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Old Oct 1, 2017, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default Sync IS- It's a Beautiful Thing....

Venus over White Rock Lake this morning, with the original E-M1 and 12-100mm f4 M. Zuiko. ISO 200 and one-third of a second, hand-held at 24mm..



From there, a sunrise series with the same set up..












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Old Oct 3, 2017, 12:19 AM   #2
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The E-M1 is still pretty darn compelling as a body to use the 12-100mm f4. The main issue is the pull on the battery by the dual IS system. One definitely needs to go out for a day's shoot with at least three batteries for safety's sake, but I think the profiles for the camera/lens combination in DXO may be better for the E-M1 and 12-100 vs. the E-M1 Mark II and 12-100. At least, I'm certainly having better results with the E-M1 files in DXO than with the E-M1 Mark II raw files.





12mm..



and from the same spot as the above shot, but zoomed to 100mm, an excellent range to have in one lens..







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G'day mate

A beaut collection of images that show more than 'just' a new lens / camera combo

You comment also about the lens's versatiliity of 'excellent range in one lens' and that is shown here also. Well done

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If Olympus ever decided to release an updated version of the 40-150mm f2.8 Pro, I could easily see that lens including IS to dual sync with the body IS system
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If Olympus ever decided to release an updated version of the 40-150mm f2.8 Pro, I could easily see that lens including IS to dual sync with the body IS system
Agreed

What the lens designers can do these days is amazing - esp when compared with film camera lenses of 20 - 40 yrs ago
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