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E-M5 with 70-300mm 4/3's lens

Here are few with photos with:

ZD70-300 lens at 169mm, f4, ISO 6400, 1/30 sec.


ZD70-300 lens at 300mm, f4, ISO 640, 1/320 sec.


ZD70-300 lens at 190mm, f5, ISO 800, 1/250 sec.


ZD70-300 lens & EC14 at 202mm, f7.1, ISO 2500, 1/320 sec.


Although this lens is a little slow to focus, it still takes nice photos (but softens slightly at 300mm).
There are more photos with other 4/3's lenses that I'll post in another thread.

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Re: E-M5 with 70-300mm 4/3's lens

They certainly look fat and healthy Ross - no doubt due to your handouts!!
The lighting in No3 is nice.
They have obviously come to terms with the pups?
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Re: E-M5 with 70-300mm 4/3's lens

Healthy indeed. Good quality from the lens - oh and the camera operator of course.
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Re: E-M5 with 70-300mm 4/3's lens

The little red tip on the 3rdpic , is that the birds micophone? lol
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Re: E-M5 with 70-300mm 4/3's lens

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They certainly look fat and healthy Ross - no doubt due to your handouts!!
The lighting in No3 is nice.
They have obviously come to terms with the pups?
They do alright around here & not just from my hand outs. They pinched all the oranges off our tree too.

The afternoon sun can look good for these sorts of shots if a suitable angle & sufficient lens hood is used. Thanks.

BTW, I have taken some photos with the 35mm macro lens very nicely on the E-M5 too (as well as the 14-54 lens) & will post some photos when I sort them out.
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The little red tip on the 3rdpic , is that the birds micophone? lol
Ha ha. No, just Christmas lights that stayed up there. I should take them down now they don't work (& chewed up a little).
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