Interestingly the OM4 and 2S had to make special efforts to minimise the
effects of flourescents
on exposure too. I seem to remember there is a brief description in the service
manual of the OM4
and maybe the patent too.
--- AG Schnozz <agschnozz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Thanks. I think that makes sense about the focus point
> > selection. That informational item should go into the
> > E-Thingy FAQ.
> There you go, Joel. It's not like you have anything better to
> do. :) Besides, I'm a little upset, yet. UI beat MSU last
> > I never use the AF illuminator! I'll have to remember that
> > it's got that feature.
> I generally do not use the AF illuminator. With my E-1, the
> performance gain is minimal and I don't like blinding people
> with that stupid red light. It makes them too nervous and they
> know I'm about to take a picture of them.
> > I will try to duplicate your problem with the dimmer pulse.
> With the firmware upgrade, florescent lighting is much better
> than it had been before. Under normal florescents, you were
> lucky to get the focus to lock at all. Now it will usually do
> so pretty quickly. Quicker with the AF illuminator turned off!
> However, at home, I've got full-spectrum CF bulbs in one room.
> The AF refuses to work at all in that room! Very strange. It
> works fine in all the other rooms with CF bulbs, just not the
> one with the full-spectrum, daylight balanced ones.
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