The OM-1 is OM Digital Solutions’ flagship Micro Four Thirds camera. Its pro-level features include 50fps blackout-free shooting with autofocus, a rugged build with IP53 environmental sealing, 7-stops of image stabilization, and subject recognition-based autofocus tracking. Combined with OM System’s relatively compact telephoto lenses, it makes a great kit for bird photography.
In this video, OM System Ambassador Peter Baumgarten visits the wetlands of central Florida to photograph some of the region’s most beautiful birds. Travel along with Peter to see how he shoots, and find out why the OM-1 has so much potential for bird photographers.
OM-1 bird photography sample gallery by Peter Baumgarten
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