Posts Tagged ‘Olympus’

This is going to be a small series of posts,  because there is way to much to cover in just one post… Im going to preface this post with a disclaimer, I have NEVER been a massive fan of using my mobile device as a replacement for a pocket camera. I would rather actually carry […]


I had the opportunity to spend the weekend shooting the Olympus m.Zuiko 40-150mm f2.8 PRO  lens with 1.4x Tele Converter. The lens was kindly loaned to me by a good customer after i was approached to take some photo’s at a field hockey event here in Dunedin on a Friday night, my m.Zuiko 75-300 would have […]


A serious question, and one that doesn’t really Here at http://www.southerncameras.co.nz we have a huge, and i mean HUGE catalogue of items, everything from batteries to cameras with enough megapixels to create problems for all but the gruntiest computers. But so far this year i have been surprised, our film sales, film processing and film […]


I made a monumental decision about my photography earlier in the year.  I ditched my DSLR system for a Mirrorless System Camera, specifically the Olympus OM-D E-M1 , when i told a few friends who shoot the same style of photography as me that i was going mirrorless, most of them laughed at me and told me […]


With Micro 4/3 cameras the focus of many at the moment, most photographers have forgotten about Olympus’s E series of DSLR cameras, and i think its a shame, the E series cameras have always been very very good cameras. The Olympus E series was the first system camera designed from the ground up including lenses […]


Legacy…..

17Jun13

Why is this article called Legacy, i will explain shortly, but first a little history…. Back in the day, when interchangable len s cameras became popular, they nearly all used a common 42mm screw thread, and cameras like the Leica III series or Kodak Retina’s                     […]


Olympus have been on the money with their Micro 4/3 range of cameras, the Pen series and the OM-D have all hit the spot perfectly in terms of features vs price. Unfortunately due to very aggressive marketing of the low end D-SLR cameras, one Pen model flies under the radar in terms of specs vs […]