The National Gallery: Last photos taken from my Olympus OMD EM-5 MarkII camera

These sets of photos are long overdue to be showcased here. I almost forgot that in November 2019, I paid a visit to the newly revamped National Gallery and took photos using my trusty Olympus OM-D EM5 Mark II camera. Looking back, these are the last photos taken using that camera before switching to Fujifilm X-Pro 3.

I still have the camera as a matter of fact. I sold everything else save for one pancake lens attached to the camera body. I created so many memories from that camera, that it was quite difficult to part ways with it. So instead, I am going to just keep it. I am pretty sure it still works. I’m not sure if the sensor is still clean. But if I were to insert a fresh battery, I am confident that it will work again. The camera is pretty as a display item in the future. Very vintage looking.

Who knew that in a couple of months’ time, after these pictures were taken, the world changed due to the pandemic.

In the meantime, the photos above are some of the shots I took while walking around the National Gallery.

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