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    Old E-1!

    It may be old in techno terms but I still think it generates a nice photo!

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    Re: Old E-1!

    Quote Originally Posted by bbodine9 View Post
    It may be old in techno terms but I still think it generates a nice photo!
    and why not? If it did before it can now ... my 10D is similar vintage and I think both are quite comparable.

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    Re: Old E-1!

    Quote Originally Posted by pellicle View Post
    and why not? If it did before it can now ... my 10D is similar vintage and I think both are quite comparable.
    But what do you think about te photo itself, wiseguy?
    Yes you are gonne regret it!
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    E-1 can deliver an outstanding colors.
    I fill sory Olympus never released E-1 Mark II with a new Kodak sensor.

    Here is in red...

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    Re: Old E-1!

    The E-1 photos post look very good to me.

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    Re: Old E-1!

    Jack, the E-P1/2 are extremely close to the E-1 in terms of colour signature - pretty much a 12Mp version of the E-1... just a shame we can't have those electronics in an E-1 shell

    Cheers

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    Brian, I still hope Olympus will release E-1 (E-3) successor...

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