On 3/28/2014 5:02 PM, Paul Braun wrote:
First, I'd like to read that comparison doc of yours - since the ftp
site requires a password, maybe just email it to me off-list?
I put the correct link in a correction post
- and I'm sending you a copy.
Second, I just had a talk with my brother. He's all for a gooder real
camera. My oldest niece and nephew are already experimenting with the
cheap older digital and really getting interested in photography, and
they're definitely mature enough to learn how to use a PEN.
Well, that sounds like fun.
So, I think that's how I'll go once I know how our household budget is
gonna work. I looked at the Cameta page, and they have some decent
refurbs. Plus, you mentioned there might be a surplus in Mooseland?
I have spare E-PL1, E-PL2 and E-PM1, 14-42 II R and 40-150 R lenses. 'II' means second version, 'R' means restyled. For
those who care about style, these lenses look wonderful on the black E-PL2.
E-PL1 and E-PL2 are like new, the 14-42 is new, but not in a box, the 40-150 NIB. The E-PM1 looks like new, but has an
out of warranty fault. Whenever the battery is removed, it loses date/time. All of these cameras take the same images.
I should have a spare E-PL3, too, fairly soon.
If you, or anyone here, is interested, I'll check eBay sales to get an idea of
price - or make an offer.
Don't be shy. Even if I sell them all, I'll still have two Oly and two Panny µ4/3 cameras and lots of lenses. And maybe
enough $ to buy more?* :-)
Land of Plenty Moose
* Is that a 45/1.8 I hear calling? Certainly not a Panny 7-14, no, no.
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
The Olympus Pen Story.doc
Description: MS-Word document
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/