I spent a 7 days in Iceland with the OM System OM-1 and this is what I realized

I just lately experienced the enjoyment of embarking on a highway trip with my fellow OM System Ambassador, Moises Cugat. OM Process preferred us to put the new OM1 Program OM-1 (opens in new tab) digicam and some of the most recent lenses through their paces, and we considered – what better way to do it than a 2000km journey around Iceland.

Relatively than regurgitating a diary of our excursion or intricate spec sheets (the latter of which can be discovered on the internet), I assumed I would concentrate on some helpful real-planet takeaways that I discovered when using the OM1 Procedure OM-1. 

These can be utilized to most landscape/adventure/vacation pictures trips making use of the most current OM Method package, and selection from its epic waterproofing that observed me capturing under a waterfall, to how extremely lightweight my kitbag was when climbing with the digicam and a few Professional lenses.

Landscape photographer Tom Ormerod uses the OM-1 in Iceland

(Picture credit rating: Tom Ormerod)

1. The want for a tripod is redundant (practically)