Wouldn’t it be interesting if camera sensors could see more of the light spectrum than our eyes could see? It would open up whole new worlds to our eyes, worlds that have been heretofore unseen and unexplored, and yet they’ve been right under our noses all along.
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A comparison of the Olympus E-1, E-3 and E-5 flagship cameras
This is a hands-on comparison of the three flagship models in the Olympus EVOLT line, which was part of the Four Thirds System.
You can watch the video directly here.
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A comparison of the Olympus E-3, E-5 and E-M1X flagship cameras
This is a hands-on comparison of three Olympus flagship cameras: the E-3, E-5 and E-M1X, which I made so you could see the progression in the design and the features of these models from 2007 to the present time. I own the E-3 and E-5 along with all of the PEN models. The E-M1X was on loan from Olympus Romania.
You may also want to see this post where I compare the E-M1X, E-M1 Mark III and the PEN-F.
You can watch this video directly here.
A comparison of the Olympus E-M1X, E-M1 Mark III and PEN-F mirrorless cameras
This is a hands-on comparison between these three distinctive cameras and designs from Olympus. I hope it helps you as you decide which model is best suited to your needs.
The E-M1X and E-M1 Mark III were on loan from Olympus Romania. The PEN-F is my personal camera.
This is not a paid review. It is my honest personal opinion on this matter.
You can watch this video directly here and here.
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We had one of the few snowfalls of this winter come down on our town (Medias, RO) today, starting at about 4 pm. By 6 pm or so, it had begun to settle on the ground, which is when I took a walk through the town’s old center to capture some photographs.
A cold front is projected to move in, so we’ll have negative (Celsius) temperatures (both highs and lows) for the next several days, which I hope means that the snow will stick around.
That incoming cold front meant that the air was quite chilly, unusually so for a snowfall, and the tips of my fingers did not thank me for not wearing gloves.
It was quite peaceful in the town, with very few people walking around. We are certainly living through strange times…
On the bright side, I am using a beast of a camera these days: it’s an Olympus E-M1X, their top of the line, their “swan song”, which they put out before selling their camera division to Japan Industrial Partners. I have it on loan for a couple of weeks, along with a remarkable lens, the M.Zuiko 25mm f1.2 Pro. That’s the combo I used for these images, and what a combo! Even wide open at f1.2 it’s incredibly sharp, and it focuses so quickly, even in very low light. It is a joy to use and it is a testament, in more ways than one, to the kind of work Olympus could put out when they were still making cameras.
Enjoy the photographs!