I wanted to continue my review saga of OM-D E-M10, and this time I intended to shoot with longer lenses, such as the 75mm F1.8 and 75-300mm F4.8-6.7 lens. In the morning I went out on the streets and shot with the 75mm F1.8 on the E-M10, while in the afternoon, I planned to shoot at the Bird Park with the 75-300mm. The purpose of these tests was to find out how the E-M10 handles with larger and heavier lenses, and how the 3-Axis Image Stabilization copes with longer focal lengths.
I have got all the equipments ready and was out shooting already, but was too exhausted to complete the task. I have had quite a full day before, conducting a basic flash workshop in the morning and a photo sharing session in the afternoon, while entertaining visitors from Jakarta in the evening till late. After lunch today my battery just flattened out and I decided to go home. As soon as I was home I crashed on the bed for hours.
Nonetheless, these are the few images that I was able to grab from the morning brief shoot at Bukit Bintang. Oh that 75mm F1.8 lens, is sexilicious.
All images were taken with Olympus OM-D E-M10 and M.Zuiko 75mm F1.8
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