Autumn - E-PL1 [4 img's]

Boyzo

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Trying my new PL 14-150 on the E-PL1 .. heavy Combo but fine
Great quality from the Lens not forgetting the PL1 jpeg output
Exif in my Gallery

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BBW

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Wow!! So this is just jpeg and with the E-PL1...I've always wondered about how that lens would work. Of course inquiring minds want to know which photo was taken at what mm and all that.:wink:

Do you use it with a tripod at its longest length?
 

bilzmale

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Nice shots - I like my 14-140 for its versatility. Handholding at full stretch is fine with OIS support. No exif on these shots?
 

Holmes375

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Nice set, to be sure. Love that Olympus jpg engine :) You use that zoom lens well.

I'm going to hold out until we hear how the new Olympus counterpart performs before making my decision with this range.
 

Boyzo

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Wow!! So this is just jpeg and with the E-PL1...I've always wondered about how that lens would work. Of course inquiring minds want to know which photo was taken at what mm and all that.:wink:

Do you use it with a tripod at its longest length?

Sorry for late reply BB

Its the best walkaround lens for 43/m43 slowish AF on the Pens but really Ok
Very fast on the 43 L1 tho'

Yes just jpeg ... NO I normally never use tripods even at the long end which is 300mm
max ap was used and 44-100mm for these shots..

Thanks for looking :smile:

exif here
PL 14-150 - boyzo's Photos
 

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