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07-20-2017, 07:31 AM - 2 Likes   #1891
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Oregon coast with the Oly 14-54:



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The 12-40 can go really close too - not something I'm used to:



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High resolution image with E-M5ii and Oly 12:

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Summer evening 5 vertical shot pano with the E-M5 and 12-40, fair bit of crop but still 45MP:




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A quick walk with a friend tonight:


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More high resolution images, first with Oly 17/1.8, then with Rokinon 7.5/3.5:



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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
Oregon coast with the Oly 14-54:
Nice shot ! Before I switched to Pentax, I was looking at an Oly E-3, but then I noticed that the K-5 had more features. I was and still am impressed by the life-like quality that come out those cameras...
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I was on my way to the garlic festival over a week ago and I looked down at my feet and saw how I liked how the light was. couldn't really keep the camera stabile enough while taking the shot but I still liked how it turned out. OMD em5ii with the Panasonic 12-32

[IMG]P7300222[/IMG]

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QuoteOriginally posted by Fcsnt54 Quote
Panasonic 12-32
Lovely little lens(LLL)!
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QuoteOriginally posted by northcoastgreg Quote
More high resolution images, first with Oly 17/1.8, then with Rokinon 7.5/3
Good to see. I am enjoying the high-res mode on my E-M5 Mark II though I do find it a bit fiddly and it really only works well either indoors or when conditions are right (not windy, no waves on water, etc) though I guess there may be workarounds for all that. But a helpful feature to have on board, imho.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Fcsnt54 Quote
I was on my way to the garlic festival over a week ago and I looked down at my feet and saw how I liked how the light was. couldn't really keep the camera stabile enough while taking the shot but I still liked how it turned out. OMD em5ii with the Panasonic 12-32

[/url]P7300222[/IMG]
Any reason you didn't open it wide up (just as sharp IME) and gained a couple of stops...?
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E-M5, 12-40 @12mm, f/4
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QuoteOriginally posted by rob1234 Quote
Any reason you didn't open it wide up (just as sharp IME) and gained a couple of stops...?


Good question. Had the camera in aperture priority, tried opening it up a little more but decided against it. It was something with the light and the dof that i preferred having it at f8. It was just a challenge keeping the camera still.


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