Olympus OM-D System: Lighter And Better

The small size of the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II, combined with its high resolution and industry-leading image stabilization, make it the perfect choice for landscape photography


    I was wondering about those parameters: It looks like too narrow a field of view for 13mm, unless it’s cropped. And I would imagine f/20 with a m4/3 sensor presents significant diffraction issues.

    Yep! I try not to go over f/8 and sometimes f/16 if I want a really nice “sun star”, but yeah, that’s not going to be the sharpest photo. I also wondered if there’s like zero wind?! 60 seconds those trees would most likely be a bit blurry too.

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