bimmerlovere39 wrote:Teleconverters cause you to lose aperture (one stop for a 1.4x, two for a 2x, etc). A simple adapter should have no effect on that. Hard to help much more without knowing more about the system or lenses, etc.
JustAnEngineer wrote:Smaller sensor = less total light falling on it. The micro-4/3 sensor gets about half as much light as APS-C which gets about half as much as a full-frame 35mm sensor. One f-stop is equal to one halving of the light gathering capability.
Your adapter isn't hurting you. A 28mm f/2.8 lens is still a 28mm f/2.8 lens. While it might be thrilling to have the larger sensor of the full-frame (or medium format) camera, most of us aren't ready to plunk down $2500 for an EOS 5D Mk. II.
ludi wrote:Suggestion: If you don't like the initial results while doing bounce flash, try adding a home-brew card diffuser. Self-adhesive velcro strip and a plastic or laminated card in the 3x5" to 5x7" range does the trick pretty neatly.
Voldenuit wrote:Ah, you're using an E-PL1.
Just a heads-up, the m43 sensor will have low gain noise in general.
If you take a picture of bright blue sky in the middle of the day and look at the RAW, you can see noise in the sky even at ISO200, it's just how the format works (I have a GF1) and is nothing to worry about.
The shadow noise in your pic seems well controlled.
Granted the lighting wasn't spectacular in the room, but it wasn't terrible either. Theres a fairly bright halogen floor lamp behind me. If you do a 100% crop of that it looks like it was taken with a webcam or cell phone.
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