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Olympus SP-800UZ Digital Camera

Inside its slim, elegant body, the Olympus SP-800UZ Digital Camera hides something amazing, a 30x wide-angle optical zoom. The Olympus SP-800UZ Digital Camera Brings you all the power of a 30x zoom in a camera thats small enough to go wherever your travels take you. Plus, with advanced features like Creative Art Filters, you can truly express yourself with the Olympus SP-800UZ Digital Camera.

Olympus 100-400mm f5-6.3 IN DEPTH review

My in-depth review of the Olympus 100-400mm f5-6.3 telephoto zoom!
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Gordon Laing : My in-depth review of the Olympus 100-400mm f5-6.3 telephoto zoom!
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maher channel قناة ماهر : Very thorough review. I don't think anyone would buy this lens to shoot flies lol.
Driving Sports TV : Gordon, can you comment on the manual focus feel? Does it have similar throw to Olympus Pro lenses? (Asking about when the Pro lens equivalent clutch isn't engaged for specific distances. I find clutched modes "step" the focus making it poor for tracking moving objects, but the un-clutched MF feel is very smooth and more consistent than many other brands. I'm hoping this one handles MF in a similar way to that unclutched Pro lens position.)
Fleeting Days : We love Olympus. Glad they are putting out more gear! Super review!
Ross the fiddler : Great review, except the OIS does work in conjunction (effectively) with IBIS (on FW updated bodies) where the body sensor will correct for roll only, leaving the lens OIS to correct for pitch & yaw correction (only).

The Original Olympus Pen: A Camera Design Masterpiece

In this video, Jules and I review the original Olympus Pen which was built between 1959 and 1964. It comes with an excellent lens and is the very first creation of the legendary camera designer Yoshihisa Maitani. Watch the video to learn all about the history of the camera, the different production runs, and, of course, how the camera handles and performs.

Gear used:
Olympus Pen

Films used:
Ilford Delta 100
Ilford HP5

If you'd like to get in touch or see some early behind the scenes footage, find me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/analog_insights/
FoxtrotMikefm : You mention the design compromises brought about by the introduction of new technologies. I think Mr. Maitani felt this way too. I have three early Pens; An original (3rd iteration) like yours. A Pen-S (30mm f/2.8) which I have read was considered Maitani's Masterpiece. It has a metal housing on the viewfinder & a six bladed aperture. If we consider the diagonal of the film format as standard, then a simple Pythagorean triangle calculation shows that the diagonal of the 18 x 24mm frame is exactly 30mm.

My third version of these early Pens is a second iteration of the Pen-S which was made once more with a 28mm f/3.5 lens. Apparently, Maitani wanted to get back to his original concept, but with the new improved shutter that came with the original Pen-S. It did not sell well & is said not to be readily available in Europe. I have linked to an article in which the author (John Foster) refutes the idea that this second version of the Pen-S owes its rarity to "... only being available to Australasia ..." However, I live in Australia & I have two; one that I bought, many years ago, from an old lady who got the camera for a trip to Europe in 1967. It is in dire need of a CLA. The second I got at an online auction. It is in excellent condition & a delight to use. I have seen several others, some in a very sad condition, being offered by Aussies on that auction site.

I like the 28mm f/3.5 versions. I was given an EE2 but the seals need replacing & I don't trust the aging selenium 'electric eye' or the lack of a proper shutter. The Olympus Trip 35 is essentially a full frame version of the EES. It too has an excellent Tessar derivative but suffers the same issues as its parents & it simply does not slip into a pocket like a Pen. Anyway, the removable back of these earlier Pens tends to remain light proof far better than their hinged successors. None of these later cameras have the bright viewfinders & frame lines that 'float' like the originals!

Finally, I figured that with the 28mm lens (if we account for a 2mm gap between the frames) then rotating the camera 40˚ between each frame stitches the image together beautifully. As you note the format encourages a sequential approach to picture making. Rather than thinking of the Pen as a half-frame camera I consider it a one-&-a-half-frame triptych making machine! I don't make the best saving on film. I tend to fire a blank frame between each burst of three for easier handling of the negatives.

I enjoyed your video & share your love of the original grey covered Pen's minimalist beauty, pocketability & ease of use. Here is the link to the article that I mentioned above:

@[ https://biofos.com/cornucop/pens35.html ].
Ricco Muerte : I'am deeply in love with film photography, it gives me back the sense of beauty of creating . By effort, thinking, wathching the real world around me...no matter how humble my talent is, working on images is pure pleasure. I've got few hundreds of cameras (never enough :)), I develop, I print, and and enjoy every aspect of passion for film photoghaphy. Thanks for this video - the little half - frame beauty Olympus will be my next step into my fim madness :)
Phúc Hồ : buying a half-frame was long long my dream, when I saved enough money to buy one, I was choosing btw pen f or pen ee series and went to buy a pen ee3. It is such a beautiful camera, I cant tell otherwise. I really enjoy vids like this because I can know more about the stories behind. Thanks for your incredible research and effort <3
willhouse : Big kudos to whomever wrote, played, and recorded the music here... and of course to you guys for piecing together such a correspondingly lovely intro montage.
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Ricco Muerte : Alvar Aalto, Mont Blanc pen and Olympus Pen - excellent trio!

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