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  • Re: Birds in Flight Bif EM-5 and EM-1

    Originally posted by brian1208 View Post
    I hate to be beaten by a stupid computer and now have it in the gallery BUT it displays a nice little panel underneath that says something on the lines of - "Copy the code below to display original image in forum" but when I try to copy it I am unable too

    I hate this system!

    Here is the pic but its not come in with its EXIF intact as far as I can see



    I got this one here by using the copy function on the image itself, not on the code box, which was inoperative

    (its a pretty rubbish pic by the way - just something to try to crack the mysteries of posting here)
    Brian, left click the code box to highlight and Control C to copy. Then you can right click/paste in your post as normal.

    David
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    • Re: Birds in Flight Bif EM-5 and EM-1

      Thanks David, another super-star helps a doddery old fool

      That has cracked it!

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      • Re: Birds in Flight Bif EM-5 and EM-1

        Just reading a few comments by Bryce Bradford

        There's a whoooolllleee lotta crap flying around here, so I'll boil it down pretty good:

        The OM-D can ONLY use C-AF and C-AF+TR with Micro 4/3 lenses.
        It CANNOT do C-AF or C-AF+TR with 4/3 lenses via an adapter.

        You had the camera set to High Burst, which utilizes C-AF all the way until you release the shutter, at which point the focus becomes locked until you stop the burst.
        To utilize C-AF, use LOW Burst. The camera will attempt to re-focus for EVERY photo.

        C-AF+TR is worlds harder to use with any sort of success than regular C-AF.
        Regular C-AF is not 100% accurate. In my best experience it pulled off 90% accuracy in a ~30% burst, in my most-referred-to experience it pulled off 87% accuracy:
        http://www.flickr.com/photos/brb_pho...hy/7666546034/


        For best results, use the following settings:
        C-AF
        Low Burst (4fps)
        Single AF area
        IS Off
        Vivid color mode (S+2, C0, RGB+2)

        For a most enjoyable experience, don't *expect* anything to the level of your Canon gear.
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        • Re: Birds in Flight Bif EM-5 and EM-1

          Originally posted by Chevvyf1 View Post
          The OM-D can ONLY use C-AF and C-AF+TR with Micro 4/3 lenses.
          It CANNOT do C-AF or C-AF+TR with 4/3 lenses via an adapter.
          This applies to the E-M5, not the E-M1.
          Brian

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          • Re: Birds in Flight Bif EM-5 and EM-1

            Originally posted by bilbo View Post
            This applies to the E-M5, not the E-M1.
            YES thats right and this thread is Bif EM-5 and EM-1
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            I Lurve Walking in our Glorious Countryside; Photography;
            Riding Ducati Motorbikes; Reading & Cooking ! ...


            http://www.flickr.com/photos/photomagicf1_chevvy/sets/

            the ONE photo album

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            • Re: Birds in Flight Bif EM-5 and EM-1

              Originally posted by Chevvyf1 View Post
              YES thats right and this thread is Bif EM-5 and EM-1
              And your post didn't specify which one you were meaning.

              So I clarified.
              Brian

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