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Monday, March 18, 2019

Five Frames, E.Zuiko 150mm F4, Handheld

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Olympus E-P5, E.Zuiko Auto-T 150mm F4

#VintageLensTest - Five frames with the E.Zuiko Auto-T 150mm F4, handheld tele shots, reverse light painting mode.

A fun post with the images shot on the Zuiko FT 150mm F4, or officially the E.Zuiko Auto-T 150mm F4 lens. I had the lens mounted on the Olympus E-P5, and instead of using a tripod, decided to do a handheld capture of a bright light point, which is actually a stationary satellite reflecting the light from the still hidden sun as the morning was drawing nearer.

Olympus PEN E-P5, E.Zuiko Auto-T 150mm F4

The wavering light was made by the movement of the camera, as the shutter speed for these shots was between 2.5 to 6 seconds. You might be able to guess, from the third shot, that the sky above my location was also the airspace and flight path for airplanes arriving and departing from a nearby airport.

Olympus PEN E-P5, E.Zuiko Auto-T 150mm F4

The fourth frame shot is not actually of the satellite or a plane passing, but of a safety beacon on a power pylon across the horizon.




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