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Olympus OM-D E-M1 The first Micro Four Thirds camera that offers phase detect focusing so you can use Four Thirds DSLR lenses normally as well a Micro Four Thirds lenses.

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Re: Panning with the EM1

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That makes sense. I think it's talking of that ProCap high and ProCap low settings. Yes, that is true to that. The Low only works with Oly's MFT lenses and the High is for all lenses. I have seen the difference when I use the Lumix 100-300 on it vs the 40-150/2.8.
I don't own any Panny lenses so can't comment tbh. However, the real time view vs previous frame view isn't to do with pro capture. The EM1 doesn't have pro capture anyway, and with the EM1-II it's purely the difference between shooting continuous high and continuous low, as it is on the EM1
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Re: Panning with the EM1

That's a pretty nice detailed reply from Olympus. Have you tried the electronic shutter?
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That's a pretty nice detailed reply from Olympus. Have you tried the electronic shutter?
Only once, too much jello effect for me with the EM1. I believe the Mark II is much better in this regard as it has a much faster sensor scan rate.
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Re: Panning with the EM1

Just noticed where you are snerkler if you fancy a meet up sometime you could try out my mkII in comparison. I've not tried much panning so a few tips would be great.
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Just noticed where you are snerkler if you fancy a meet up sometime you could try out my mkII in comparison. I've not tried much panning so a few tips would be great.
Would be happy to meet up, although I'm far from an expert at panning These are some of my recent attempts at trying to get low shutter pans, around 1/25 and 1/15. My aim is 1/8 but I haven't managed that yet

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I've actually got the Mark II, 40-150mm f2.8 and 300mm f4 booked out on the Olympus test and wow in a couple of weeks time so looking forward to trying them out

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Re: Panning with the EM1

They look good to me Toby. I sent you a pm.
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