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Getting the Best Results From the Olympus E-M5

When I posted my piece six days ago on JPEG vs RAW and Exposure in noise in DAP with the Olympus E-M5, it was intended as instruction on general ETTR technique, and was not initially cross-posted in my Guide to Mirrorless (in part due to workload also). It is now cross-posted:

JPEG vs RAW and Exposure in noise in DAP with the Olympus E-M5 (DAP)

JPEG vs RAW and Exposure in noise in DAP with the Olympus E-M5 (Mirrorless)

Please note that there are two pages of coverage, one for JPEG vs RAW, and the other for ETTR with RAW.

See also my recent work on the Nikon D800E, the exposure bracketing and ETTR sequence on the Sigma DP1 Merrill, and my upcoming work on the Canon 5D Mark III.

RAW capture (left), exact same JPEG capture (right)
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