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When Olympus introduced the original Micro Four Thirds PEN E-P1 almost 4 years ago in June , it was the first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera to adopt a compact, ‘rangefinder-style’ body that made no pretence to look like an SLR. It also saw the company striking out in a direction it’s followed ever since – designing attractive yet capable little cameras that consciously draw on its long-running film camera heritage.

It includes many of the features that made the E-M5 such a compelling package, such as the same 16MP MOS sensor, advanced ‘5-axis’ in-body image stabilization now with automatic panning detection , 9 fps continuous shooting, and tilting rear touch screen. One key change compared to previous E-Px models is a rearrangement of the controls – gone are the thumb roller and tiny rear dial, replaced by ‘proper’ front and rear dials that protrude horizontally from the top plate.

The E-P5 features what Olympus calls a ‘2×2’ dial interface: a small lever on the back of the camera switches these dials from controlling exposure parameters to changing ISO and white balance. If you don’t like this arrangement, the lever can be customized to a couple of other options described later in this review.

This is aided by the addition of an ISO equivalent ‘LOW’ setting, although this will likely come at the expense of some highlight clipping. The E-P5 also offers a fast startup time of just 0. In traditional Olympus fashion the E-P5 gets a few new features compared to previous models. There’s a ‘Super-spot AF’ mode that allows extremely precise positioning of the AF point when using magnified live view, very much like the one seen on recent Panasonic models.

It gains timed intervalometer shooting, along with the ability to assemble time-lapse movies in-camera. The Live Bulb mode, that allows you to monitor the progress of long exposures while the shutter is open, now features an on-screen histogram to help monitor exposure build-up. The image stabilization system is also now always active by default, to provide a stabilized live view feed especially useful when using telephoto lenses.

This is essentially an extension of Art Filters, allowing you to generate multi-image composites rather like the pages of a photo book, in a wide variety of themes. It may not be something enthusiast photographers will use all the time, and arguably better suited to lower-end PEN models, but it’s good to see Olympus continuing to come up with new ideas. The E-P5 comes in three colour schemes; black, silver and white. The all-black version that we’ve shown in this review has a textured matte finish which we expect will be appreciated by street photographers – it looks particularly fine when coupled with the black versions of the M.

Zuiko Digital 17mm Zuiko Digital 45mm Zuiko Digital ED 75mm The camera also comes in a very handsome silver-and-black finish that harks back to Olympus’s classic cameras from the s and ’70s, and a white version with a beige grip.

Olympus will also be offering a limited edition model with a wooden grip, and a range of premium accessories such as leather cases. The E-P5 will be available either body-only for approx. Zuiko Digital mm Zuiko Digital 17mm F1. Hi all Pen E-P5 users I recently bought this camera with firmware 1. Anyone done this before? Cheers and happy shooting.

I recently picked up this camera from my local bricks and mortar camera store. I will be posting a review in a few weeks after I have had time to take some photo’s make some prints and do some comparisons. So far I see no evidence of so called “shutter shock” at the relevant shutter speeds and I am not using any of the special anti-shock settings Firmware Ver. But then again, I never saw them on the E-pl1 either. Something I’m curious about In the studio scene the E-P5 seems unable to resolve the king of club’s hair, something which the E-M10 does easily and the GX-7 too , and in fact the image seems slightly soft throughout.

I’ve not noticed this softness in other images from this camera, but since I’m trying to decide whether to buy one I’d like to know if there is any other explanation! Well, it’s good to hear Olympus got around to trying to fix this issue in the E-P5. I wonder if the same will happen for their other cameras. It is essential to keep it turned off to avoid dreadful double image blur. I have no idea why it’s so much more pathetic than the IS of the E-PL2 poor, but not normally harmful to sharpness except with telephoto lenses and E-P2 quite good at times.

Good news! Just received an info from olympus service Europe that a new firmware 1. As a matter of fact, the metering display bug introduced by FW 1. After the fact is doesn’t help much. While Olympus is working on a fix – I would definitely like to roll back to FW 1. Very frustrating. I agree Paul. I too have observed the same metering display problem on my camera after upgrading to 1. Is Olympus aware of the problem? My discussion with oly service in Germany lead to the fact, that they ackowledged the problem after few hours and said, they communicated it to Japan.

It is all about setting priorities. As long as only few people complain, oly might prefer to work on other projects, whatever the severity of the bug might be. I updated two day ago, and see no problem as described. I updated with the VF4 mounted, maybe that could make the difference,or Oly already made a patch? But, well, the fix is annouced to be released within the next days. You certainly have the original FW 1. The fixed version should be FW 1. Perhaps it is best just to wait now – since it has been confirmed from various sites, oly is really working an a short term fix.

