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Togna Bologna

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My concert rig

I'm a newbie here but not to Four Thirds. Starting with the E-1, 14-54 and 50-200 for general photography in early 2004, I discovered the music scene in my then-new home in Nevada City, California. Oly has been not so good for low light concert photography but I made it work, eventually acquiring the 35-100mm f/2 lens and upgrading through a succession of bodies (mine just gets older) for better low light performance, culminating now with the E-M5 + MMF-3. The new camera is way better for concert photography than any other Oly body. MF Assist using the EVF is amazing! I tossed my concert rig onto my bed and snapped this pic. Smile for Goofy and he'll give you a Pez candy!

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With the Panasonic 14-45mm it's remarkably well balanced and nicely proportioned.

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I'm a newbie here but not to Four Thirds. Starting with the E-1, 14-54 and 50-200 for general photography in early 2004, I discovered the music scene in my then-new home in Nevada City, California. Oly has been not so good for low light concert photography but I made it work, eventually acquiring the 35-100mm f/2 lens and upgrading through a succession of bodies (mine just gets older) for better low light performance, culminating now with the E-M5 + MMF-3. The new camera is way better for concert photography than any other Oly body. MF Assist using the EVF is amazing! I tossed my concert rig onto my bed and snapped this pic. Smile for Goofy and he'll give you a Pez candy!

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What hand strap is that?

-R
 

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I'm a newbie here but not to Four Thirds. Starting with the E-1, 14-54 and 50-200 for general photography in early 2004, I discovered the music scene in my then-new home in Nevada City, California. Oly has been not so good for low light concert photography but I made it work, eventually acquiring the 35-100mm f/2 lens and upgrading through a succession of bodies (mine just gets older) for better low light performance, culminating now with the E-M5 + MMF-3. The new camera is way better for concert photography than any other Oly body. MF Assist using the EVF is amazing! I tossed my concert rig onto my bed and snapped this pic. Smile for Goofy and he'll give you a Pez candy!

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I like the pop-up flash unit!
 

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High time for me to schedule another portrait session of this little guy:

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Togna Bologna

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What hand strap is that?

-R
It's the Grip Strap GS-4 for the HLD-6. I bought it from the Olympus store for $30. Love it! Very handy when using the Capture camera clip system by Peak Design to carry the camera + lens on a belt or shoulder strap.
 

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You will want the 2250, it is 5cm deeper.
Thanks for your help! Just arrived today! Along with the HLD-6:biggrin:

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Sorry for posting again but just wanted to show how useful this thread is when knowledge is shared:wink: TDP nailed it on the recommendation!:2thumbs:
 

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A pair of stealth bombers!, my mates on the left is taller as he's got the grip attached, mine is (then) less than an hour out of the box! .. Both fitted with Sigma 30mm F2.8 lenses.
 

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I'm a newbie here but not to Four Thirds. Starting with the E-1, 14-54 and 50-200 for general photography in early 2004, I discovered the music scene in my then-new home in Nevada City, California. Oly has been not so good for low light concert photography but I made it work, eventually acquiring the 35-100mm f/2 lens and upgrading through a succession of bodies (mine just gets older) for better low light performance, culminating now with the E-M5 + MMF-3. The new camera is way better for concert photography than any other Oly body. MF Assist using the EVF is amazing! I tossed my concert rig onto my bed and snapped this pic. Smile for Goofy and he'll give you a Pez candy!

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This is a great idea, goofy will help getting the attention when taking kids photos!
 

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Here's my OM-D E-M5, with its current best friend, the Pentax SMC 55mm f/1.8.

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Cool idea for a thread. Enjoyed looking through the pics. Now I'll have to take pictures with mine. :)
 

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With 14-42 kit lens:

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With 20/1.7:

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With 45/1.8:

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With 45-175:

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I should have cleaned the camera better before shooting these. Oh well...
 
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