Wow not updating Free texting horney girls with no sighnups or regerstrations
and the Chrome/Slide Color mode as these are new modes for Olympus. This review will be one of the very 1st full REVIEWS in the world of the PEN-F. Yes my friends, this is quite the camera and while not up to Full Frame sensor cameras it can stand up to any APS-C sensor camera made today IMO (been saying this since the pro E-M1) and if given a choice between the new PEN-F and APS-C Mirrorless or DSLR, the PEN-F wins in a huge way, for ME. I LOVE the PEN cameras and always have, so this one really struck a chord with me.
Long time readers will know, I have had them all from the EP1, E-P2, E-P3 and the EP5 and some of the in between (EPL Series) models and this new PEN-F has more than ANYONE would ever want in a mirrorless camera, and for me, (and others I have spoken to who are using it with me) it beats ANY DSLR made for usability, fun factor, features, size and style, again, my opinion.
And those of us at work are making spread sheets, helping customers who clearly hate magical, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and not even sure that we’ll have the two minutes required to go outside, and take a real look at the eclipse that will cause us to go blind in the process (we meant to go buy some of those glasses thingies, but we got busy, and since the only real risk going blind forever, we figure…. We’ve got you covered (at least in photograph form).
As the eclipse follows it’s path across the country, we’ll be scouring Instagram for the coolest pictures, and updating this post so you can see the fun and stunning beauty you’re missing out on.
It’s quite amazing and may take a day or two for you to learn how it all works but once you do, it is as easy as 1-2-3.
In Mono mode you can choose color filters just as you did with B&W film.