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    Nope I would be giving anything up it seems. I never wanted for much more in quality of the lenses with M 4/3 except faster zoom lenses and usable high ISO when needed. The primes I owned were all excellent (20/1.7 and 45/2.8.) It seems these issues have been sorted out lately. I could be more than satisfied with the 25/1.4, 12-35, 35-100, and MAYBE a 75/1.8 or 100-300.

    My A77 w/grip kit consists of the 16-50/2.8 and the 70-200/2.8. Both are fantastic lenses but certainly a chore to lug around with my M kit. The 70-200 alone warrants that I use one of my larger bags unless I only want to bring one body and a P&S.
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    Some winter photos from ten days ago in Uppsala, Sweden.


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    Hi Jonathan, just read your article on "Henri"on your blog. Wow, your pictures are really out of this world! Amazing! Congratulations, very well done!!!
    Greetings from Belgium,
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Flying-away-fun



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    OMD and 45mm f/1.8:



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    Very quiet in here folks....Let's keep it moving along.

    The joys of Xmas shopping, OMD and 45 f/1.8:







    At least someone, got what they wanted



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    Hi Guys
    As Mike says (and those are a great set). It's getting slow!
    Here are a few from the other day:

    first two with the 35-100, third with the 75-300








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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    a few random ones to keep the ball rolling

    25/1.4


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    75mm


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    kit zoom @50


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    Excellent Kevin
    Did the guy in the third shot down get you - he sure looks dangerous . . .

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Yeah, let's hit the accelerator hard !
    No fine for speeding here

    Sleeping-dogs-fun #2



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    Love the dog shot

    This dog never sleeps!

    Now we're moving again - let's keep it going!

    two more with the 35-100






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    Let's make sure the carousel keeps turning !



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    Quote Originally Posted by f6cvalkyrie View Post
    [CENTER]Let's make sure the carousel keeps turning !
    Whizzzzzz - that's grand

    That's a lot of Nikkor lenses you've got Raf - no bodies?

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    Excellent Kevin
    Did the guy in the third shot down get you - he sure looks dangerous . . .
    thank god i was shooting the 75mm.... it gave me a bit of a head start on my running away....actually I was shooting frm the hip thank goodness for the quiet OMD shutter

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Thanks, Jono !

    I think some Nikkor glass of my collection is still missing in the list
    In film times, I used a couple of Nikon bodies, and I still have an FM and an FE somewhere in a cupboard ...

    Also I plead guilty of looking at the specifications of the newest D600 more than is good for me, but my wife

    And I keep telling myself that all that glass is better on the OMD because of the IBIS ...

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    "Eighth night." OM-D E-M5, 20/1.7.


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    A few more from the last couple of weeks.

    "Good morning"

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    "Chasing Rainbows"

    Chasing rainbows by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    "I want"

    I want by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    "Tilly with her rug and ball"

    Tilly with her rug and ball by peter.a.klein (Boulanger-Croissant), on Flickr

    "Zigzag"

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    Good to see things moving again....good stuff everyone!

    Another one with the 45mm f/1.8:



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Santa-Clauses-are-in-town fun



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    Air France Airbus A380 at 38,000 feet with OM Zuiko 300mm f4.5



    Something a bit more seasonal

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    Some more winter from Sweden. The Pana 20 seems to be on the OM-D all the time...


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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinparis View Post
    thank god i was shooting the 75mm.... it gave me a bit of a head start on my running away....actually I was shooting frm the hip thank goodness for the quiet OMD shutter

    :-)

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    I think you were in great danger . . . he looks like he saw you, but I can imagine you could run faster (he seems to have three breasts, and I'm sure that must be a disadvantage!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgmj View Post
    Some more winter from Sweden. The Pana 20 seems to be on the OM-D all the time...


