Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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(From a comment by the original poster, who hasn't returned to make it an answer. Post marked as community wiki.) Goods news! My sister just fixed this issue for me. What I didn't realise was that it still had the normal manual settings, and all I had to do was turn the main dial until it wasn't in BULB mode, or in LIVE TIME mode. But the reason why I ...


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With Olympus Capture software and a usb cable you can do tethered shooting with an E-M5 II and import the photos directly into Lightroom. You can also operate the E-M5 II with an iPad or iPhone using the camera's built-in wifi and the ol.share app. The photos are stored on the tablet's camera roll and can be edited with Lightroom for mobile.


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It is possible - I do with an EM-5 Mk I. You should be able to use an Eyefi card. I use it for wireless tethered shooting with the images going directly into Lightroom. It can be setup to automatically upload photos to a Mac, and you can set an auto-import folder for Lightroom and have the Eyefi software put the incoming images into that folder. I can send ...


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Looking at images of the Olympus Trip 35, the hotshoe is a standard ISO one, with the single sync contact, so any ISO-compatible hotshoe flash (i.e., pretty much all of them) should fire correctly in sync. But they won't do anything else. You'll have to use the flash in Manual mode, and manually dial in the power level you want, or hope you find a flash that ...



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