Olympus PEN E-P1
Announced Jun 16, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hello, Long time reader and first time poster here. All that reading I did was on body/lens picking however, so I need help with the technique - any advice you guys (and gals!) can give will be greatly appreciated by this very amateur-wannabe photographer! Here is the issue - I took the below photo with my new Olympus E-M10ii + 25mm f1.8 combo and it is just fully of flares, at every single light source! I moved up from an old Olympus E-P1 + 17mm f2.8 combo and that old camera never caused...
Hello, Long time reader and first time poster here (technically I posted in another section of the forum, but no answer). All that reading I did was on body/lens picking however, so I need help with the technique - any advice you guys (and gals!) can give will be greatly appreciated by this very amateur-wannabe photographer! Here is the issue - I took the below photo with my new Olympus E-M10ii + 25mm f1.8 combo and it is just full of flares, at every single light source! I moved up from an...
My daughter is starting to shoot (much better on comp and editing than I am), she's 16. I am going to Italy and she is going to Africa, I know both very lucky, but She doesn't have a set up and I want to help. I am taking my OM-D E-M5 and I'm giving her my older PEN E-P1. I have a Panny 20mm F1.7 and an Oly 45mm F1.8...Big question which lenses do I buy for her? Need one zoom and one figure 14-50mm type. Thanks for the help, Kevin
Greetings everyone! I am an old 4/3 shooter who dipped a toe into µ4/3 with an E-P1 years ago before going onto a photography hiatus. I'm now getting back into photography and bought an E-M1.2 to update my body, with the intent of using my old 4/3 lenses for photography. I see that many things have changed over the last few years, and have been trying to get caught up on the various developments. I had experimented a bit with using the E-P1 for home video years ago, and found that it worked...
Hello. I own an omd-10 olympus camera. After taking some long exposures photos i notice some round dusts fog dusts and a hair dust. using a lens soft cloth i remove the hair and some dust from sensor. After i took a sample photo using a method (that i read in internet) so i can examine better my sensor. And still there is some round fogs dusts around the sensor. I already order a wet wipes for cleaning the sensor but as i searching in internet i read that is risky to clean the omd sensor...
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...
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