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    Gorgeous shot! Looks like it's straight out of a fantasy book - so ethereal. Love it.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Here's a recent one from a walk with the 12-50:
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    Quote Originally Posted by RavenMad View Post
    Here's a recent one from a walk with the 12-50:
    That's lovely - the 12-50 really does come up with the goods doesn't it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    That's lovely - the 12-50 really does come up with the goods doesn't it.
    Thanks Jono. Yeah, you really can't ask much more from such a lens as that. Sure, it'd be great if it was a bit sharper and a bit faster but, for what it is, it's so versatile. I really like shooting with it.

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Brrrrrrrr-fun (or not funny ?)



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    E-M5 and kit lens:



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    E-M5 and 45mm f/1.8:



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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    E-M5 and kit lens:

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    Mike....I think I could give you a shoebox, a pin and a strip of film emulsion and you would take a great shot.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Used the Pana-Leica 45mm macro for this one:

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    I have taken my newly acquired OM-D and 12-50mm zoom on holiday. Quite a handy little kit covering landscape to macro...


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    Two views of a blue bottle (Physalia utriculus or Portuguese Man of War)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Mike....I think I could give you a shoebox, a pin and a strip of film emulsion and you would take a great shot.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Oh if that were true, Rich, but thank you anyway!

    Dave - terrific shot with the 45mm macro.

    Peter - great images from a very underrated lens.

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    'Merry Xmas', E-M5 and 45mm f/1.8:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Woods View Post
    'Merry Xmas', E-M5 and 45mm f/1.8:



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    Good catch, Mike !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich M View Post
    Mike....I think I could give you a shoebox, a pin and a strip of film emulsion and you would take a great shot.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quite agree Rich
    Irritating isn't it!

    Your frog's pretty good too.

    Peter - that Portuguese man of ware used to be our most feared when swimming in Cornwall - really nasty stinger. Great picture though.

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    My photography is getting a bit rusty...


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    Bombala Railway Station 4 by peterb666, on Flickr

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    After a lengthy pause, due to life priorities... I'm tentatively back with the E-M5 and my favourite legacy lens.



    Thanks everyone, for lighting the way home! I hope you all got your wishes this Christmas.

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    Welcome back Brian - best wishes for the New Year!

    My Fair Lady: E-M5 / 45mm f/1.8



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    On Thursday morning, I returned from taking my wife and daughter to the airport and found this potential intruder at the front door, investigating the lock.



    OM-D with 12-50 kit lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot View Post
    On Thursday morning, I returned from taking my wife and daughter to the airport and found this potential intruder at the front door, investigating the lock.
    Definitely a lock-picker and you got him red-handed, Elliot !


    All the best.
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    My first photo outing since a long time, late afternoon 'polder' in glorious sunshine !
    But boy - was that wind blowing and cold - brrr.





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    Brian - Welcome Back!

    Bart - Hooray!

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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Here's a couple of 'action' shots with the 35-100 Panasonic:
    Converted to black and white as it was a drab day.




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    E-M5 and 45mm f/1.8:



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    Wonderfully wonderful ! It leaves everything to the viewer's imagination what that man hides behind his cape.
    And the girl's expression is priceless.
    One of your best observations and captures, Mike !

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Here's a couple of 'action' shots with the 35-100 Panasonic:
    Converted to black and white as it was a drab day.
    Speaking of 'action': I've had to wipe the mud of my screen !
    Seems to be a fab lens to me. Mmm, now I can feel an imminent GAS atttack coming up.
    Where are my pills ?

    All the very best.
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    Re: Fun with the Olympus OMD

    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Wonderfully wonderful ! It leaves everything to the viewer's imagination what that man hides behind his cape.
    And the girl's expression is priceless.
    One of your best observations and captures, Mike !

    All the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Wonderfully wonderful ! It leaves everything to the viewer's imagination what that man hides behind his cape.
    And the girl's expression is priceless.
    One of your best observations and captures, Mike !

    All the best.
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    E-M5 / 45mm f/1.8

    Not sure what the hell he was photographing.....



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