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Olympus 14-42mm at 42mm.
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14-42mm. I cropped a bit off the right.
Panasonic 100-300mm at 100mm
Panasonic 100-300mm at 150mm.
I'm feeling better now, finally sold my sigma 400 (it was really too heavy to use with the EM5 even though the extra reach was useful at times) and have re-invested the money in the 45 f1.8.
It will be nice to have this little gem nestling in one corner of my bag again
Ah, well done Brian.
I got rid of my two Canon FD lenses (50/f1.4 and 50 macro) and put the money towards the Oly 60mm macro.
There really is no point, unless you feel like experimenting, in using the legacy lenses with this camera, is there. The lens prices are such that one can have pretty much full coverage for a reasonable price. I still have a stable of FD lenses with my Canon T70, but I haven't tried them on the E-M5, even though I have the adapter. I found that on the P1, they created quite a bit of CA. Granted they aren't L lenses.
Btw, I took those shots above without glasses, they were broken. I see now that there was a bit of out of focus.
a bit of action with the 40-150 at 150mm on a really horrid day (for a photographer )
Nice one Brian.
I spent a couple hours at the zoo today and decided no matter what, I would not put the Panny 100-300mm on the camera. Discipline, that's what it's all about. Missed some great shots though.
Great shot Brian - my Oly 40-150mm does not get nearly enough use.
Olympus 14-42mm. These plants are so colorful, I took lots of shots of them today.
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