For the time being I activate live histogram – so that a force the camera to show the actual exposure settings. For me the workaround is having the histogram on, and wait for the 1. However Olympus could have made the menu implementation of the anti-shock simpler and lamentable documentation of the feature much better. Thank goodness for various reviews which documented and illustrated how to implement.

The menu system for this camera must be the most convoluted and obscure ever. Unfortunately FW 1. I would be happy if I could! But that seems to be impossible I have never “road tested” the EP5 – but what is significantly different in its mechanism than the EP2 that causes this blurring?

The E-P2 was merely a quick update to the E-P1. Okay, grain boundaries were hit very quickly, but that was not a big issue. I used to have ASA kodak negatives published at A3 – the vagaries of the printing process for all but the most expensive publications hid a multitude of sins – lpi on poor stock and cheap ink was the norm. I now have a PEN an old EP2, no rush to upgrade – and it’s still important to have a range of possibilities when shooting offset litho is much better in the digital age too, so resolution and grain are important.

Of course, I could buy a full frame camera – but I have never liked bulk and don’t fancy lumping those ridiculously ugly plastic bricks about. Its all a happy compromise, as ever. Does anybody remember Kodachrome 25? It was a very slow film that, given a decent camera, produced smooth, sharp slides, with great dynamic range.

That’s ISO 25 folks. The reason we all craved fast lenses was so we could use un-speckled films with greater freedom. That’s the point, wide latitude to shoot.

It’s why we badmouth the odd camera–it takes away our freedom. On an entry level SLR, f1. So here we are, electronic sensors that take us out to ISO without much noise, and a step more with heavier noise reduction that steals a bit of detail. Typical kit zooms nowadays all start at f3. That is two stops slower than f1. Have it all. The standard primes used to be quite inexpensive. The marketing department sticking it to us is what happened On the other hand it is great fun shooting in candle light with my M at ISO or above and f0.

I still use Kodak T-Max in my M4 but film grain is somehow much more acceptable than digital noise. The reduction in the noise of sensors over the last few years increases possibilities of imaging by a lot.

That means the shake problem cannot be fix when sequential shooting. Of course you drop rate to about fps at H Sequential. Now year later E-M1 is receiving a fv4. In any case there seem to be still 2 shutter movements. One before and one after the exposure. Side remark: Despite of extensive testing I have never been able to find clear evidence of shutter induced blur with FW 1. And I don’t see a clear improvement in this respect with FW 1.

Any Ideas or observations? Thanks, Paul. Sensor is then reset via electronic first curtain and the exposure ends in a regular way with mechanical 2nd curtain. I assume that 25ms difference is hard to observe by hearing.

 
 

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I’m not sure if buy E-PL5 again or go to this beauty with the extra cost. I have 17mm f1. My wife will love photo story and wifi connection for her whats app groups she does not have facebook will it work straigthforeward?

The m43 75mm f1. I’d use the 60mm Macro since it’s in the same ballpark as the 50mm with regards to sharpness. Does focus peaking require electronic coupling between camera and lens?? If it’s like the E-M1, I think you have to set focus peaking to a function button. Dig in the menus and reassign one of the buttons to do just that. The camera doesn’t know when your manual focusing with legacy glass, you have to tell it through the function button.

Hmmm -reminds of certain brand with purple spot issues that got high ratings somehow This cameras pretty convenient and the qualities nice. And adapters are ok to play around with cameras, but definitely not convenient for serious shooting. Manual lenses can work fine for sports. Just ask the Sports Illustrated photographers from the ‘s. Just an amazing camera. Mine is in for repair right now as the main dial was not changing info on every click I have no shutter shock issue that I can find, tho.

Tested in all the modes, shutter speeds with MANY lenses I believe this may be a manufacturing or a batch issue I think Olympus needs to be responsible to its loyal customers and issue a statement or fix? BOTH of these situations are widely documented on the web C’mon Olympus I totally avoid the Panoramic auto detect mode out of paranoia from reading about this “issue”. Hi, I have noticed my E-P5 front dial is starting to only sometimes change settings, or do its job, sometimes it does nothing.

