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Old Aug 20, 2010, 10:33 AM   #1
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Hey guys, trying to figure out something with my epl-1, see my post in micro 4/3'rds forum "do we even understand the power of our Olympus cameras", this appears to be viable in the e-30 & e-620 also. Would appreciate any input from anyone who has tried doing this.

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Old Aug 20, 2010, 11:21 AM   #2
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Hey guys, trying to figure out something with my epl-1, see my post in micro 4/3'rds forum "do we even understand the power of our Olympus cameras", this appears to be viable in the e-30 & e-620 also. Would appreciate any input from anyone who has tried doing this.

Thanks Charles
Indeed, it DOES have this capability, Charles. It's right in the menu.
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E-30 manual p. 51-52, 89.
E-620 manual p 53-54, 89

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Old Aug 21, 2010, 5:26 AM   #4
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Hi Charles,

Thanks for pointing out this feature of both the E-30 and the E-620. I really never paid much attention to it but, can see some interesting possibilities.

Here's a link to an FAQ found on Olympus' website that looks like it might just be a bit better at explaining the how to:

http://www.olympusamerica.com/files/...nctions_EN.pdf

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Zig, thanks for the link, I have been thinking of all kind of possibilities with the image overlay & multi-exposure capabilities, but I have been shooting senior portraits 7 days a week for the last 3 weeks & haven't had much time to work them out. Going to shoot kayak'ers going over the waterfall today at ohiopyle(annual event). Maybe able to play with some ideas today.
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Going to shoot kayak'ers going over the waterfall today at ohiopyle(annual event). Maybe able to play with some ideas today.
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Sounds like a great way to spend the day. We have lots of kayakers here on the Cape. No waterfalls, though.

Have fun and hopefully, you'll post a few pics.

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