- Jan 30, 2014
Anyone know when the new E-M1 firmware will be announced and what it entails? Saw some rumors on the 43 rumors site but wonder....
Also from a poster 'O' (presumable someone from within or privvy to info from within)- new art filters,
- faster EVF refresh rate,
- you don’t lose magnify mode when you focus, same with peaking,
- art filters and peaking get BIG evf refresh rate update.
- Live Composite
One other interesting new feature that your source didn't tell you...
Ks meaning the wish for 4K video.O
2 control dials will be used for this.
Forget about those Ks though.
Tethering typically allows you to shoot with the camera while mirroring the output in realtime to another device (tablet/PC etc). This is similar but subtly different than the OI.Share that allows you to shoot with the tablet.What does that mean? You can browse the camera images already from any device with wifi.
It's cool. Haven't gotten to use it as much I would like to (learning how to be any good with jsut "normal" methods first), but here's an experiment I shot earlier this summer, Lightning Bugs in front of an abandoned cabin close to here.Amazing!
That looks really cool. Nicely done for not having used it much.It's cool. Haven't gotten to use it as much I would like to (learning how to be any good with jsut "normal" methods first), but here's an experiment I shot earlier this summer, Lightning Bugs in front of an abandoned cabin close to here.
lake july 2014-3.jpg by sammykhalifa, on Flickr
I wish I had gotten around to doing better, more quality scenes before they stopped coming around for this summer. I was more just experimenting with the cool new feature--kicking myself for not scouting out better locations.
According to one trusted source the E-M1 firmware upgrade will also add the new “Keystoning” feature:
“Keystoning will allow you to fix the distortion you see in architectural images. So buildings won’t “lean”…but the cool thing is you fix it in LIVE VIEW! You can see it as you fix it! Who needs a tilt shift lens? Olympus innovation is incredible.”
That can be a narrow way of looking at it Paul. If you have to use keystone adjustment in post software, then the image will be cropped & hopefully you've left enough for cropping when you took the photo. This way you do it in camera & still save RAW (& JPEG) knowing you've already tried it in Live View & you can also do post editing in other software with confidence. This can be applied to any of the art filters & various settings etc too.I guess only of interest to JPEG shooters. Personally I could do without these gimmicks, but if it helps them sell more cameras, why not.