I googled it and this comment of yours came up first. What country are you in, and has Olympus given you any trouble over this warranty repair? Have you heard if it is a common problem with the dials going bad? I haven’t seen any shutter shock either. I wonder if it is more common for users who don’t use a viewfinder. DPreview editors, could you please enlighten me us how to activate the tone curve settings? I haven’t been able to get to the secret chamber Page 14 of the review Image Options explains this: However, rather than offering the OM-D’s handy in-viewfinder tone curve diagram, the P5 requires you to press the exposure compensation button, then the INFO button, then use the left and right buttons to adjust the shadow response.

Pressing INFO again changes attention to the highlight portion of the curve. But first, make sure that you have dedicated one of the camera’s buttons to exposure compensation. I am still struggeling. The camera was at Olympus for the second time. They changed the complete CCD unit this time. But the issue is still there. Sometimes I shoot 10 to 20 pictures without any fault. Then out of the next 10 pictures 5 are completely blurred. All with the same lens and settings 17mm 1.

The camera focusses, I get the green focus frame and light in the upper right corner, confirming focus set to focus priority of course , I hear the IBIS working as usual, but the picture is not sharp. Check these pictures, the were shot in a sequence within a few minutes:. I am not sure if this is ‘shutter shock’ or another fault during taking and processing the picture. My test at 42mm 84mm ff eq. A far more comprehensive test in the following link also revealed no such issue whatsoever:.

Any news from the shuttershock issue cameras? I own the camera for 3 months now, but I don’t have a telelens. Till 60mm I don’t have the shuttershock issue when using the right technique of making images That was a lot easier with my nikon D and D ;- But on the other hand, try to make a nice shot with the D and the mm macro attached!

With a shutter speed of it will be quite difficult to make a sharp image. And have you tried it with a mm handheld? No chance all of making a sharp image with shutter speed 80 or so. I’m getting used to the EP-5 now, and to be honest I like it more and more!

Have used the EP5 for a couple of months now and have not experience the shutter shock issue some users have reported. I am wondering if the issue reported may be batch dependent? Goodbye ep5. The blurring of images is totally unacceptable. Too many ruined photos. Shame, loved everything else about it.

I won’t be buying another Pen – they have obviously dropped the ball with the QC on the pen line. Having had the E-P5 for three months, I’ve re-read your review and make the following 2 comments. That setting is for Landscape Panning. For the photos in your examples, the general IS-1 would be appropriate.

If your problem is vertical use IS If horizontal use IS The last length I entered. If I mount a Sigma 30mm, 30mm appears at the top right of the screen. The stabilizer setting remains at 15mm.

Which is why I change the stabilizer setting the match the lens. I don’t suppose this would be relevant, unless pixel peeking is practiced, but if the stabilizer automatically recognizes a native lens, why does the recorded stabilizer setting not change automatically?

The stabilizer focal length setting will always show the last focal length that was manually set. When using a native lens though you should notice that the FL in the bottom right corner is grayed out meaning it’s not being used.

It only becomes active white when using a non native lens. So I read the review. Are you sure that is not caused by Parkinsons? The stabilisation should take care of any roller blind shutter slap. The first of the sample videos is plain over-exposed not uncommon in that kind of setting.

The second sample has no bass in the sound when compared to my SH videos , suggesting the wind shield setting was at its highest. I get the impression the reviewer does not like video anyway. The level of customisation possible is stupendous indeed, yet the P5 does not look as knob-encrusted as my SPUZ. There’s no statement from Oly Singapore as of today after my communication with them but so far the I’ve tried at least 4 sets of the Pen but i’ve not experienced the said shutter shock issue.

I really hope to see the phenomenon yes, in a warped sense. Here is what I got back from Olympus support: “I also saw your second email with the sample images, thank you for sending these samples. Please note that as mentioned on the DPreview article you referenced, this type of problem is not considered a mechanical defect of the camera, and in most case is due to vibration introduced by pressing the shutter button or vibration coming from other moving mechanisms of the camera.

This can also vary by many other factors, such as lens used and way of holding the camera. To reach higher levels of sharpness in critical situations, the ‘Anti Shock’ function available in the Menu that can help reduce this blur.

If you feel strongly, even after using the anti shock function and tripod, that there may be something else wrong with your camera, we encourage you to send this in to our service center for testing, and possible repair or adjustments.

For instructions on how to send this item to the Olympus service center”. Update: Following on the release of a significant new v1. Version 1. Firmware v1. The latter was added to help prevent blurred images at certain shutter speeds – our main gripe when we reviewed the camera. The update not only adds a trigger-only ‘cable release’ mode to its Wi-Fi functions, it also provides a feature to combat the biggest problem with the camera.

