On 5/7/2021 8:21 AM, Wayne Shumaker wrote:
At 5/6/2021 09:53 PM, Moose wrote:
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I have as yet not tried the lens alone @ 300-400 mm for things like Flutterbys.
Should be better, with the shorter focal distances.
In any case, don't expect to try the Oly 100-400 with ProCapL and magically get perfect shots.
ðŸ˜ It's a powerful tool, but with limitations and a learning curve.
Heading Up Moose
Interesting Moose. I remember the testing at 300mm.
The vimeo link did not work for me.
Either things have changed or I forgot how to post Vimeo clips. Try this.
It is integral to understanding, beyond intellectually, how profound the effect
I have not spent much time with GX9 and PL 100-400,
Such a beloved combo to me. I liked the lens on E-M5 II, and even more on the GX9, with thousands of 400 mm shots with
each. It is with reluctance that I pick up E-M1 II and Oly 100-400, bu -, ProCapL and longer/closer reach with the TC.
but I certainly live where heat can be a problem.
NS, Sherlock 😁
I was wondering if the DFD (depth from defocus) has issues with the wavering
I've not noticed that.
Although I have to say, your examples have an interesting painterly abstract
I love the birds, and like a fair number of those "abstract-ish" long shots
I've taken. I keep an eye out for opportunities.
I find early morning before the sun has heated up the landscape minimizes heat
distortion. I hear the worms are better in the early morning also.
I'm a night owl, so I virtually never eat breakfast at home. I lean toward eggs and bacony things on the road - and
don't recall seeing a worm omelette offered anywhere I've eaten.
I did just read about a little kid who are a worm, presumably to impress the two little girls. It was fiction, but I
imagine it has happened.
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/