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Weekly 43rumors readers pictures roundup.


Miguel Ortiz
Composición del tránsito completo del eclipse lunar, lunes 28 de setiembre de 2015.
Todas hechas con la E-M1. Paisaje con el 12-40. Lunas con el 75-300, reducidas al 50%.

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This is the weekly selection:

The Mad Hatter Imaginarium
How about photos taken with an older 43 system camera? Like… Olympus E-30… paired with even older OM Zuiko 135mm f/2.8?

Ilya Varivchenko
OM-D EM5-II, M.Zuiko 75/1.8

Drew Reese
An early morning shot from a cave underneath Headstone Rock in Joshua Tree National Park. A quiet place to reflect and look out on to the desert. One can imagine the quiet voices of the early Native Americans. Lumix LX100.

Jim Rinner
Olympus O-MD EM-5 taken with a reversed Olympus 50mm 1.4 on an Minolta 85mm 1.7 to achieve 3.6:1 macro magnification. Extremely narrow depth of field required a 50 focus stacked image! Looking forward to next winter!

Michael Jardine
Out scouting a nice location for the eclipse tomorrow, came across this scene. Not sure if the moon will make it this far in the sky, but would be fun…
E-M1 with 40-150 f/12.8

Joshua Farewel
Golden-Edged Grass
Olympus EM10 & 45mm @ f/1.8

Rune Mattsson
E-M5II + 12-40…/…/20633833700/in/dateposted-public/

Josef Tyska
OMD EM-1, 75mm at f1.8

Tore Hansen
White & Colors
Model: Ine Bredesen
MUA: Melissa Alexandra Andersen
Olympus OM-D E-M1
Olympus M.Zuiko PRO 12-40mm

Gianluca Bertoni
Il Paradiso è qui! Valle di Santa Maria
Switzerland | Schweiz | Suisse | Svizzera Ticino, il più bel cantone della Svizzera
OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5 mark II, Zuiko 12 mm F/2.0

Hannu Hurme
Photoshoot in forest.
OMD E-M1 with M.Zuiko 12-40/2.8

Martin Gallego
Lysandra hispana, tal vez.
Olympus E-M1 + Sigma 150 macro + Flash Fl14

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