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Keith Boone Photography

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Olympus EM5 Mk ii

I thought I would show you what I'm shooting with these days. Nikon primes on this camera become manual focus only. I've never had more fun with a camera! Awesome for travel because it's so small and light.

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NIKON D750

24.0-50.0 mm f/3.3-4.5
Aperture
f/8.0
FocalLength
50
Exposure
1/250
ISO
1600
Flash
16
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/250
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 23rd July 2018
  • Uploaded: 1st December 2018
  • Category: Travel
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  • Rangewoman_Inc
    8 months ago
    How much weight difference is there? I know my photo bag can get heavy after a few hours.
    • Keith Boone Photography
      8 months ago
      roughly half the weight of my Nikon d750
      • Rangewoman_Inc
        8 months ago
        That's a lot and probably not counting the lenses you need. Mine is lighter. A friend of mine bought himself an Olympus system camera for the same reason. He's quite pleased.
        • Keith Boone Photography
          8 months ago
          The smaller sensor produces images which in general are NOT of the same quality fro you get from a full-frame camera... but the very best shots can be acceptable. I find it takes more work, or more thoughtful shooting.
          • Rangewoman_Inc
            8 months ago
            That's true. And, as you mentioned, you don't always want to carry around heavy equipment.
  • Michael Flick
    1 year ago
    So true. That's why I switched from Nikon to Fuji, but I use the Fuji-lenses since I'm not good with manual focus :-D. But I love the size and weight of the Fujis compared to my D800 and the lenses are really fine.
    • Keith Boone Photography
      1 year ago
      I would love to have the Fuji system but frankly couldn't afford it. I bought a low cost adapter and I get to use all my Nikon primes - I have the 24, 50, 85 and 105 - all of these work wonderfully on the Olympus, and I kept my D750 for shooting birds and portraits. I think the image quality is better on the full-frame, but with some extra work, you can get good results even from the small M43 sensor.