Today we visited a castle we had never been to before, a beautiful church we had never been able to enter before and an area which is one of the most beautiful areas of South Wales. Merthyr Mawr, taking in Candleton Castle, Ogmore Castle, a beautiful church in a very exclusive village and so much more was a fantastic few hours out. Of course, it rained, as it always does when we come to this place, but it was worth it!
Today I had my X-T3 with the 50-230mm lens, plus my Olympus with my 14-42mm lens. With the Fujifilm, I wanted to see if I could spend the day happily with 50mm for most of the time while I decide about getting the Viltrox 56mm F/1.4. As it was, I didn’t do too badly, but I think I should concentrate on the Fujifilm 14mm F/2.8 or Viltrox 13mm F/1.4, as I think I would get much more use out of those lenses.
All images are edited from raw in Darktable 4.
It may have been dark and wet, but it was a great day. Here you’ll find the Fujifilm and the Olympus images side by side. The EXIF reveals which camera they are from, but also the focal length of the images will give it away of course.
I am working on a YouTube video (I know! My first one for ages!) where I tell you what I think of the Olympus, and its all good news really. As you can see in these images, the Olympus with its small micro four thirds sensor really holds it own!
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