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Way home by KatiesLastSong
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Olympus OM-D E-M10 test. Honestly, did know about Olympus cams anything before. So there, that was a lil test of hybride cam stabilisator.
Exps: 1/5s
ISO: 100

Just saying, it was cold and my arms were shaking.
For (so to say) non-mirror cam, it was excellent result. Stab works perfectly. Also. there is "self cleaning" system. Don not need hand sensor cleaning, cam does it by self. There one positive: cam and objectives are cheap and available for amateur users (lenses also cheap.. and so little, as if toy lenses).. As I know professionals also use that. Light weight, comfortable in arms, HD video.

Anyway, as Nikon user for 6 years, not only digital, but analogue.. I'd say, I stay on may way of using Nikon. Not saying about Canon anything, only used analogue EOS 3 (what is actually cooooool cam, if you are shooting on b/w film) and Mark 5 II (what was also cool, but need get used to canon's interface after nikon, just my prob), so I can't give any recommendation about that.

SOO if you gonna shoot any event with Olympys OM-D E-M10 you need to notice, pros and cons. Pros: light weight (if event lasting more than 5h, you don't feel over loaded with extra weight of lenses, flash, batterygrip.. everything is super light), stabi - you can use longer exposure and pictures will be in focus and sharp, cheapness- shooting couple events and you'll buy your cam back, video.
Cons: I do not recommend you to use higher ISO than 500. In bad-lighted pictures you can see some noise quite good. Course, if you use noise reduse in ps.. but you loose your time in editing photos and things like that. As photographer, measuring and saving your time is something what need to keep in mind. As photo-lab worker, can say, big prints, especially in prolab will show all those noise pixels. Also, quality. I didn't shoot same photos with mirror cam, but I am quite sure, about the result, it would be different..if i would use exposure min 250..
Had no time to test star-shooting - nothing to say about that.

So, to sum up, this cam is worth of keeping in mind (omg, especially when you go in your vacation).. Worth of buying. That's my opinion. Thank you.


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kriiimu Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
väga mõnusad pildid (:
ravador Featured By Owner May 13, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Hi there, thanks so much for accepting our invitation to submit your artwork in #Future-Visionaries :heart:
This is a new group and its growing. We would really appreciate if you consider joining the group. :huggle:
BlueIceFairy Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012  Student Photographer
Thank you for watching me :)
Tngabor Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for the fave! :)
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