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For the time being I use every free time to go out shooting with my new toy Olympus OMD-EM5. Each time I choose another lens. This time it was the Summicron R 50 mm.

 

The MFT sensor is most demanding and only the best lenses are just good enough.

The Summicron is giving a nice feel and provides a good deal of freedom in processing.

 

Temperatures here a re very pleasant 6-15° Celsius which is very strange for this time. No trace of winter so far.

 

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Hank,

thank you so much for looking into this matter. I am glad it funtioned here. One has to learn a lot with MFT sensors.

 

Paul,

thanks you for inspecting the picture. The bokeh is a surprise for me also here with this sensor.

 

Dee,

yes, grass is always a challenge and not every shot is good. I like this type of grass very much, but it is difficult to get the result you want. I was thinking and fumbling around searching for a backdrop. I am glad you like it.

 

Stuart,

thanks for your reliable short messages!

 

Bill,

 

this is nice and very encouraging what you are writing. Thanks a lot for your support.

 

Hi folks, - clicking the radio button is fine. Thanks

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