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    Batis 25 and Batis 85 - Availability and Experiences

    Would that be the Allen's in Levittown, PA?
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    Capture one 8.3.3 now supports Panny GX8

    I just received a GX8. My first impression was that it is big. It is the same size as a Sony A7II and bigger than the GX7 by a bit. Of course, from a system point of view the lenses are much smaller(...but you you all know that). It feels great in the hand. It will be visiting the Eastern side...
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    X100T in Istanbul

    Jim, a wonderful set. You captured the feeling of the city as I remember it. Nice job taking and post. Chuck
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    New A7II Users Reports

    I may not be understanding the question, however, I feel a distinct half stop feel for focus lock on the shutter button. I have not used any of the earlier A7 cameras, but to me the shutter is firm and feels very good. The sound is interesting and I am getting used to that. Chuck
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    Fun with the Zuiko 40-150 f2.8

    Interesting point. I have never thought of a lens as too perfect. So far I like this lens.
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    Yes, I think I would be able to live with this lens

    I picked up my lens yesterday at Samy's in Santa Barbara, CA. Although it is an hour away it is my B & M of choice. It is usually a very nice hour. The box it comes in is amazingly big for a m43 lens. Fortunately, the lens is very reasonably sized. Although there is off and on rain today I took...
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    Uwe Steinmueller

    My apologies if someone already posted this. There is a topic on Imaging Resource today saying that Uwe died August 8th. I have always admired his images on this site and elsewhere. He is survived by his wife Bettina. His partnership with her was amazing. All photo signed B & U Steinmueller. It...
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    X-E2 and X-T1 finally supported by Aperture

    All right!
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    X-T1 first impressions...

    Exactly. And why for most of us, all the systems being discussed produce excellent IQ, but how we communicate with the camera and how it communicates with us - is key. Chuck
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    EM-1half shutter press :-(

    It seems like a very normal half press. It is very smooth, but it feels like I'm pressing halfway. Then the slightest resistance and shutter is triggered. I agree with Godfrey, feels like E-1. I also have a Fuji X-E2, and it is smoother and more precise feeling than that shutter. I can't...
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    Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Poinsettias in the rain. Just purchased the Oly 60mm and this seemed like a good opportunity to try it out. E-M1, 60mm, 1/20th, f5.6, ISO 200 E-M1, 60mm, 1/30th, f6.3, ISO 200
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    The XF 23 f/1.4

    A very nice and mysterious image. Thanks for the information on the 23mm. Chuck
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    Zuiko 75-300 - is version II an improvement on the E-M1

    One plus for the Panasonic 100-300 is that you can order a tripod ring mount that works very nicely. Here: Rudolf Rösch Feinmechanik Even though it is in German, I was able to order it, because they responded to my English inquiry. Chuck
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    Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Re: Fun with the Fuji X-E2 Nice wedding shot, Jim.
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    Fun with the Olympus E-M1

    Visit to Yosemite Glacier Point E-M1, ISO 200, 12mm, 1/160, f4.5 Valley View E-M1, ISO 200, 12mm, 1/60, f6.3
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