This photo taken in the Seronera region of the Serengeti, Tanzania. There was a pride of lions (2 lionesses and 5 cubs) who clearly appeared hungry and looking for prey. We followed them for a while and then this lioness scaled this big rock to get a panoramic view of the surroundings. Unfortunately for them there was no prey nearby but as we drove on we saw a huge herd of wildebeest further ahead. I’m sure the lions found them eventually. Photo taken with Olympus OM-D EM-5, Panasonic Lumix 35-100/f2.8
The next photo was taken shortly afterwords as she was descending the rock. Photo taken with Sony A6000 and Sony 55-210 lens.
The Olympus OMD-EM-5 and the Panasonic Lumix 35-100/F2.8 make a wonderful combination. These photos were taken in Kangaroo Island, Australia with this combo.
I do like my Panasonic 100-300 for longer reaches but the 35-100 (70-200 full-frame equivalent) is leagues ahead in all other respects – color, contrast, sharpness and bokeh. When this lens came out it was the only premium 70-200 equivalent lens for the micro 4/3 system. Since then, Olympus has come out with the 40-200 f/2.8 Pro lens, which is fantastic according to all reviews. Nevertheless, it doesn’t appear that in terms of sharpness, color and contrast, there’s much to choose between them. Hence, I’ve decided to stick with this lens and not “upgrade.”
As I have said before, the Youde Aviary at Hong Kong Park. Went for a photo walk again a few weeks back. As always, I brought along the Olympus OM-D EM-5 and the Panasonic 100-300. Have I said before, that this is the ultimate combo (for my non Nat Geo needs) for bird photography. Up to 600mm reach, which can be hand-carried all day! Here are a couple of photos.