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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II The second 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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Gone all the way

I was running an EM10MK2 and Panasonic G80, just traded the G80 for a EM1mK11,waiting for the battery to charge,then its dive into the menu time.

Decided while ime looking for the right settings i will run jpeg and E shutter,at least i will not have loads of test images to process and then dump and i wont be building the shutter count for no good reason.

When all the settings are sorted its back to mechanical shutter and raw files.
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Re: Gone all the way

Sounds like a solid plan.. after 15 months ownership I'm still having lots of fun looking for the right settings and loving it ! Enjoy your new camera.


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Re: Gone all the way

It's a very nice camera that's for sure .
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Why are you preferring to use the mechanical shutter rather than the electronic one?

Just interested in your views.
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Why are you preferring to use the mechanical shutter rather than the electronic one?

Just interested in your views.
Not yet sure about how bad rolling shutter will be if i am following a BIF against something like trees.
If i find rolling shutter not to be a problem i will use E shutter.
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Its a great camera I look forward to seeing your BIF photos.
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Its a great camera I look forward to seeing your BIF photos.
Thanks Dave i will need to do better than i did today
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Not yet sure about how bad rolling shutter will be if i am following a BIF against something like trees.
If i find rolling shutter not to be a problem i will use E shutter.
I’m doing quite a bit of BIF since two years and no rolling shutter observed at all.

Just a sample of a duck fast landing across vegetation. Not a great photo but it shows the ability of the focus system to follow the duck and no rolling shutter at all.

https://flic.kr/p/25mUMfo

There are several other similar pics there...
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Is there any advantage to using Electronic Shutter over Mechanical one?
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Is there any advantage to using Electronic Shutter over Mechanical one?
Smoother (no vibration) and makes your shutter last longer i would think.
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Is there any advantage to using Electronic Shutter over Mechanical one?
Its silent.
No vibration therefore no shutter shock
It can go faster. up to 1/32000 vs mechanical 1/8000
and doesn't wear out
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And does not sound like a machine gun. Also no-one knows when you take a photo.................
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And does not sound like a machine gun. Also no-one knows when you take a photo.................
When i had my previous camera on E shutter i didn't always know i had taken a picture
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Are there any precautions or settings needed if using a flash with the electronic shutter
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Re: Gone all the way

Panning with birds in natural environments has never given me any noticeable rolling shutter, but it is a different story with buildings around.

This frigate bird was one of several diving down after some scraps thrown in the Carenage Harbour in Grenada this year: it was taken with the Mii and 12-100 at full extension, and the birds were really flashing by. Bendy houses are quite obvious, and I now avoid electronic shutter when there’s anything in the background that might show this - I think you’ve got to be panning really fast, though.

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