how this particular sensor is sitting when switched off due to the IBIS being inactive. I wanted to ask you guys first and get some opinions, but in a couple of weeks I’ll have the opportunity to pop it back into the store I...
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