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Olympus OMD 10........

7 Jun 2015 11:25AM   Views : 713 Unique : 461

Out this morning to take a couple of test shots with my new camera. It hasn't disappointed Grin.....

..... straight from the camera. 14-42mm lens.

...... 40-150mm lens. A pleasant surprise.Smile

No more humping around a ton of glass.Grin
No in camera enhancements used with the shots.Wink
If the weather stays as it is, I'll be off to the lake tonight for a sunset to see how the camera performs in some evening light. Wink

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SlowSong Avatar
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7 Jun 2015 4:32PM
Fab pics.
It's a revelation isn't it, being able to ditch the DSLR and heavy lenses. But I still can't quite bring myself round to getting rid of the big stuff yet. Smile
Dave_Henderson Avatar
7 Jun 2015 4:43PM
Same here Chris, I'll keep the bulky stuff for a while just in case the worst happens!
The only drawback was trying to get to grips with the multitude of menus Blush, I've figured out the basics... that'll do to get started.

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