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  1. Re: E-510 IS at 1/250, 1/320, 1/500 - it works !!

    Jens,

    Is it safe to assume that shooting with 283 mm at 1/25 second mounted on a monopod you will always get some lens movement? My tests this morning in IS mode-1 with the E-510 tripod mounted...
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    Re: 510 underEXPOSURE

    Julie,

    This really undermines my previous statements about underexposure. I did another batch of living-room tests with both the E500 and E510 (all the same settings) mounted on tripods with the...
  3. Re: Just saw this ..

    I talked to the local olympus dealer yesterday and he was using a figure like $2000 in the US for the E3. Don't know who he talks to at Olympus but I do know he has an inside track with the...
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    Re: Mothballed In Bremerton

    I really like this shot.

    Clay
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    Re: 510 underEXPOSURE

    I did all my tests in manual mode. But when I set the exsposure to +-0 then it was 2/3 of a stop underexposed. The tests were all at 100 ISO with a blank wall for a target. The reference exposure was...
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    Re: 510 underEXPOSURE

    Sure enough, 2/3 of a stop. Doesn't make any difference using center weighted, ESP. Tested against my Gossen meter which is the gold standard. A sold state device that was tested against my LunaPro...
  7. E-510 IS at 1/250, 1/320, 1/500 - it works !!

    On the way home from the store where I got my E-510 body I took it to a park and tested it with the older 40-150mm kit lens at 150mm. I did about 70 exposures with exaggerated handshake with IS in...
  8. Re: Church Interior (HDR shift-lens panorama)

    Jens,

    Thank you for the history. Fascinating.

    Clay
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    Re: Towers 'n Tanks

    I agree with everyone else. This is a well executed shot. Once again you have put the fog and rain to work in separating the background from the foreground. The selective dodging of the foremost tank...
  10. Re: Church Interior (HDR shift-lens panorama)

    Jens,

    The story you tell about the history of this place calls to mind the history of other tyrants and the great architectual monuments they left behind. The image is beautifull to behold, the...
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    Re: The Bridge That Time Forgot

    Very nice. Foreground has good color and texture and is separated from the background by ariel perspective.

    Clay
  12. Re: Cape Byron Lighthouse, New South Wales AU

    Roger,

    A tour bus isn't something I have much experience with. Venturing on the outside of that white rail could have eliminated the fellow in the foreground but I suspect the rail is there to...
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    Re: The Shires (E1+14-45)

    The light in the first one makes me wonder what sort of PP was applied. There are some dark spots that look like shadows of clouds and there are other dark places that are hard to account for. Did...
  14. Re: E-510 IS at Higher Shutter Speeds?

    This afternoon I ran some high shutter speed tests using the Panasonic Mega OIS system which is the same technology used in the lens that ships with the Leica/Panasonic 4/3 bodies.

    The Mega OIS...
  15. Re: Cape Byron Lighthouse, New South Wales AU

    The lighting on the tower is in portrait terminology short lighting, very short since only the rim is lighted and the rest is in the shadow. It is not the sort of lighting Edward Hopper would have...
  16. Re: E-510 IS at Higher Shutter Speeds?

    I think this could explain a certain level of randomness in the results. Assuming that hand shake is a wave form of some sort, and also assuming that the IS system is always correcting for a...
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    Re: White & white...

    I like white, one of my favorite non colors.

    And where is TonyB2? Not seen anything from him in a while.

    Henk, what happened to your photo with the sheep? Your new icon is intriguing but a...
  18. Re: Iím glad that itís summer here.

    E.B.

    That white stuff at 12,000 feet isn't really snow which you would discover if you tried to walk on it early in the day w/o an ice ax. I took the worst fall of my climbing career on a...
  19. Re: E-510 IS at Higher Shutter Speeds?

    Julie,

    Thanks for all your work on this. I am sure you will take photos with more confidence now having pushed the limits of your hardware. I cannot image needing to test anything longer than ...
  20. Re: E-510 IS at Higher Shutter Speeds?

    Thanks Julie,

    I gave this some more analysis while I was walking this afternoon and found a big gaping hole in my logic. I was assuming that the IS engine does sampling for correction of hand...
  21. Re: E-510 IS at Higher Shutter Speeds?

    Jens wrote:


    "No matter what the exposure time you use, the camera will shake in the same fashion. The camera will sense that and start following the wobbling projected image with the sensor...
  22. Re: E-510 IS at Higher Shutter Speeds?

    Thank you Julie and E.B.,

    I looked at all the images and the appear very sharp. I also looked at some of the images in the reviews shot with the 40-150mm kit lens at 150mm between 100th and 200th...
  23. E-510 IS at Higher Shutter Speeds?

    I am wondering if anyone has tested E-510 IS at shutter speeds above 100th of a second. For shooting with long teles it is important to know if IS E-510 produces a sharper image at 125th, 250th, and...
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    Re: Cable And Conduit

    Looks good. Wires, pipes, white walls, meters. Done some of that myself.:smile:

    Clay
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    Re: Old and new

    Henk,

    I suspect they also produce a fair amount of noise. The old ones look better to me but I suspect that is just because they are a familiar icon.

    Clay
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