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Old Jun 25, 2010, 3:19 PM   #1
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Default Opel Zoo, in Taunus Germany

Went to the zoo today, got to see many different animals. The zoo was founded by the founder of Opel Automobiles. Since it was warm, I can totally relate with the Bores.
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Old Jun 25, 2010, 3:21 PM   #2
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Here is one last set.
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Here are some taken with the epl-1 and panny 45-200mm lens
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Here are some more with the epl-1 with the panny 45-200
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Thanks for sharing, those are a very interesting selection of photos.

Is it my imagination, but the ones that you specified as EPL-1 seem to have more vibrant color. Were all taken with the same camera?

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they were taken with a canon t1i and olympus epl-1. And yes the olympus has more vibrant color, especially in Ienhance mode. That is the jpeg engine advantage that olympus has over all other brands. They really have the best jpeg engine on the market.
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they were taken with a canon t1i and olympus epl-1. And yes the olympus has more vibrant color, especially in Ienhance mode. That is the jpeg engine advantage that Olympus has over all other brands. It really is the best jpeg engine on the market.
Thanks for the info. Yes I agree about the Oly jpeg engine. I was recently reading an article in a photography magazine where the tester was commenting that the Oly E-series jpeg images always came out closer to the raw, and needing less PP than any of the other dSLR brands. Apparently from your experience that also holds true for the Pen series.
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yes, it is true with the pens as well. There are allot of photos I post with the epl-1 that need no pp at all. It is just that good of a jpeg engine.
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