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When it all works out...

When it all works out...
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Super W/A Ultra-Thin Polarizer on the ZD 11-22mm Lens on my E-330 body. I just ordered an E-420 today (want maximum compact-ness for all day hiking).

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Uploaded: 01-May-2008 05:15 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E330
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Focal length: 11mm
Lens: ZD 11-22mm F2.8
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ISO: 100
White balance: Daylight
Flash: no
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Image resized to: 802x1058

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Very nice shot, Bruce. The polarizer worked well to give saturated colors. Good composition with depths in near, mid, and far fields.

Lee W at 16:26 CEST on 01-May-2008 [Reply]


Hello and thank you, Lee...

I really like using filters on digital cameras, and think that it's still best to "get it right in-camera" than it is to try and fix or jazz it up on PhotoShop.

I am still looking for someone to adapt a Konica 40mm F1.8 pancake lens for me to the 4/3rds mount. I have seen the DIY instructions, and it looks good. Just wish there was someone around who was converting these for you at a reasonable price...

See Ya...

Oh...and BTW, I just ordered the OLY E-420 yesterday. Been seeing high praise for it's IQ being "very close to E-3 quality" and I am anxious to finally have a remote cord-in capability, as well as really small, compact, capable and lightweight". Looking forward to the "Shadow Adjustment Technology" as well....


-= Bruce =-

Bruce Thomas at 21:11 CEST on 01-May-2008 [Reply]


The colors are great !!

Bob Doucette at 19:53 CEST on 02-May-2008 [Reply]


Thanks, Bob...and exactly why I love Olympus over the rest of the flock.

OLY has really good AUTO WB..


Bruce Thomas at 20:35 CEST on 02-May-2008 [Reply]