• Philip Martin

    It doesn’t mention it in your gear list but I’m guessing that you both have mobile phones. I think I remember Russ mentioning using an iPhone at one point in one of the video clips.

    I just got the new iPhone 4S a few days ago and I’m really impressed with both the still-image and video recording improvements. You should check it out if your travels take you past an Apple store. I’m not any kind of professional photographer though so it’s probably nowhere near as good as the stuff you’re already using.

    And I was wondering if you’d looked into the whole iCloud thing? Keeping your Mac, iPhone, and iPad in sync with each other effortlessly could be pretty handy. I’d love to hear more about the details of how you use all your technology! (OK, so I’m a total geek!)

    Happy travelling,

    October 17, 2011
  • Chris Sorlie

    The video is good. The stills are even better!

    October 17, 2011
  • julie

    I bought the EP1 on Amazon this past winter. One of the great things is how easy it is to use old lenses. I bought adapters for Nikon and for Pentax K mounts. I don’t have all the autofocus auto everything bells and whistles but I can take great photos and the 2x focal conversion has been useful. I am treating this camera more as “digital” back for my favorite lenses. I am also eyeing the EPM1 because it seems to let you have a complete travel kit and the option for a few special prime lenses. So say at a party, I can have the standard kit lens on and pass it around for other to use it on auto then switch back to a manual lens to do more controlled photographs.
    BTW, I’m not using a viewfinder. I changed the settings to rule of thirds grid display and center-only spot autofocus. This makes it easy to quickly check lines in a composition against the lines on the grid and make sure the focus is on what I decide not where the camera guesses.

    October 21, 2011

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