E-M10 Mark IV images

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Today was the first outing for my new-as-of-yesterday E-M10 IV, and I decided to take some shots comparing it to my E-M1 III. I was using My PanLeica 100-400 on some Burrowing Owls and so I just swapped the bodies to see how the image quality compared. I'm pretty pleased with the results from this little guy.

Burrowing Owls are no more than 9 inches high at adulthood, these images taken from about 35 feet.

This one from the E-M1 III
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Same bird from the E-M10 IV
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Another from the E-M10 IV
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Those are really handsome photos. Kudos to the photographer and the EM10 IV. These Mark IV images are really impressive.

I just ordered the EM5 III and hope that the PL100-400 can do as well on it.
 

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Second try with the E-M10 IV, this time with the cheapy (I paid $59 for it on a refub sale) 40-150 f/4-5.6. Used C-AF with High Mechanical burst...worked fine, particularly on the Parakeets.
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Posted these also over a the Olympus 75-300 image area. First try with the 75-300, and I think it will work out just fine.
The image of the Purple Gallinule chick is with the in-camera 2X digital teleconverter, and then cropped pretty tight. It came out better than I had anticipated.

I added a bit of camera porn at the end.

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OOOPS ..... I posted these in the wrong thread, these were all taken with the E-M5 III, not the E-M10 IV (the joys of having two cameras out at the same time)

Sorry, Hopefully there is a way to move this over to the E-M5 III image thread.


I'm not really trying to monopolize this thread....... I hope others will post pretty soon. I posted this over on the Native Lens forum, but thought I'd repeat it here since it was with the E-M5 III.

Recent tip to a private garden for some pics of spring flowers, bees and dragonflies. It was a breezy day so C-AF on the E-M5 III was the order of the day, and shooting high silent bursts at 30 fps got the best results. The 75-300 with a 16mm extension tube gave a nice balance of distance and filling the frame., but still, crops on all pics.

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