NIKON 100-300MM F/5.6 AiS Samples on a Olympus OMD E-M5
The In Body Stabilization worked like a charm. I typically pick f/11 and just keep it there with long lenses, unless I encounter shady areas. I use Auto ISO also with long lenses in hopes to have a higher speed., unless the shutter is too slow, Then I manually set a higher ISO, as high as 3200 with a +3 or +6 EV to keep the shadow noise down.
This is more of a Photo Post.
Here is a set of Rural Morresville, Indiana. Taken with the Olympus OMD E-M5, I didn’t record the f/stops because, I used f/5.6 for the 1st one then f/11 for the rest. Mainly because I wasn’t wearing my ball cap that I use to help shield the EVF, It was very bright today.
Also I am using new software for editing, Corel Aftershot Pro and CS4 for final tweaking, since with ASP I am still not adj the contrast and Sharpening correct. So excuse any misses in editing… I think they are close though.
UPDATE: MORE PHOTOS
Last few added 6-3-2012…