Olympus PEN E-P1
Announced Jun 16, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I am planning on doing some infrared photography in the coming days and planning on going for a mirrorless compact converted into either a 720nm or 850nm ir only camera or a full spectrum model. Now I had the chance to try out a friends full spectrum oly ep1 with a 850nm ir filter fitted onto the lens. I noticed the live view had gone dark [due to darkness of the filter] and one could hardly see anything. I had to increase iso to around 800 and keep a low shutter speed to actually see...
i have an E-P1 that I bought when it was first released (2009?), and the 14-42 and 40-150 kit lenses that came with it. I like the size and style of the PEN cameras but I haven't used mine much in recent years do to lack of opportunity. However, I will be going on a cruise this summer and want to take lots of photos and videos. I am very interested in upgrading to newer versions of the lenses, but I am confused about which lenses are the best/newest versions. There seems to be a very wide...
Hello Sony APS-C Forum, I am considering the purchase of a new camera for travel. I want a camera that's small, light weight and very capable for under $1000 for body alone so the Sony a6000 looks interesting. I have been using my Oly E-P1 since 2010 and am now desiring an upgrade in photo quality, focusing speed and video. The E-P1 is very slow with focus and has low-res video. Looks like the a6000 is a winner. My question concerns file storage on the a6000 and how will I move the files...
Hi I have owned an EP 1 complete with a 14 -42 zoom lens as standard, for an number of years now. It has worked well, and I have often used it with my e system lenses, and, the then, required adaptor, to allow the same to fit on the afore mentioned body! So Far so good! In a moment of madness, I bought a Olympus 40 to 150 ED MSC lens, to save always carrying the larger E lenses. That's the back ground, now this is my question, and my problem. the fist time I used the 40 to 150 lens it...
Hi guys; I've been shooting with Oly E-P1 and Canon 60d, and it is time to buy a new camera. I'm a m. doctor so this camera will also be used to record my patients. Budget: 1000-1200 euros Priorities: 60% Stills (indoors, portraits, and few low-light situations); 40% Video (indoor, no uber need for 4k although good 1080p would be appreciated). Detailed 1080p and still IQ are what i'm looking for. Current Glass: Oly 17mm f2.8; Canon EF-S kit zoom 17-55 and 10-18. I'm thinking this is a good...
First off just want to apologize if this has been talked to death here but I can't find anything recent about this topic. I've only been in the M4/3 camp for a very short time period, and while I am loving the versatility and ruggedness my EM1 + 40-150 PRO lens is giving me I often find myself wanting just that little bit more DoF control. I also worry that the 12-40 PRO lens will just exasperate this problem. Being a primarily zoom shooter (I'm lazy) and coming from FF (I know, I know, groan...
hi everybody, when shooting video with the e-p1, what are your settings and/or tricks? (accessories?) am i right that changing aperture and exposure compensation is all i can control in video mode? any comments would be greatly appreciated! fieo UPDATE: can i reduce the noise level (especially when shooting video in low light) by switching to another lens or is it due to the sensor?
By: compositor20 (Aug 4, 2015)
Posted to: Sony Cyber-shot Talk
Please help me, Posted this on sony nex - aps-c forum too. I'm trying to decide between a Brand new Sony A6000 + 18-105 f4.0 vs Sony Rx10 (version 1) (this one will be a used one). It will mainly be used for wedding video (75% video and 25% stills). It will be an A cam (the a6000 is more expensive and im afriad it will overheat.. I have a sony a55 and it overheats a 4 or 5 minutes in direct sunlight; The Sony A7 I sold.. overheated too but rarely. I had a a57 (didn´t overheat) that was stolen...
Hello, my son would love to start shooting macro photos, and, given that I'm not using my venerable Olympus Pen EP-1, I am considering buying the Olympus 60mm f/2.8 macro lens for that purpose and let him use the resulting kit. The only doubt I have: will he suffer any major limitation due to the age of the camera? Apart from speed in general, I mean. What about autofocus? Any problem with the MSC lens autofocus when mounted on the EP-1? Many thanks for your help, feedbacks and...
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