Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III Image Thread

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Yesterday I got some stellar photos of a Mississippi Kite with the Panasonic G9 and PL 100-400. This morning, he was there again, and I tried the E-M5 Mark III with the PL 100-400. Unfortunately, I only got three shots before he flew off, and I did not get as close, but here is one at 140%. The sun is just over the horizon at his back.

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Yesterday I got some stellar photos of a Mississippi Kite with the Panasonic G9 and PL 100-400. This morning, he was there again, and I tried the E-M5 Mark III with the PL 100-400. Unfortunately, I only got three shots before he flew off, and I did not get as close, but here is one at 140%. The sun is just over the horizon at his back.

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Curious your view on either combination?
I've the Olympus 5 3 and 1 2 and Panasonic 100-400.
Never given the Panasonic a run on the 5 3
 

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I have not tried the E-M5 III before with the 100-400 (except some test shots around the house) and only got off three shots this time. Once I adjusted to the weight on the front, the E-M5 III focused quickly and accurately, though this bird was basically stationary.
 

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High water from our heavy rains last week...
This was taken with my new e m5 mark iii and Panasonic lens.
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Having never been there, this shot is deceiving at first glance, at least for me. I think the streetlights on the left trick the eye that the courtyard below is much smaller than it actually is. However, the benches in the courtyard below instantly snap the viewer back to reality by providing scale.
 

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Summer green...Johnson grass in field.
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@saladin Very nice shots, Jason. The Eureka Tower is one of my particular favourites.
Thanks John,


I was driving in Richmond and looked down this alley/street. I didn't quite get it all centred and symmetrical but in my defence was shooting from the car window, lol. (Im a tradesman so even with the lockdown I have a little more freedom than many , but I wasn't risking getting out of the ute for a photo walk!)
 

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Yay, a new camera! First impressions: it's very light, but sturdy. Love the shutter sound, don't love the EVF poking into my chest when wearing the camera on a shoulder strap.
Image quality is rougly the same as my Pen-F, good colours as usual with Olympus.

I traded my silver 25mm f/1.8 lens for a black one. Seems like this one is a lot less sharp, especially in the corners. Edit: problem solved, I just had to tweak the sharpness settings in DXO.

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