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Old Feb 4, 2017, 11:25 PM   #1
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Simple Minds (big in the 80's my teen years) A Day On The Green concert at Rochford Wines, Coldstream Victoria, Australia.
Didn't take the E-M1 & Pro lenses as there are to many restrictions on photography with DSLRs & ILC and what is considered Professional equipment at most concerts and this is left to the discretion of security. So took OM-D E-M10 & 14-42 EZ & hid the small LUMIX G VARIO 45-150/F4.0-5.6 (only paid AU $150 for this lens on special).

Once again happy with the results and image quality especially considering they were shot at ISO 3200 & 6400. I have no issue with noise levels at these ISO settings. Not as as good as full frame but better than my early DSLR cameras and still usable for me.
Would love to have the chance to shoot some concert photos with the E-M1 & 40-150 Pro.

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Old Feb 7, 2017, 3:26 PM   #2
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Hi,
When I first say your photos, I didn't notice your comment about the ISOs used. Then I read the exif data on your flicker site- I was blown away.
These are a great example of how far the sensors have come since the 4/3 days.

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Old Feb 7, 2017, 5:58 PM   #3
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Hi,
When I first say your photos, I didn't notice your comment about the ISOs used. Then I read the exif data on your flicker site- I was blown away.
These are a great example of how far the sensors have come since the 4/3 days.

Thanks for posting,
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Thanks Zig, Sensor technology has come along way. remember my first DSLR (Canon 10D) haveing increased noise starting at ISO 800 and ISO 3200 almost unusable.
With my E-M1 & E-M10 have no hesitation shooting up to ISO 6400 and turn off the camera's Noise Filter setting. Have not used above ISO 6400 very often will have to try higher settings & evaluate the image noise.

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Really excellent job in capturing those photos. The E-M10 may be an "entry level" camera but you really know how to get some terrific shots from it.
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What a great band. Love their music and you got some really good images here.
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