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lbedogni

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About lbedogni

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    Italy
  • Camera Model & Brand
    Olympus EM1.2
  • Camera Housing
    Olympus PT-EP14
  • Strobe/Lighting Model & Brand
    Sea&Sea YS D2

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  1. Yes, it also happens in MF as well.. Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  2. I'll give it a try, thanks! Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  3. I know it is hard to see, but if you hear carefully you'll see lag when I turn on the peaking. I tried even more, and it seems that it happens only in low light. If there is enough light, no lag occurs, but in low light with peaking on it always happens. As a side note, you are brave to shoot with TR It always focuses on the particles with me. May I ask which settings are you using for it? Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  4. Hi all, I have a strange issue with my Olympus EM1.2. I am trying to practice topside manual focus, as I may use it underwater. The problem is that I'd like to use focus peaking, but when I activate it I have a strange lag after I press the shutter, which obviously makes me lose focus in macro if I am slightly moving. If I deactivate it, the lag disappears. Anyone experienced this, or has any idea? Video of it here: https://transferxl.com/08xzhvKzSpzH5?utm_source=downloadmail&utm_medium=e-mail Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  5. I am using the smallest point, but not the squared one, i am using the rectangle instead. I got your point, and I'll try that. On land I too use focus bracketing, but for underwater shots I fear that the strobes would not keep up.
  6. Where are you located? Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  7. It happens both with AF-C and AF-S (slight less with this tbh). I always use one point and place it exactly where I want it.
  8. 1. Yes, just a little soft in general 2. Yes on land it appears to be sharp 3. I'll post them ASAP 4. Never heard of this, but it seems I get it soft regardless of the ambient light. 5. I had it engaged, but now I have turned it off since at fast shutter speeds it should be irrelevant.
  9. Yes, I tend not to go over those values.
  10. Sure, the DOF is pretty small, and I always shoot multiple pictures because of that But even the shots I believe are in focus, tend to be slightly off.
  11. Yes I tend not to go over f/11 (occasionally f/16, but very rare). I'd say my problem is not a lack of sharpness, but rather focus being slightly off.
  12. Do you also consider other brands? Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  13. Hi, I have 4x carbon arms and clamps, with also the possibility to add floats. The arms are tested at 150m, and the clamps are very strong. Here is a photo of the arms, I'll send you a photo of the clamps, Stix and oupther arms shortly. Where are you located? Inviato dal mio ELE-L29 utilizzando Tapatalk
  14. Ok, so pretty much the same settings here, however it seems that I am struggling with sharp pictures I have also a pretty stable buoyancy underwater, so maybe I should investigate something else.
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