Neck. Back. Knees. Shoulders. All are aching and all complaining at me for several decades of lugging around improbable quantities of SLR (and, latterly, DSLR) gear. Cameras, lenses, filters, tripods, flashes and all the general […]
If sequels are mostly crass, second sequels are usually doubly so, but Olympus has just made some fairly significant changes to their firmware, which makes it only fair to update my thoughts on focus tracking […]
This is the second part of my first impressions of the new Olympus m.Zuiko 40-150mm f2.8 Pro lens. The first part is here and covers my thoughts on the lens’s usability, design and image quality. However, this […]
One of the deciding factors in my move to the Micro 4/3 system, after several slightly unsatisfactory years with Sony, was Olympus’ impending Pro range of lenses. Having bought my E-M1 with the first of the breed – […]
The eighth instalment of Central African wanderings, composed 4-9 February, 2003. Sent on 11 February 2003 by GSM datalink from Nairobi, Kenya.