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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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Em1 + 50-200

It was dull as a dull thing today but I had to get at least one shot using the bed mount & 50-200 swd.
Shot through my double glazing.

Just a plain old collared dove but pleasantly surprised at the result.

Shot jpg ISO 500 - 1/400th @ f3.5

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Re: Em1 + 50-200

have you been in my garden this morning?



shot using the EM-1 with 75-300 through my double glazed kitchen window with ISO1600, f8 for 1/250th sec at 194mm

Its a funny old world innit!
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Nice one Brian, to be fair nothing else showed up at the feeders today sadly, I usually get a good mix in, hopefully as it gets colder they'll come back
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likewise on ours, apart from our usual plague of starlings and sparrows
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Re: Em1 + 50-200

Nice detail, this looks an excellent combo.
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Re: Em1 + 50-200

I'm sure the birds will come now that you have your rig set up.
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