with your E-M5: even if you only paid $300 for it, it could still be considered to be worth more, maybe? i don't know what the service cost for fixing a sticky shutter would be, but i can't imagine it wouldn't be worth it. in any case, what else would you do? if it only occurs with those very fast shutter speeds, i guess you could just ignore it...Thu, 10.07.2014 14:49 h -- The instruction data for this shipment have been provided by the sender to DHL electronically
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I think you're getting noise confused with the smaller pixel density of the MFT sensors compared to full frame sensors (meaning when you look at a photo shot on a MFT camera blown up to 1:1 there is much more 'no image data dead spots' compared to a 1:1 image shot on FF)MFT, for some reason I find even the base ISO files highly noisy...or maybe its just me who's used to Full Frame...
How is the E-M10 treating you so far? The 9/8 fisheye looks like fun, reasonably sharp in the center with fairly bad edges, still not bad for something that cheap. I have the samyang 7,5mm fisheye, but that is also sharp in the edges and can be stopped up and down (f3.5-22)was bored, bought a little toy
Another trusted source shared more tidbits about the E-M1 2.0 firmware upgrade:
1.?Olympus Capture: software tethering, you can do almost anything from your PC.
2. 2 new art filters : vintage and partial color
3.?Faster EVF response 16ms (improved from 29ms)
4.?Total 16 improvements.
5.?Keystone feature: The good news, It works in liveview and you can use the 2 control dials to manipulate vertical and horizontal axis separately. Bad news, it doesn?t work in retouch mode and you can manipulate only 1 axis on a single image.
very happy with my e-m10 can't think of anything i would miss and everything it does, it does very well. i would've liked the samyang 7.5, but it'd be just something to play around with, so too expensive. i ended up paying ~80?, which is ok for just something to play around with a bit... i'm actually quite surprised how sharp it is in the center, i would've expected far worse!How is the E-M10 treating you so far? The 9/8 fisheye looks like fun, reasonably sharp in the center with fairly bad edges, still not bad for something that cheap. I have the samyang 7,5mm fisheye, but that is also sharp in the edges and can be stopped up and down (f3.5-22)