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Going Light – Micro Four-Thirds in Africa

My timing seems to be perfect. About 20 years ago my eyes started needing glasses. Along came really capable autofocus. Shortly after that, good slide film was getting expensive to shoot. Along came good digital. Last year, my shoulders were getting tired of hauling around big boy cameras and the lenses that go with them […]

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Yellowstone – Winter 2018 with Olympus gear

Introduction One of my bucket list items has always been to shoot Yellowstone in winter. I’m not sure if it’s the thought of seeing the park without the hordes of people or those amazing winter shots you see. But in any case I’ve wanted to shoot it in winter for quite a while now. When […]

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Olympus E-M1 mkII Review, by Daniel Stocker

Thanks to the very friendly people at Olympus Germany, Austria and Switzerland, or in short Olympus DACH, I was able to test the Olympus OM-D E-M1 MKII, the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-100 f/4 and the Olympus M.Zuiko 7-14 2.8 Pro lenses. Oh the M.Zuiko 12-40 2.8 Pro was in the box as well. A big thank […]

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Why I have fallen in love with Micro Four Thirds

Some time ago I made the switch from APS-C sized Fujifilm cameras to Olympus´s mFT System. Don´t get me wrong. Fujifilm cameras and lenses are really good, but for me the system is developing into a direction which is not for me. I am an ambitious amateur/hobbyist photographer and not a pro. Size and weight […]

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