The new ‘0 sec Anti-Shock’ option provides a work-around for the image shake that held the E-P5 back in our original review.

Is the new firmware enough to elevate the E-P5 to the select company of Gold award winners? Find out. Olympus has updated the firmware of its PEN E-P5 mirrorless camera, introducing improved Wi-Fi remote control functionality and a ‘0 sec’ anti-shock setting.

The latter should help prevent blurred images at certain shutter speeds – our main gripe when we reviewed the camera. There’s also an update for the Stylus 1 enthusiast compact with similarly-enhanced Wi-Fi control.

Both updates are available to download and install now. We’ve used almost all of this year’s crop of mirrorless cameras, published numerous samples galleries, wrote first impressions articles and reviews, but now it’s your chance to have your say. What was the best mirrorless interchangeable lens camera of ?

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Best cameras and lenses. Previous 1 Introduction. Additional features In traditional Olympus fashion the E-P5 gets a few new features compared to previous models. Colour options The E-P5 comes in three colour schemes; black, silver and white. Tags: review , micro-four-thirds , olympus , pen. Next page. That stuff doesn’t get “rebuilt” if you lose the sidecar file! But I don’t tag my pictures with keywords. In my experience, sidecar files contain raw-image “development” settings and that’s pretty much it.

GPS and other data are contained in the image files themselves, at least in any modern format. I’ve never seen GPS data somehow added after the fact to a sidecar file; nor a “track log” from a phone.

So in the end, the only thing I can see that you’re gaining is keywords; but that’s certainly a legitimate demand on your part. Don’t use keywords, don’t edit images non-destructively, unfamiliar with GPS tagging via phone track logs — don’t get out much, do you? Yes, this is certainly true. But on the other hand you can also be alarmed IF an image becomes deleted or moved when there is also a possibility to check for missing “offline” file.

The next step would be to store a HASH value of the image data and make it possible to verify the data stored on the hard drive. One thing I really like is that I can have at least the thumbnails of all my images always with me. Actually, I DO get out much.

That’s why I don’t have time to dick around tagging thousands of pictures. I have created a directory structure that makes sense and has stood the test of time for a couple of decades. That’s why I don’t need to laboriously duplicate it and continually maintain it in a database. I can’t imagine what file format you’re using that doesn’t support metadata like GPS. It’s platform agnostic and has lots of features a commercial tool would have.

I wanted to use DigiCam as a free alternative to lightroom, but since it doesn’t have virtual albums Collections like Lightroom or Picasa does, I gave up somehow. You tag the files as ever you want, you can have as many you want.

And then you deal with the tags. The album part is the filesystem hiercharcy, so you are always in full control of your files for backup and external management as you please. The digiKam only adds the metadata management for your files. I want to make an Album e.

Therefore, in this example, I have already 3 tags and I DON’T want to add this photo yet another tags just because of album name! I just want to have Album “Best of Summer Family” without additional tags. In Picasa and LR were this just easy to make. I have 50, photos already tagged Picasa and currently i do it in LR and from that on, I want to have albums and then playing Slideshow on family screen. DigiCam does not allow me to do that…as far as I know.

You can make a album called “best of SUmmer Family” and put it in there, and digiKam maintains the three tags to it as well. You can move that file inside digikam towhatever albumb you want. All those others use metadata possibilities different ways to create something. And they are basically tags, with special properties so they itself know “I belong to “virtual albumb”” without calling it as a tag.

For RT, it would probably be best if time is given for the rest of the dev team to pick up the pieces from the past two years. Long story short – lead developer who handled cutting releases has disappeared for extremely long periods of time without a word over the past two years, and while development continued, getting a formal release out has taken a while because the other developers gave him the benefit of the doubt. The nightly dev builds are solid if you’re an English speaker, so the DPR team could review one of the dev builds.

Those who want translations will have to wait for some more things to be figured out. Anyone using on Cinnamon DE?

If it is having issues with Gnome then guessing that running on Cinnamon might be even more of a headache Probably Intel-only. You should be able to compile it yourself or wait for someone else to do it. For example, Debian has digiKam 7. That would be x – no bit support either, though that’s unsurprising in a content-creation app.

Strictly speaking not Intel-only; as far as Linux is concerned, looking at Debian package repositories as an example, there are pre-built Digikam packages for amd64, arm64, armhf, i and mipsel architectures. Edit: The above is about quite a bit older version 7. But camera connections over USB are not supported for all models. I even tried out one suucessfully under Andronix Ubuntu desktop subsystem on Android.

