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  • #16
    Re: Hello from Angelica

    Originally posted by blu-by-u View Post
    Welcome Angelica..you just opened my eyes to a very interesting camera. IN other words, I want one!

    Your Flickr photos are impressive!
    I think this little camera was not marketed properly and probably ahead of it's time. There is a lot more one could do with apps on the smartphone and I really see it as a quality extension of my smartphone camera capabilities, (Those are quite decent on my Google-Pixel phone, complete with raw image files) but this adds lenses and remote capability to the equation.

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    • #17
      Re: Hello from Angelica

      Thank you for the comment. I am but a holiday photographer.

      Wonder why that tiny thing is not sold/promoted. Where did you get yours?
      * Henry
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      * Malaysia


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      • #18
        Re: Hello from Angelica

        Originally posted by blu-by-u View Post
        Thank you for the comment. I am but a holiday photographer.

        Wonder why that tiny thing is not sold/promoted. Where did you get yours?
        The Air A01 was really a speculative product designed to piggy-back the burgeoning smartphone market back in 2015. It attached to your phone and you used the phone as the viewfinder.

        But smartphone cameras have improved significantly since then and you still have the challenge of lugging the A01 with lens and then having to connect it all up to use.

        Unsurprisingly, it has been discontinued.

        It's fascinating to the chart the logic behind Micro Four Thirds' history. It was originally aimed at compact camera and smartphone photographers who wanted something better but who didn't feel attracted to the bulk of a DSLR. The historical evidence is that while some of this ambition has come to pass, most MFT photographers, in my view at least, have come from DSLRs in order to down-size. The evolution of MFT camera design has clearly responded to meet that market, perhaps more than the original perceived direction.

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        • #19
          Re: Hello from Angelica

          Originally posted by Angelica View Post
          ..........................Although I live in New Zealand rather than the UK I like the look of this group and want to be part of a community like this.
          I look forward to seeing your posts. I spent 6 weeks touring NZ a couple of years ago and was 'blown away' by the scenery and the huge variety packed into such a small space. Be great to see a 'local's' photos
          Mike
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          • #20
            Re: Hello from Angelica

            Welcome to the group Angelica

            There is a landscape photographer in Wellington that you may have heard of, Laurie Winter. She uses Olympus gear (E-M1 ii IIRC) and her work is simply stunning. NZ has some of the most beautiful scenery I have ever seen, one day I intend to make a long trip to your beautiful country.

            Laurie Winter website

            Look forward to seeing some of your photos,

            Steve
            Old divers never die, they just go down on old wrecks
            Take nothing but photographs, leave nothing but bubbles
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            • #21
              Re: Hello from Angelica

              Originally posted by Wreckdiver View Post
              Welcome to the group Angelica

              There is a landscape photographer in Wellington that you may have heard of, Laurie Winter. She uses Olympus gear (E-M1 ii IIRC) and her work is simply stunning. NZ has some of the most beautiful scenery I have ever seen, one day I intend to make a long trip to your beautiful country.

              Laurie Winter website

              Look forward to seeing some of your photos,

              Steve
              Wow - she is good!


              I'm a novice myself but I really would love to learn how to take pictures like that. I haven't done any traveling with a decent camera yet. I did take up photography a few years ago now, but then my equipment was stolen and I lost interest.


              I came back to it because I realized I was enjoying the camera in my phone, but really wanted to do more. Forums like this are great because people talk about how they did it and what kind of equipment they use.

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              • #22
                Re: Hello from Angelica

                And this is one of the politest photo forums out there, though it can sometimes get a bit rowdy in the Lounge .
                Regards
                Richard

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                • #23
                  Re: Hello from Angelica

                  Welcome to the forum, Angelica.
                  As Richard already mentioned, this is one of the politest photo forums out there and we all help each other out when needed.Either on improvement or otherwise.
                  Enjoy the forum and feel free to ask.
                  André de Wit
                  The Netherlands

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