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  1. #1731
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    Congratulations kg but don't you dare tell me what you paid for it !!!
    I posted some settings links earlier when Rooz got his, I think it was in this thread if you trawl back a bit.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
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  2. #1732
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    Stunning zoo shots Rooz. Well I assume they were zoo shots
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
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  3. #1733
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Resistance was futile. The battery for the E-M1 is charging now. With the current $200 discount on the 12-40 with the E-M1 I felt compelled. Of course I have to go filter shopping again since I have no 62mm filters, lots of 58 and 72's. Might have to pick up a 62-72 step up so I can at least use the expensive ND's I have. Still will need a polarizer at a minimum. Charge faster you fool battery the light is fading fast today...
    congrats ! you're gonna love it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Phill D View Post
    Stunning zoo shots Rooz. Well I assume they were zoo shots
    thanks phil. it just one of those days where nothing worked quite right. first the big cats with no eye contact and this one which is a great frame, exposure exactly how i wanted but i chopped the top of his head off...frustrating...
    EM1 + 12-40/2.8


    . by .Chris.K, on Flickr
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  4. #1734
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooz View Post
    great frame, exposure exactly how i wanted but i chopped the top of his head off...frustrating..
    Which really goes a long way to proving that you are either human or a rubbish photographer and either way it's probably time to give up photography completely and let the rest of us have a go with us being constantly trumped.

  5. #1735
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    Phil, I found the settings link. There are a few new ones, but as I believe this is my 15th Olympus camera I have learned most of the quirks. Still there are a lot of buttons on this thing. It will probably take a while to decide what goes where. First thing was disabling the arrows from moving the AF point. Also glad the video rec button can be reassigned. Need to look look learn how bulb mode works with live view for my Iceland trip. Northern lights photos are the hoped for goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    First thing was disabling the arrows from moving the AF point.
    Ha ! One of my favorite things ! lol
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  7. #1737
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    Well, I kept hitting the arrows accidentally. Not a lot of places on this camera to touch that do not have a button. Put the 50-200+EC2 on it this morning. Focuses pretty well in good light, not terribly worse than the combo on the E5. Not too tough to handle although I don't feel right even occasionally holding that combo just by the camera grip.

  8. #1738
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    Yep I kept on doing that too!
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

  9. #1739
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    Well, nothing I want to post just yet out of the E-M1, but I am really impressed with the performance and handling. I am even feeling that I might be able to live with an EVF. I will reserve judgement on that until I test some serious action shots. I played with the 'live bulb' view a bit last night. That is a feature which might be very useful for the hoped for Northern Lights in a few weeks. Even decided to rent the 12mm f2.0 for that trip. Every photon will be helpful.

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    . by .Chris.K, on Flickr
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