Most of you have heard of Focus Peaking, which is a tool to assist you while manual focusing. It highlights the areas that are in focus so you are able to quickly focus the lens on that area.
You would think that most modern digital cameras with an electronic viewfinder will have focus peaking built in?
But did I not post an article about the focus peaking feature in OM-D E-M5?
Yes, but the feature in E-M5 is what I call "pseudo focus peaking", it is very clunky and not very user friendly.
I was not expecting any special feature when I try out my 25 year old 50/2 Leica Summicron-M lens on the GM1!
I was wrong!!
The Leica Summicron-M 50/2 attached to the GM1 with a Voigtlander VM adapter.