Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II Image Thread

koei

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Sigma 56mm F1.4
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couple more from last week , including a massive crop of the kingfisher leaping (on prev. page)
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having previously used a panasonic g80 and PL100-400 and put them in away due to slow focus issues , I looked into the olympus omd1-mkii with firmware updates with interest . so last week I advertised my nikon gear and sold it all in a day .
Saturday I popped into Chester and bought one , updated the firmware once home and trotted out Sunday to test all the claims to say i'm pleased with the new gear would be putting it mildly so proof of the pudding as they say is hereView attachment 772453View attachment 772454View attachment 772455
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few from this week
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couple from today with a new to me olympus 50-200 SWM only got it this morning love it already
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a few from today with the 50-200 SWM
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some more from yesterday
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some from yesterday . in chronological order literally over in seconds
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this combo does it yet again saw a flock of black headed gulls fighting over something in the water today at high tide , turned out to be a brown rat one picked it up then dropped it again
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A trip in the park with EM1.2 and PL100-400mm just to see what wildlife I could find

Male honey eater
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Juvenile female honey eater
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Water dragon
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Flying fox bat
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Bush turkey
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Drongo eating a very small meal
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Willy wagtail
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I've never seen a pic of a bat wrapped up in it's wings. I presume it does that to retain warmth and to resist rain?
John
These fruit bats and their related variants are the main type we see in Australia and they invariably have their wings tightly wrapped around themselves while resting. As to why this is done....its probably because they aren't wearing any trousers (sorry bad humour). 🤡..... but your theory is probably correct.
 
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