5.14.2012

Go see Ken Tanaka's article about the Olympus "paradigm shifter" at TOP

http://theonlinephotographer.typepad.com/the_online_photographer/2012/05/olympus-e-m5-first-notes.html

He writes well and, more importantly, I like what he writes.

Gamechanger.  Coming (some day) to a store near you.





6 comments:

  1. After 20 years of really nearly no shooting (before that I took some pics with my Canon AE-1) and some 7 Years with mostly the Canon IXUS 430 (that I clearly see in front to my C-5060 Olympus, because this one seduced me all the time to shoot in RAW and that means 15 seconds of waiting time there!), my personal GAMECHANGER is the Olympus E-PL 1.

    I love my E-Pl 1 so much, that Wolfgang Lonien now convinced me to start my own weblog:
    http://totti1965.blogspot.de/
    Can´t make a post every day, but perhaps one post per month. I would feel so honored if you want to pass by... First post is about selective AF on one special eye. I think Wolfgang and also you wrote about that in February or so...

    I am a reader of your weblog for three months now. Thank you for the work you put in that!

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  2. It's been 14 days since I ordered my Oly OM-D E-M5, and the phone still ain't ringing from Precision Camera....

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  3. Olympus & Leica--a match made in heaven. I wish Olympus had come up with their own 25mm standard lenses for this camera, it would be so much nicer than that big 12-50 kit lens, that seems so out of place on that camera.

    Even a Zuiko 25mm f/2, with the IQ of the 50mm f/2 macro, would have been wonderful.

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    1. Right on the spot Ron - but I wish the same one existed for regular Four Thirds...

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    2. Yes. F2 always seemed like the sweet spot to me, for size vs. speed.
      Seems to have gone out of fashion.

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