Micro 4/3 Micro 4/3 samples

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Location
Talent, Oregon (far from the madding crowd)
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Miguel Tejada-Flores
Taken with what can only be described as a vintage lens - my adapted Minolta MD Tele-Rokkor 200mm f/4 prime, stopped down to f/8. The combination of excellent old-school Minolta glass + the rendering of my relatively new Olympus E-M5.3 - is rather interesting.

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saladin

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rloewy

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Taken with what can only be described as a vintage lens - my adapted Minolta MD Tele-Rokkor 200mm f/4 prime, stopped down to f/8. The combination of excellent old-school Minolta glass + the rendering of my relatively new Olympus E-M5.3 - is rather interesting.

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I love the old Minolta MC / MD glass. They made so many good lenses. I believe my first adapted glass was the Rokkor-X 50mm 1.7 - at some point I put it on a speed booster and liked it so much that I bought the 50mm 1.4 so I will have both, which lead to the 58mm 1.4 (maybe my favorite) and the 135mm 2.8 and 200mm 3.5 - only "bad" vintage Minolta glass I have is a 28mm 2.8 Celtic (budget version, I believe). They just made so much great vintage glass, and most of it is still affordable.
 
Location
Lota, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Name
Larry Griffiths
A little Rainbow Lorikeet planning a food scavenging expedition.

Raw files from the OM-1's new sensor certainly lend themselves to post-processing noise reduction. I ran the raw file through DxO PureRAW 2, before importing the resulting DNG file into Capture One Pro 23 for further processing. The light was dingy and the ISO was 20,000.

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scott rawson

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scott rawson
P20 still is the best bang for buck lens for me..just acquired another £110..damn I wish all my other lenses had this magic! Yep heard all the bemoaning of auto focus speed..Don't care..even mediocre images jump at ya!
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