Olympus PEN E-P2
Announced Nov 5, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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Hi there, First off, I'm not a camera enthusiast or even a casual photographer ... but I did fall in love with the E-P2 way back then, when it was released. I still like using the camera (I like the hefty metallic feel of the body) and I only own the flat lens. As a primary school teacher, I use the camera mainly for recording what's happening in the class. Be it, class photos, student profile pictures, or even recording the odd speech competition and the like. I feel like the camera is...
Hi, I've shot lots of video with OmdEm5 & Pen ep2. Just got an epl5 -- shot some video with an olympus 200mm f/4 manual focus lens -- video is "wavy" -- a little like what you see from heat waves from a distance but not the same. Could this have to do with IS??? Just wondering Thanks
I just acquired a used D3S for cheap and am curious about how fast it writes to its CF cards. I will probably be buying some new CFs for it and don't want to waste money on cards that are more capable (and expensive) then they need to be. Simply said, at what data rate (write speed) does the card delay the camera in emptying its buffer? --TomNikon D3S, D810, D750, Nikon 1 V3, J5Sony a6000IR, a6300, a5100Oly E-P2IRand Lots-O-Lenses
My EP2 was working fine with the remote cable RM-UC1. Halfway through a photo shoot, it no longer recognized the remote and when it's plugged in, the menu is stuck on USB port. Can anyone suggest a remedy for this situation? Any assistance is sincerely appreciated. --Kind regards,Caroline Stokeshttp://www.pbase.com/carolineb
With those tiny little female contacts in the V3 Hot Shoe, I hate to leave the EVF out of the socket. I don't recall getting a cover for the hot shoe when I got mine. Is there an aftermarket V3 Hot Shoe Cover? Thanks,TomNikon D810, D750, Nikon 1 V3, J5Sony a6000, a5100, a7RiiOly E-P2IR, A01 Airand Lots-O-Lenses
By: DrWu (Sep 27, 2015)
Hello! Having used E-M5 happily and effectively over 3 years it started to produce very thin reddish horizontal lines on images. Sensor coming to its end probably. So I bought a new E-P5 + VF-4 just for 399€ and was happy again...about a week. It seemed to work perfectly and produced as great images as my E-M5 had done. In few images I sort of noticed something like curious grain structure or pattern that I hadn´t seen in E-M5 files, but I thought that the newer processor just does something...
I know that my A7R has no Optical Low-Pass Filter on the sensor, but does the same configuration apply to the mk2? I was getting ready to sell the A7R (even creating the ad) and in attempting to copy the features into the ad, noticed the Low-Pass absence and came to a stop! I would assume that the same feature existed on both the Mk1 and the Mk2, but I can't find any mention of it in the Mk2 descriptions (which could also be true if it was not changed). Does anyone know for sure? --TomNikon...
By: slothead (Sep 19, 2015)
I have never used the "Sensor Stick" but would like to know if it is any more 'risky' on the moveable sensor (as part of the IBS system) than the more common cleaning resources (thinking wet cleaning). Has anyone tried the Sensor Stick on any of the IBS sensors? If so, what was the result? If not, what have you used (if anything yet)? --TomNikon D750, Nikon 1 V3, J5Sony a6000, a5100, a7R, a7RiiOly E-P2IR, A01 Airand Lots-O-Lenses
I ordered one of these Fotodiox Tough E-mount replacements the other day and just got around to installing it this morning. It seemed to be a fine and simple replacement... until I tried mounting a non-Sony lens! I have at least three adapters which I use to mount non-Sony lenses (I have Nikon, Voigtlander, Canon and Sigma/C/Y mount), but apparently all my adapters are of the same brand (I never noticed this before - they were just all 'cheap') - Fotasy. None of these three adapters fit on...
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