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E-M1 Mark II , Oly 75 mm. f1,8
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Reaching for the stars.

Olympus E-M10 II, Olympus 75mm f/1.8 + Raynox-lens.

ISO 100, f/8, 4 seconds. Cropped by ~2,5 %, edited with Dxo Photolab 3. (Actually cropped a little bit more eventhough not necessary, but for Instagram 4:5 vertical ratio.)

(My webpage is not up yet.)

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The 75/1.8 also does astro, though there is a bit of coma at f/2 to contend with.
From the Coal Sack to the Dark Doodad.
(also posted in astro photos).

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It's amazing how many stars there are in what looks like a patch of dark sky.
 

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Somewhere in the world it is Springtime.
E-M5 II, 75mm at f/2

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E-M1 MkII Oly 75 f1.8
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This lens gives photographers "an unfair advantage" when it comes to making stunning images!

But, my not so stunning images below:
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Some animals. The Meerkat image is an ~2x crop.

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