EP-2 Does the zoo

ahuyevshi

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I was shooting mostly Film today, so I didn't even thing to bring a long lens.. Longest I had was the Canon 35 F/2. Even with the Crop Factor, obviously not enough reach... Everything but the horse was taken with the 35. The Horse was taken with the 15mm F/4.5 Voigtlander

One Thing I did learn however... I do need my dSLR.. EVF was ok, but nothing beats a Grid OVF... and from a cropping perspective I can get a lot more detail and less fringe out of my 5Ds (1&2)

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ahuyevshi

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Lol.. Sorry... EP-2 for these.... was complaining about the fringe and the jittery manual focus assist function compared to OVF of the 5D..

I mentioned film, because I didn't bring any long lenses because I planned on just shooting film today.
 

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I like the horse one quite a bit and think it worked out quite well.

It would be interesting to see if you might not have gotten better images if you were able to use a made for :43: longer, faster lens...which I know they don't make quite yet.
 

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I think I'm going to be sticking with m mount lenses. The Voigt requires so little post. I can see the leica fascination.
 

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