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    m43 and food

    These m43s cameras seem to be great tools for the casual shooting of food.
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    Re: m43 and food

    Agreed. Here's some I took with the 20/1.7.





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    Re: m43 and food

    From the day after I bought my E-P1,
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    Re: m43 and food

    I would have to agree! GF1 + 20mm:






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    Re: m43 and food

    Guys, I only brought a sandwich for lunch. Please take pity!
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    Re: m43 and food

    I post "supper tonight" on another forum but here is yesterdays lunch.


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    Re: m43 and food

    hang on did someone say food?! lol


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    Re: m43 and food

    Curry chicken katsu? This is great, we should turn this into a 'what I had for lunch/dinner today' thread. I love to cook and this is very inspirational

    Stefan

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    Re: m43 and food

    Does a snack count ?

    G1 & Leica 45mm @ iso400



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