The EP1 is a lovely camera. I will (hopefully) enjoy the chance to use it again.I owned that kit for years! All that remains now is the VF1, still sitting around somewhere because I like optical VFs. That was a nice kit though, it felt purpose-built to complement the components.
No, no replacement - SiJy on top of "Day to Day". No reservations about using the same image for both challenges, though. You certainly don't need to maintain separate collections of images (but see below ...).I just want to make sure I'm clear on how all this works; SiJ replaces the Day to Day entries we've been doing, but with tighter guidelines for shooting?
You don't even need to *intend* to shoot that little Ricoh - just carry it I found the GR in hand to always contract a couple of files, almost without me noticingTomorrow is already July! Crikey, where did the year go??? OK, I’m in but I may miss some days. I confess I do find it difficult to maintain daily shooting.
This could work out great as we are doing some hard training. And could use some bodies to rotate into the sparring roundsAlso, if you miss a day, someone drives to your house and smacks you.
I'm in. As a farewell to Olympus, I'll use the "Pancake Lens E-P1 Kit". It came with the pancake 17 2.8, the E-P1, and the VF-1 optical finder. This is definitely out of my comfort zone. A 12 MP sensor and a wide angle lens. On the other hand, the E-P1 is very shiny.
We’re gonna party like it’s 2009!!!
Mine does that. I don't use the IS in the E-P1 so it has no effect although the flashing symbol is annoying. The two axes IBIS doesn't do all that much, and it can actually make things worst if it reacts to the shutter shock. Of course, the E-P5 is a much better camera.I just took delivery of an E-P1. It had an IS-1 error flash so I returned it.
Shiny, nice and pretty good images from 2009.
I was bummed but I used that energy to find a nice E-P5.
Which I will attempt for this challenge. With the 17mm F1.8.