Micro 4/3 Micro 4/3 samples

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MiguelATF

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MiguelATF

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Just for fun, the first two photos taken with my new (to me...it's really lightly used) 17mm Zuiko f/2.8 pancake lens, mounted on my Pen E-P3. The first taken indoors, of one of my favorite Soccer caps - of the Mexican team from Tijuana, whose mascot is the ancient, tiny Aztec dog, the Xoloizcuintle!

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The second outside our local small-town Oregon post office---

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And here, just for fun, is an iPhoto of the lens itself, on the camera---

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Tilman Paulin

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Sweet lens--didn't realize there were PanaLeica gems from FT era. Too bad they're not very usable on Panasonic MFT cameras(?) :(
Yes, it's the lens that stopped me from buying an Oly 12-100 - or any Panasonic body (well, all my four thirds lenses contributed to that).
Even though I mostly focus manually I still want a somewhat workable autofocus :)
The Oly 12-100 has some advantages (weather sealed, faster, you can buy it new (or "less old used")), but I'd miss those 50mm at the long end...

The Leica Panasonic 4/3 25mm (not m43) is apparently a good 'un.
Yes, indeed. That's the other Panasonic four thirds lens I have.
I compared it to the PanaLeica m43 25mm and preferred the rendering of the four thirds version (which is considerably bigger - a very different lens).
Plus it gives me a fast standard lens to use on the Oly E1 :)
 

MiguelATF

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Just for fun, three differently processed versions taken with the same camera (my vintage E-P3) and lens (the tiny 17mm Zuiko pancake).

The first, taken with the Pen's built-in Pop Art 'Art Filter', which tends to create over-saturated colors, which remind me a little bit of Fujichrome Velvia --

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The second, a monochrome rendition, processed with Nik's Silver Efex Lightroom plugin--

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The third and last, and probably my favorite, was processed with another Lightroom plugin, which was developed by the Irish photographer, Thomas Fitzgerald--

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Tilman Paulin

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Tilman
Just for fun, three differently processed versions taken with the same camera (my vintage E-P3) and lens (the tiny 17mm Zuiko pancake).

The first, taken with the Pen's built-in Pop Art 'Art Filter', which tends to create over-saturated colors, which remind me a little bit of Fujichrome Velvia --

I think I prefer the first one - I just like colors :)

To prove that point - a photo from yesterday's lunchtime walk (this time with my beater/rain camera: EM1 (mk1) and Oly 12-60mm)

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rayvonn

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Just for fun, three differently processed versions taken with the same camera (my vintage E-P3) and lens (the tiny 17mm Zuiko pancake).

The first, taken with the Pen's built-in Pop Art 'Art Filter', which tends to create over-saturated colors, which remind me a little bit of Fujichrome Velvia --

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The second, a monochrome rendition, processed with Nik's Silver Efex Lightroom plugin--

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The third and last, and probably my favorite, was processed with another Lightroom plugin, which was developed by the Irish photographer, Thomas Fitzgerald--

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I've seen the "Olympus Colours" in the old OM 50mm lenses, they have a wonderful unique signature and I can subjectively see that with this lens too.
 

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