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If it has anti-glare coating on the screen, I want one.
- 2012-04-14T18:33:04+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T18:33:04+0000
If it has anti-glare coating on the screen, I want one.

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I've been experimenting with my newest acquisition, the Olympus E-PL1 cam...
- 2012-04-14T15:40:22+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T17:02:56+0000
I've been experimenting with my newest acquisition, the Olympus E-PL1 camera, and I can say it lived up to my high expectations, image quality wise. The sensor has excellent low ISO image quality, and there I mean resolution and color quality. It has colors of slide film and resolution sufficient for making at least B1 size prints, the same as Canon 5d. Basically, it is a fully capable landscape camera; of course, if you fit it with a lens of sufficient resolution. This means I can give 5d to my wife so she can practice, and I can take this tiny gadget, put it on a tripod and, on a good day, make exhibition size prints. I am slightly stunned, but I always said that four thirds sensors are where the fun starts. Of course 35mm is better, but it's better in the same way in which 6x7 medium format is better than 645 medium format. It's better, but 645 can still kick ass when used properly.
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I took this with Olympus E-PL1, Minolta MD 35-70mm f/3.5 lens and processed i...
- 2012-04-14T16:30:32+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T17:02:23+0000
I took this with Olympus E-PL1, Minolta MD 35-70mm f/3.5 lens and processed in lightroom 4. I did resolution comparisons with my Canon 5d setup and EF 85mm f/1.8. Results? Almost identical, to the level of sensor aliasing, which is more pronounced on the 5d, which creates false details close to Nyquist limit. The E-PL1 doesn't, and thus seems to resolve slightly more. The result is simply astounding - the small pocket gadget resolves as much as medium format film scanned on Nikon 9000. This is no joke. Of course, the camera is a serious pain to use due to its (un)ergonomic layout but still, it's something that fits in my jacket pocket and when used properly, meaning IS off, 2s delay and tripod, it rivals Canon 5d with the sharpest lens. Oh BTW the Minolta lens, it's in fact Leica Vario Elmar R, and stopped down to f/5.6 it is optically so great I could start writing poetry about it. :)
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- 2012-04-15T10:49:30+0000
very nice^^)




An interesting piece of SW that could be an inexpensive solution to my need f...
- 2012-04-14T13:46:05+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T13:46:05+0000
An interesting piece of SW that could be an inexpensive solution to my need for slow motion video. I haven't tried it out yet, though.

Download slowmoVideo .::





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- 2012-04-08T11:05:53+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-08T11:05:53+0000
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- 2012-04-07T21:10:49+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-07T21:10:49+0000
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- 2012-04-03T12:16:07+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-21T07:36:32+0000
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- 2012-04-03T12:28:06+0000
Minolta X-300, MD 35-70mm f/3.5, Sensia RA
- 2012-04-14T18:35:28+0000 - Updated: 2012-04-14T18:36:19+0000
I added some of the older film stuff to the wallpapers collection, that's how this came up all of the sudden. The shots themselves date back to 2004 or so.




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- 2012-04-03T12:06:31+0000 - Updated: 2013-05-06T17:27:21+0000
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- 2012-04-03T12:27:33+0000
Minolta X-300, 135mm f/2.8 MC Rokkor, Sensia RA



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