Roger Dunder I finaly dared to take out the olympus on a real shoot! Omd E-m1 Zuiko 45 mm 1.8
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Olympus Germany and the Art team Zolaq created that amazing Lightpainting project by using fifty E-M10 cameras. They used the OLYMPUS Live Composite feature to realize their idea. Just watch the video to learn how it works and what results you get:
Holger: “Here is the very first 4K Photo from a Lumix GH4 on FlickR Explore: https://flic.kr/p/wo3Dr3. I think that demonstrate how good the 4K Photo Modus already is helps to encourage more people to use it. Hopefully we will see more phantastic photos from the new Lumix 4K cameras. Look also at the Framefrab group: https://www.flickr.com/groups/2773891@N24/“
Valentino: “The clip below was entirely shot with the E-M5 MK2 and the zuiko 25mm f1.8. Arrangement is done in fcpx with no further processing. Mostly shot handheld and and with autofocus, sometimes on a monopod. Everything done with the available light on our location. It shows the behind the scenes in a professional accessory fashion shooting in Bangkok. I think it should give you a very good overview of the OMD E-M5 mk2 capabilities. We are generally happy with it for this purpose. Have fun watching and please subscribe if you like! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vqe5jHyJNLU. If you have questions feel free to leave them in the comments.
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