May 17th, 2014

Tall ships (porthole)

Multicoloured reflections

For today's photo, I dug out the Olympus C-3030. While the Panasonic has become my main camera, there's still some areas where the Olympus is better. In this case it was the f/11 minimum aperture size and the depth of field that comes with it - the Panasonic can only manage f/8. The Olympus also has a closer minimum focus distance when zoomed in.



As to the photo itself, it's of the Nikon F-301 with a 35-105mm Zoom-Nikkor lens. The many multicoloured reflections off of the lens elements (there's 16 elements in that lens!) are from a LED torch positioned to the side of the Olympus.