Olympus EPL-7, EPL-8 and EPL-9 Image Thread

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Let's post and show off some ELP-7, EPL-8 and EPL-9 images!
I wil start off with one of mine to get things rolling...
Taken with the Olympus kit lens 14-42.

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This landscape image was shot in a place called Purgatory Nature Park in Texas using my EPL-7 with its kit 14-42 lens.
The camera is pretty neat and easy to carry. Comparing images with it to my Panasonic G6 I would say the EPL-7 has a slightly sharper look to them. Both the EPL-7 and the G6 are capable of producing nice images. One thing I have noticed when shooting with m4/3rds is that the images have a slight down-to-earth gritty look to them, which I enjoy better than those FF images which are buttery smooth, almost to the point of looking fake. Micro 4/3rds images for me come closer to what the world really looks like through my eyes.
Anybody else share this opinion of mine? Or, am I alone in this universe? :)
GR


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Shot with the Olympus 17mm F2.8 on my Pen EPL-7 at the Brooklyn Bridge.
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Let's post and show off some ELP-7 images!
I wil start off with one of mine to get things rolling...
Taken with the Olympus kit lens 14-42.

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Took my Olympus EPL-7 out for a country bike ride and while stopping to drink some water, I took this rural landscape image...
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This is the reason I bought my Olympus EPL-7, to take with me on my bicycle rides. It is just about perfect for carrying with me on my rides.
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Time for another EPL-7 image...
The contrasting red against green, plus those silver posts caught my attention while out bicycling.
The EPL-7 has exceeded my expectations for a camera to take with me on my rides.
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Sarasota, Florida fireworks. Taken from the top of the John Ringling Bridge over Sarasota Bay E-PL7, Panasonic 35-100, Bulb.

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Was taken about a week ago, I'm rather new to the M43 cameras but I rather enjoy how this turned out with my EPL-7
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No email for this place! :)
Took this today while bicycling through town with my Olympus EPL-7.
I am really enjoying my EPL-7 and am so glad I decided to get rid of my EOS-M and picked this jewel up!
GR
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Time for another Olympus EPL-7 image...
This time a door from an old Texas courthouse found itself in front of my camera so I took its picture! :)
The lens was the 14-42ii kit lens that came with the camera.
Cheer!
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Taken with the E-pl7 at dusk. I'm still saving up for a prime Lens, but continually impressed with what the 14-42 kit lens can capture
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Time for another EPL-7 image!
This one is from my backyard, it is a little wind chime hanging on our back porch.
Once again, the lens is the 14-42 kit lens that was bundled with my camera.
GR


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This body has very few mentions in these forums. I just bought one to replace my E-PM2. It is very underrated. I had an E-PL5 and have a E-M10. When I hooked my VF-4 on, it is a mini-E-M10 more than an upgraded E-PL5. I may consider selling my E-M10 because it feels redundant.
 

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Time to post another Olympus EPL-7 image!
This image was taken in a small private garden in Texas.
The EPL-7 has turned out to be a real winner in my camera bag...
GR

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