Olympus PEN E-P3
Announced Jun 30, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | Four Thirds sensor
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I had my first outing with a new-to-me set of Olympus Pen FT lenses. The 38 f1.8 and a 25 f2.8, both in perfect conditions. When I came back this evening I went over the ORF files and in most of them I found kind like a banding in the sky colors. It seems that the 25 is more affected by it than the 38 but both have it in the raw file. I exported some of them to jpg and the banding went away but it makes me wonder. I always thought that banding is more an issue with modern, software corrected...
I'm about to attend a wedding as a guest where the photographer has specified in his contract "no professional grade equipment is allowed" for guests. I'm looking at maybe getting a used Olympus E-P3 or E-P5 and mounting my 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 EZ Pancake Lens and hoping I don't suffer the embarrassment of getting called down for it. Questions: Aside from the extra four megapixel in the E-P5 , how do the cameras compare in low light situations? Any differences in sharpness? Dynamic range? Image...
By: gipas (Apr 2, 2017)
Hello there, I was pondering to replace (not in the near future), my "old" G6 with a new m4/3 body which must be environmentally sealed. Long story short: all in all, looking at what the available camera offers at this moment, I've thought that the G80, for me and my needs, is the best overall compromise. BUT, this morning, having some spare minutes to burn on the web, I was just checking on the DXO Mark website how the G80 performs compared to what I already have (G6 and E-PL5) and, to my...
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...
Hi All, I have a good old Olympus E-P3 body. When in-body stabilizer is ON, what happens, when I attach an OIS (Pana) lens on it? Will it turn off the lens IS / the in-body IS / different scenario? Is there a way to tell the camera what to do in such a situation? Thanks, Peter ----------------------------------------------------http://peterdegay.wix.com/photos
By: NinjaNymo (Sep 12, 2016)
Posted to: Adapted Lens Talk
So my Helios 44-2 just arrived from Ukraine, more specific this one. I have two adapters, one for Canon EF and one for MFT. However, no matter how hard I try, I can't seem to get anything in focus using an Oly E-P3 or a Canon 500D. Here is a video I shot with the 44-2 on the 500D pulling focus from 0.5m to infinity (or the other way around, I can't remember) on f/16. The focus ring does make the lens extend, but still doesn't put anything in focus. What do you think? What else can I check or...
Been using the minor 4/3 format since my PEN EP3 i finally upgraded to the OMD EM5 MII. Finally i have a camera that is somewhat capable of shooting video. What are some settings you "guys" suggest using. I am new to shutting video on a SLR / M4/3 format. In my research i am seeing that some people say use shutter mode and double your frame rate for shutter speed. Some people say use P mode instead. I am assuming the closest mode to auto to take video would be P mode something i can just...
Hi everyone. I just bought an old Olympus F280 flash, for the ill-fated OM77AF camera. The flash itself is in good condition and works. It has no problems being triggered on my E-P3 and Pentax Q, but for some reason it simply will not fire on my E-M1. I've already tried the three settings on the back of the flash (super FP, manual, auto) and most of the E-M1 settings too, to no avail. Does anyone have any suggestions or some insight that they could share? Thanks in advance. --"Chase the light...
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