The downloaded version is in the form of an appimage, which is somewhat unhelpful and didn’t seem to run on first inspection. On Windows 10, Digikam crashed while trying to apply simple edits to a raw file. Can you easily send a photo from within digiKam to another program? It is very simple to send a photo to another app from within Digikam. I guess there are a similar option with MAC.

Or you can just select what app to transfer your photo too in the menu. Even better, two different option are possible- one for editing raws and one for the main editing app. TorsteinH: Are you saying that it is not possible to send a photo to the any app I choose?

Probably I am just misunderstanding what you wrote. For example, with Faststone I can send a photo any program very easily. Yes, as digiKam handles all the photos as files in the folders. If you can open a file in file manager to wanted app, you can do so with digiKam. Think of digiKam similar to the way Lightroom organizes your photos. It’s more like the library module from lightroom while RawTherapee is more like the develop module. The former is pretty rare as most programs focus mainly on the editing part.

It is so set up that it opens when you click to edit a raw file, and when you are finished you exit the preogram and it feeds the result jpeg to the jpeg editor, from where you just save and it creates a new version. It is a simple and fast workflow. I use it and love it. And hate it a little bit :- It is amazing to handle really large photo collections, with a very good tagging system. It integrates well darkroom and other raw editors and their jpeg editor is simple but very nice to use.

Hopefully this solves the issues with hugin panorama that i have with the current release. I was surprised to see how stable it is in MacOS. In Linux gnome it does not integrate well but it is better than in earlier times in that respect. Kudos to the team! Have not detected any important bug since DigiKam 6. Some minor bugs have been fixed. I have used it for routine tagging including GPS geotagging from gpx files.

Mostly for my video clips. Congratulations to the development team. The issue with hugin is related to how the sw is packaged in my distro ubuntu In Due to the different security features of the operating system and flatpak, snap, etc, they have trouble accessing the right folders where plugins live.

I will see today how the new release handles this. I transitioned to exporting to a folder the files i wanted and using the standalone hugin, which is more powerful than running just the plugin, but it takes more time. Funny as I use kdenlive and digikam more than any other piece of sw Yeah, hugin and The underlying story: Similar to how RT has fared in the pandemic, one of the hugin dependencies has had continued development but no formal releases.

Ubuntu was sticking with the last formal release of the dependency, and it failed to compile at all in Just not interested in using Ubuntu more than absolutely necessary. Use another Debian spin instead. About changing to a different debian derivative, I guess I will end up doing that one day- but I really like how Ubuntu is layed out and how it works for me, so I will first have to try if vanilla gnome on a diff.

The program is fine once you get used to the interface, but my current trouble is that I can’t seem to get MySQL up and running, then set Digikam to use that versus SQLite, which gets super cumbersome and slow under the weight of a couple hundred thousand images. What do you dislike the most in KDE? However there is a patch you can install that brings things more into line with modern Gnome appearance so you don’t suddenly feel not quite Y2K compliant :-D.

A bit OT, but Mr Bolton summarised it pretty well. In addition to the look of the GUI its use feels like Windows 98, asking for every single action to be confirmed – way too many unnecessary clicks for my taste and it starts to annoy me.

I’m not a fan of Windows any version for the same reason and KDE is even worse. No arguments please; it’s just down to personal preferences as is pretty much everything and choice is always good. What sort of problems are you having setting it up on your “Ubuntu derivative? MariaDB, I tried it and very carefully followed the instructions. I was never able to get it running properly. Now, I’m blaming no one but myself for that as others have it running just fine.

Now I’m on MySQL and from what I can tell it’s running, but again it’s probably not the Ubuntu derivative not sure why you put that in quotes, Jan Steinman, and I have less than zero interest in “Mac OS” but my general lack of database knowledge. Meaning I don’t know how to set up the user account and password and etc. TBH it’s bike shop season and I’ve been so busy with that, as to have not considered setting up the database for a month or two now.

Fortunately, I know people who have gone to school in database design and management my spouse, among others and they enjoy setting up databases yet don’t have the first bit of interest in running a camera. As a Linux frustrato, I’m happy to see this. Now how ’bout something for Canon shuttercounts? Unfortunately gphoto2 can only get the shuttercount in older Canon cameras, up to 5Dmk3 or so, but not in 5Dmk4 or newer. If anyone knows of a solution for newer ones in Linux, please let us know!

Seems like a natural upgrade path from the JPEGs we’re already used to. I know it isn’t really that simple, however. I would like to. Even browsers need beta builds just to display some JXL. I hoped for faster adoption of this format.