Blurberati with Cameras: Olympus E-P2 Pen, with Lumix 1.9 pancake lens and Electronic Viewfinder

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Olympus E-P2 Pen

Every Camera Thursday we bring you a Blurb employee and the camera they love. Because we’re not just developers, writers, sys admins, content managers, QA engineers, and execs, we’re also photographers.

Camera: Olympus E-P2 Pen, with Lumix 1.9 pancake lens and Electronic Viewfinder
Employee: Eileen
Job: Chief Executive Officer

“I love stealth cameras — ones that look small and unassuming enable you to get up close to people and places without being obvious.  I bought the Electronic Viewfinder as I wear glasses and find it difficult to compose on the digital back, especially in bright light.  Plus the viewfinder enables you to be “looking down,” not through the lens — again making it less obvious what you are photographing.  This is a great street photography camera — small, travels well, fits in my bag, with amazing optics.  It’s my current go-to.”

 

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Next week: another camera, another fuzzed-out Instagram photo, and another story from our corner of camera-nerd heaven.

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4 Comments

  1. Eileen,

    I love your eye. I’m anxiously awaiting the arrival of the Ricoh GR D IV, which I think will be my favorite camera for just the reasons you elucidated, replacing my other favorite, the Olympus XA which I no longer use as I no longer have a darkroom.

    By the way, your links to larger images don’t work. I’d love to see bigger images. It would be nice also if you cared to provide a link to more of your work. :-)

    - A. Subset

      October 13, 2011 – 2:00 pm   Permalink
  2. Hey A. Subset,

    We’ve fixed the image links. Thanks for letting us know.

    As a sidenote, I’m also a fan of the Olympus XA series.

    best,

    Kent

    By Kent
      October 13, 2011 – 2:20 pm   Permalink
  3. I also have an Olympus micro four thirds camera…the E-PL1 with the electronic view finder (an expensive but necessary accessory). I have the stock zoom lens 14-45 and a 45-200 Panasonic zoom lens. I took this small kit on a two-week African Safari and a one-week Egyptian tour of Cairo, Aswan, Nile cruise, and Luxor. It travelled really well and allowed me to get some great shots. I made 2 separate photo books from the pictures that I took with this camera. It’s a keeper. Feel free to ask me questions about this camera at photogirlcanada2011@gmail.com

      October 13, 2011 – 4:34 pm   Permalink
  4. Your pictures are so clear. I like them. Very nice work. :-)

      November 16, 2011 – 1:34 pm   Permalink

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