High Resolution Mode allows your OM-D or PEN-F to fire eight sequential images in one second, while the sensor moves slightly. The camera then combines them into one image. Using
High Resolutuion Mode is a great way to get high quality macro images and also have the ability to zoom in or crop your photograph.
When I'm photographing with high resolution mode, I like to use:
- OM-D E-M1 Mark II or E-M5 Mark II
- M.Zuiko ED 60mm F2.8 Macro, M.Zuiko ED 30mm F3.5 Macro or M. Zuiko ED 12-100mm F4.0 IS PRO
- Tripod and focusing rail
- Remote Cable Release, like the RM-CB2 (for the E-M1 Mark II) or the RM-UC1 (for the E-M5 Mark II). Alternately, you can also use the O.I. Share app to trigger your camera.
I will do a few test shots right away to check on my focus and lighting. Then I'll go into my Super Control Panel, and scroll down to the Shutter Speed menu. You can scroll all the way through to the High Resolution Mode icon and select this mode.