Olympus E-620 (EVOLT E-620)
Announced Feb 24, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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By: William Warby (1 month ago)
I helped a friend buy a new camera this week to replace his old E-620 with something smaller and lighter. We went for the E-M10 II with two kit lenses including the 14-42mm EZ lens. When we took it out of the box and started having a play around with it, we found that holding the shutter half way down would cause the lens to extend, but after what I counted as no more than 5 seconds (possibly less) of inactivity, the lens would retract again. The problem is that when the lens retracts, you...
I have an e-620 that recently seems to be having issues with flash sync. When the camera is set to auto flash or flash on, all images are underexposed as if the flash is not firing but it is. All images with FL-50 on camera are fine. I have not had this problem in the past, did I change some setting that I do not know about or is the sync system not working. My other e-420 bodies continue to function as expected. Any ideas would be appreciated. e-620 on camera internal flash
By: mrfabio (11 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
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