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Lake District first serious go with the E-1.

Despite having problems (operator error) and it being very wet these are the first from our trip a week ago.

















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Re: Lake District first serious go with the E-1.

Some interesting colours there Peter, nicely spotted. I bet you wish the lake was still though in shot #5, that would have made for a cracking shot.

Are you enjoying the E-1...? What's your impressions...?
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Re: Lake District first serious go with the E-1.

Thanks John.

For 6mp it is a cracking camera. I have noticed that people who master it produce photos of quality compared to cameras of twice the pixel count.
If you consider I was hand holding and a fault with the camera settings (me) it was taking up to 5 seconds to actuate they are not bad.I also admit to producing a lot of very blurred ones as well.
Absolutely ideal to learn on, and progress the photographic knowledge.
If I stick with landscapes then this little beauty will enable me not to have to think of changing cameras for some while.
While we were away I met a chap in Coniston with an E-1 plus 35mm macro and of course (over a glass of Vino Blanc) we discussed the various merits etc, he was of the opinion that for landscapes or macro the E-1 meets all requirements although we both said perhaps an E-3 would be essential for other subject matter.
He was unaware of this site so hopefully we will have another member.
I have loads more piccies to sort so I will post the best when I get the chance.

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