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carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
Total Posts: 15962
Country: Germany

ZoranC wrote:
bobbytan wrote:
ZoranC wrote:
bobbytan wrote:
I have to respect your opinion since you own and use the OM-D, but I don't quite agree that the OM-D files are not robust.

What is _your_ experience when processing OM-D RAW files?


I only shoot RAW so I was speaking from a RAW standpoint.

I was inquiring about your experience with OM-D's RAW files in particular as your post was implying you don't own/use OM-D.


Huh? He was only implying that you do own an E-M5, not that he doesn't, which he does.



bobbytan
Registered: Feb 03, 2004
Total Posts: 7581
Country: United States

ZoranC wrote:
bobbytan wrote:
ZoranC wrote:
bobbytan wrote:
I have to respect your opinion since you own and use the OM-D, but I don't quite agree that the OM-D files are not robust.

What is _your_ experience when processing OM-D RAW files?


I only shoot RAW so I was speaking from a RAW standpoint.

I was inquiring about your experience with OM-D's RAW files in particular as your post was implying you don't own/use OM-D.


You must be very new to the OM-D posts/threads. I started this thread on July 1, 2012 and I have posted a lot of OM-D images since then.



ZoranC
Registered: Feb 11, 2009
Total Posts: 253
Country: United States

bobbytan wrote:
ZoranC wrote:
bobbytan wrote:
ZoranC wrote:
bobbytan wrote:
I have to respect your opinion since you own and use the OM-D, but I don't quite agree that the OM-D files are not robust.

What is _your_ experience when processing OM-D RAW files?


I only shoot RAW so I was speaking from a RAW standpoint.

I was inquiring about your experience with OM-D's RAW files in particular as your post was implying you don't own/use OM-D.


You must be very new to the OM-D posts/threads. I started this thread on July 1, 2012 and I have posted a lot of OM-D images since then.

Sorry that I was mislead by phrasing used in your post and that I didn't read all of 100+ pages of this thread before that.



carstenw
Registered: Dec 26, 2005
Total Posts: 15962
Country: Germany

Just to repeat: only a very poor reading would have led to the conclusion that he had no E-M5. He absolutely did not say so. There is also no need to read all 100 pages, merely to notice that Bobby was the OP.



ZoranC
Registered: Feb 11, 2009
Total Posts: 253
Country: United States

carstenw wrote:
Just to repeat: only a very poor reading would have led to the conclusion that he had no E-M5. He absolutely did not say so. There is also no need to read all 100 pages, merely to notice that Bobby was the OP.

We will have to agree to disagree, won't we?

Now that we know you have much better reading skills (or much more time on your hands) than me can I please point out topic of discussion was how malable EM5's RAW files are? Could you please contribute what is your experience with that?



darrellc
Registered: Jan 02, 2005
Total Posts: 513
Country: United States

OM-D with Panasonic 45-175


Assembled Kayakers by DarrellC, on Flickr



darrellc
Registered: Jan 02, 2005
Total Posts: 513
Country: United States

OM-D with Panasonic 16-35/2.8


Becoming Jedi by DarrellC, on Flickr



darrellc
Registered: Jan 02, 2005
Total Posts: 513
Country: United States

OM-D and the just brilliant Pan-Leica 25/1.4


To close closeup by DarrellC, on Flickr



Savas K
Registered: Feb 01, 2006
Total Posts: 4279
Country: United States

ZoranC wrote:
carstenw wrote:
Just to repeat: only a very poor reading would have led to the conclusion that he had no E-M5. He absolutely did not say so. There is also no need to read all 100 pages, merely to notice that Bobby was the OP.

We will have to agree to disagree, won't we?

Now that we know you have much better reading skills (or much more time on your hands) than me can I please point out topic of discussion was how malable EM5's RAW files are? Could you please contribute what is your experience with that?




If you have OM-D photos to post, kindly do so. Otherwise, how about you take your topic and start a new thread?



ZoranC
Registered: Feb 11, 2009
Total Posts: 253
Country: United States

Savas K wrote:
ZoranC wrote:
carstenw wrote:
Just to repeat: only a very poor reading would have led to the conclusion that he had no E-M5. He absolutely did not say so. There is also no need to read all 100 pages, merely to notice that Bobby was the OP.

We will have to agree to disagree, won't we?

Now that we know you have much better reading skills (or much more time on your hands) than me can I please point out topic of discussion was how malable EM5's RAW files are? Could you please contribute what is your experience with that?


If you have OM-D photos to post, kindly do so. Otherwise, how about you take your topic and start a new thread?

Please notice I was merely responding to somebody else's comment about OMD's files and then tell both of us again discussing of OMD's files is _not_ a topic of this thread, if you can. But before you do please go through all 125+ pages of this thread and find every single post that you feel might not be on topic (I didn't go through them but I am sure you could find at least one more beside this one) and ask them first same what you asked me. Once you are done with that do same policing for every thread on this board. Only when you are finished with that _and_ they all follow your request you will have the right to say same to me. Thank you!



owyhee
Registered: May 10, 2008
Total Posts: 463
Country: United States

derrellc, love your kayak image. Good stuff.



owyhee
Registered: May 10, 2008
Total Posts: 463
Country: United States

How about more images and less words.



tol1l1yboy
Registered: Apr 13, 2006
Total Posts: 160
Country: United States


Pontiac by =Tom=, on Flickr



Kingfishphoto
Registered: Nov 26, 2005
Total Posts: 6862
Country: United States

Kind of strange looking tree trunk. Fd 50 macro .
Harry Palmer



michael49
Registered: Jun 09, 2006
Total Posts: 5450
Country: United States

darrellc wrote:
OM-D with Panasonic 45-175
....


Love this kayak shot.

Here's a shot I took in Guatemala with the Pany 14 2.5, they kayak in this shot provides nice scale I think....








jviegas
Registered: Jun 23, 2009
Total Posts: 175
Country: Spain

I've recently jumped to the OM-D wagon from the 5D MkII, and I'm happy cause I am again taking the cam out to make photos, and of course I really like the IQ too.

Here's a couple of shots from Easter in the north of Portugal:





Pana 12-35 on both.



bobbytan
Registered: Feb 03, 2004
Total Posts: 7581
Country: United States

Just like me. Congrats! You should look at the 35-100 lens too ... and then maybe also add the 7-14 so you are covered from 7 to 100 or 14-200mm in 35mm/FF terms.

I do have to admit that the Fuji X-E1 and Sony NEX 7n + Megabones Speed Booster are both looking rather attractive ... but the Fuji has a lot of issues and the Sony NEX lenses are quite big and heavy, and neither offers IBIS, so at least for now the OM-D is still tipping the scales - but only just. I sure hope the "pro" version of the OM-D happens soon as we want and need a better sensor and IQ, etc. to keep up with the Sony and Fuji offerings.

jviegas wrote:
I've recently jumped to the OM-D wagon from the 5D MkII, and I'm happy cause I am again taking the cam out to make photos, and of course I really like the IQ too.

Here's a couple of shots from Easter in the north of Portugal:

Pana 12-35 on both.



Nate A.
Registered: Jun 21, 2012
Total Posts: 249
Country: United States

Some spring shots with 20mm 1.7



Kingfishphoto
Registered: Nov 26, 2005
Total Posts: 6862
Country: United States

Goldfield Arizona. Lumix 14-42 lens.
Harry Palmer



m43ari
Registered: Mar 29, 2013
Total Posts: 5
Country: N/A

Grand Canyon with pan 14-140



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