OSP Magazine January 2022

The first OSP Magazine for a new year – I wish everyone a great new photography year in 2022 !

Fujifilm vs Olympus

I have a new camera in the stable, an Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II, and it’s better than my Fujifilm X-T1.
Should I sell my Fujifilm Gear and switch to Olympus ?
Read all about it here.

Three Great Recipe Updates for “The Largest Collection of Recipes Brought Together” – And One for The Largest Collection For…Olympus

Øyvind Nordhagen – OWH Recipe Pack

Three recipes for everyday use

Reggie Ballesteros

A Fujixweekly fine-tuned recipe

Fujifilm on Olympus by Rob Trek

Three Fujifilm simulations for Olympus camera

Kebs Cayabyab – Eight Fujifilm Recipes

Eight exotic Fujifilm recipes from the Philippines

Finaly, a new “My Fuji and … a 7Artisans 35mm f0.95”

Review long overdue, but here it is finally.

And Unexpectedly : “My Olympus and … a Laowa 10mm f2.0 C&D Dreamer Zero D MFT”

Of all the lenses I have or have ever used, this Laowa 10mm f2 is the lens I prefer to use, I especially like the 96° angle of view.

Published by Marc R.

Belgium Based and Retired Photographer, IT specialist, Technician and Bushcrafter - not necessarily in that order. A few years back I got a message on my PC : "The box said 'Required Windows 11 or better'. So, I installed Linux Kubuntu 20.04 LTS" :-) - My Photography software : RawTherapee, Darktable, Digikam, Luminance HDR, Hugin, Gimp and many other. My camera Gear in 2022: Fujifilm X-H1 for architecture, landscape, ..., and Olympus E-M5 Mark II for bird and wildlife photography.

2 thoughts on “OSP Magazine January 2022

  1. A great start to the new year! I wasn’t expecting you to get a new camera. A lot of my friends have Olympus cameras, and they seem very happy with them. Image stabilisation is amazing as you’ve said, I think even better than the X-H1 which has excellent image stabilisation.

    Looking forward to everything this year! Keep up the good work!

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  2. The image stabilization could indeed be better than the X-H1, and I like the Olympus cameras a lot, but for “normal” photography I think the crop factor 2 is a bit too much – but for bird and animal photography I think its great.

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