Micro Four Thirds Double

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Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby aim54x on Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:13 pm

Over the last two weeks I have welcomed two cameras into the kit bag...both of these belong to the Micro Four Thirds system, so here are an early image from each.

Olympus PEN E-P3 + Carl Zeiss Sonnar 50mm f/1.5 (Phottix Leica M to M43 adaptor)
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Panasonic Lumix GF-1 + 20mm f/1.7 (Yes a picture of the EP3 mentioned above)
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Re: Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby biggerry on Mon Aug 20, 2012 1:50 pm

nice cam, i expect a different image every day with a different camera and different lens for say...2 weeks minimum.

I quite like that first image, its a good street shot which has plenty of interest and gets one thinking about what the lady is thinking and where she is going. Nicely captured.
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Re: Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby aim54x on Mon Aug 20, 2012 3:42 pm

Thanks Gerry!

biggerry wrote:nice cam, i expect a different image every day with a different camera and different lens for say...2 weeks minimum.


I think I may have enough of a range to undertake such a task, but the various film cameras will be difficult to capture and post images from on a daily basis. I will need some funding to get a few more camera bodies though.
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Re: Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby Remorhaz on Mon Aug 20, 2012 6:29 pm

biggerry wrote:what the lady is thinking and where she is going


Woolworths was what I was thinking :)
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Re: Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby ozimax on Mon Aug 20, 2012 9:55 pm

Cameron, do you have a quick opinion on the Panny 20F1.7?
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Re: Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby biggerry on Mon Aug 20, 2012 10:08 pm

Remorhaz wrote:
biggerry wrote:what the lady is thinking and where she is going


Woolworths was what I was thinking :)
Remorhaz wrote:
biggerry wrote:what the lady is thinking and where she is going


Woolworths was what I was thinking :)



hahaha... i am rolling on the floor :) :wink: now for bonus points let me now what she was going (did) buy ? :lol:
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Re: Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby aim54x on Tue Aug 21, 2012 7:04 pm

ozimax wrote:Cameron, do you have a quick opinion on the Panny 20F1.7?


I am yet to use it properly on the EP3...but so far I have to sheepishly admit that I suspect the Olympus 14-42 is sharper at times. Nice bokeh on the 20mm and reasonable focus speed. I am intending to use the 20mm on the EP3 tomorrow night so let me get back to you with more info.
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Re: Micro Four Thirds Double

Postby ozimax on Wed Aug 22, 2012 8:16 pm

aim54x wrote:
ozimax wrote:Cameron, do you have a quick opinion on the Panny 20F1.7?


I am yet to use it properly on the EP3...but so far I have to sheepishly admit that I suspect the Olympus 14-42 is sharper at times. Nice bokeh on the 20mm and reasonable focus speed. I am intending to use the 20mm on the EP3 tomorrow night so let me get back to you with more info.


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