Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75 mm F1.8 Lens, Fast Fixed Focal Length, Suitable for All MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G Series), silver

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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75 mm F1.8 Lens, Fast Fixed Focal Length, Suitable for All MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G Series), silver

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75 mm F1.8 Lens, Fast Fixed Focal Length, Suitable for All MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G Series), silver

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With the latest Nikon cameras you should get slightly more detail, but you can’t have Olympus colors! Personally, I again prefer the Olympus here, because the brighter aperture (more than 1 stop of light advantage for the Olympus) allows for more flexibility when in low light and it’s also great for capturing my kid running around, because I can maintain higher shutter speeds.

That being said, manual focusing still feels pretty natural and smooth for a lens that focuses “by wire. Further, this technology keeps the autofocus system completely quiet — perfect for those moments when silence is necessary, like in videography. While the front element may look disproportionately huge, the lens actually takes standard 58mm filters. Spent two weeks there and although it rained almost every day at some point had a couple of days that I was blessed with blue skies and gorgeous clouds.It captures those intimate scenes; those surprises at a moment’s notice; those quick, personal glances. Ok lets try photojournalists where a micro kit is probably closer in terms of the application,still probably less than 1%…lets get real here. Sharpness topped the list of improvements the pancake lens offered, but autofocus was a close second. my main concern is retaining image sharpness and fine detail on extremely large prints, maximum 24×36.

I find that it’s a great walk around lens – paired with a wider lens, of course – for getting close to sunsets, and shooting little details off of buildings. Instead, my ISOs were able to stay well below 1000 and I was still able to achieve sufficient shutter speeds in dim light. There’s too much reach in the 75mm to stay impersonal and it’s difficult to capture a proper landscape at the 150mm focal length. I always found it a bit long for me so it rarely came out except for the rare headshot here and there.aperture really helps to keep the ISO low and minimize noise, which can help when shooting a smaller sensor camera. I’ve used and still use some Panasonic and Canon lenses/bodies but I’ve never taken it as a personal attack since I’ve had my frustrations as well.

This is why bird photographers are able to make jaw-droppingly creamy backgrounds with lenses at f/4.

The black OMD, with its whisper quite shutter, coupled with the 75mm (150mm equivalent) is the perfect live event camera. In low light it will hunt a little but in good light it is pretty solid and the best thing about it is that it is silent. With the weather cooling down in Phoenix I decided to take a couple of trips to the zoo and see if I could use this lens for getting any kind of creative shots of the animals. Hence I used the tilt screen on the E-M10 Mark II, I had my eyes on the tilt screen at my waist level, standing considerably far away from my subject, too far for them to suspect I was shooting them. the general rule on shutter speed is anything from 1 stop to double the focal length of a lens, my question is with Oly do you base that on whats written on the lens or the x2 focal lenght?



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