This image was taken a weekend ago with Brett Morgan whilst fishing. However Im rather happy I packed the OMD which is such a camera system that can be put in any pack pack and still have all your vertebrae intact. A quick run up the sand dunes between fishing casts and here is a classic sunset image to remember on the coast close to home in Mandurah WA.
Well if your ever interested at looking into the Micro 4 Thirds camera system I can tell you from personal experience its a great kit to have in your bag. You can go and read all the pros and cons on any camera system online but if you want a light retro camera body with a menu system that makes perfect sense and like the idea of multiple user function settings at your finger tips then OMD E-5 may be the camera for you. The image below is an 8 image stitch taken at ISO 200 f/8 25mm Pana Leica Summilux (50mm in 35mm format)
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Well after a lengthy break from photography Im back at it. This afternoon I went for a wonder with the OMD E-5 and literally stumble across The Mosman Park Heritage Trails, site 9. What you see in the photograph is the door/entrance to a cave that was quarried out back in the 1850′s. The Princept Family acquired the Chine and reworked the limestone to build a house, cottage and to construct wells. I was more than surprised to come across it considering I have lived in Mosman Park many years ago and have worked in the area for more than 8 years. OMD E-5 DG Summilux 50mm f/1.4
All Pro Canon gear advertised in previous post is sold. Im looking forward to some new toys !!
Well after owning the Canon 1 DX and the Zeiss 21mm T* Distagon f/2.8 for only a few months Im moving on. In other words its FOR SALE. Body and Lens as package with original boxes and purchase receipts as well as a hot shoe Pro Mic, cable release and 4 x 4GB memory cards. You an email me at email@example.com for details or text me 0422 147 630.
Imaging Sensor/Effective Pixels
CMOS / Approx. 18.1 MP
Effective Sensor Size
36.0x 24.0 mm
A/D Resolution Power
Colour Filter Array
RGB Primary Colours
35mm Focal Length Equivalent
2 x CF Type I, II
Large / Fine Approx.
18 megapixels (5184 x 3456)
Middle / Fine
Approx. 14 megapixels (4608 x 3072)
Middle / Normal
Approx. 8 megapixels (3456 x 2304)
Small / Fine
Approx. 4.5 megapixels (2592 x 1728)
Approx. 18 megapixels (5184 x 3456)
Approx. 11 megapixels (3,888 x 2592)
Approx. 4.5 megapixels (2592 x 1728)
RAW & JPEG Simultaneous Recording
-3 to +1 dpt
Interchangeable Focusing Screens
61 AF points, 41 cross-type
100,000 Pixel RGB + DiG!C 4 252-zone TTL metering
Evaluative, Partial, Spot, Centre-weighted average
ISO Speed Range
ISO range of 100-51,200 (L:50;H2:204,800)
Normal ±5 Manual, AEB ±2
1/8000 sec — – 1/30, bulb, sync speed 1/250 sec.
55ms shutter-release time lag (36ms via Custom Function)
Approx. 400,000 cycles
E-TTL II Autoflash
Built-in Flash / G. No.
12 fps high speed continuous shooting* 14 fps in super high speed mode
6 standard + 5 custom
3.2’’ Colour Liquid Crystal display (Approx. 1,040,000 dots) — – 1.04MPix
Integrated Cleaning System
Hi-Speed USB 2.0/ HDMI VIDEO / MIC / Gigabit-Ethernet / PC terminal / N3 terminal
Lithium Ion LP-E4N/LP-E4
Dimensions (W x D x H) mm
158 x 82.7 x 163.6 mm
Weight (excl. battery in grams)
Perth was blessed with crisp clear skies last night and with the Eta Aquarids meteor shower predicted I was out and about with fellow photographer Paul Pichugin. There wasn’t much of a shower however the pre dawn hours tonight and tomorrow may be more rewarding. This image is a 30Min single frame exposure. Im quite happy with it as its the longest single exposure Ive done. Fingers crossed for another night of clear skies and a light show from mother nature. Canon 1DX Zeiss T* Distagon f/2.8 21mm Bulb setting ISO 800 f/2.8