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    [FS] Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon ST-E2 | Location: Australia | Ships: worldwide

    Last time price reductions. Make me an offer before it all goes on eBay...
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    [FS] Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon ST-E2 | Location: Australia | Ships: worldwide

    580EX II has now been sold. I've adjusted the prices on the rest of the gear.
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    [FS] Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon ST-E2 | Location: Australia | Ships: worldwide

    Price lowered on the 580EX/ST-E2 package, now includes FREE shipping!
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    [FS] Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon ST-E2 | Location: Australia | Ships: worldwide

    580EX II has been sold, pending payment. :smile:
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    [FS] Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon ST-E2 | Location: Australia | Ships: worldwide

    Prices adjusted: 1 x Canon 580EX in excellent condition, complete with case and mini stand, as well as original box and packaging: $245 plus actual shipping SOLD 1 x Canon 580EX II in excellent condition, complete with case and mini stand, as well as User Manual and original box and packaging...
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    [FS] Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon ST-E2 | Location: Australia | Ships: worldwide

    Buy & Sell Listing - Want to SellSelling</br> Canon 580EX II, Canon 580EX, Canon ST-E2 </br>Prices</br> Canon 580EX II: $295 AUD Canon 580EX: $225 AUD Canon ST-E2: $165 AUD </br>Location</br> Australia </br>Ships to</br> worldwide </br>Description</br> For sale in Australia (all...
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    Extolling the virtues of Sony & Fuji on this forum - is it appropriate?

    I hope you're right and this can happen. Recent events would suggest otherwise, but I'm an optimist. :smile: It would be nice to be able to discuss the relative merits of other cameras and mirrorless (and other) systems as they relate to :43: gear, especially since there are so many people here...
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    Byron Bay, Australia

    Very nice, Nic. I'll be in that part of the world in November, it's been a while since I've been up that way. :smile:
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    Olympus 45 advice: for portraits only?

    It's not a bad idea to leave the house with just the one prime lens on your camera. If you're not making money with your photos, why not try it? Even if you miss some photo opportunities, you will more than make up for it by learning to "see" just like the lens, and you will really master that...
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    Olympus 45 advice: for portraits only?

    This is a decision only you can make. If you don't find yourself using the 90mm equivalent too often, then sell it. Personally, the 45mm f/1.8 was my favourite :43: lens! But that's me and what I like. You have to decide for yourself. Some examples of what I used the lens for:
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    Because that is what the OP asked about, and it is the *subject of this thread*.
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    Not really sure what else I could add, except: Amen!
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    Fair enough. So I ask again: What more can we do in this situation, so as not to offend your delicate sensibilities??? How do we compare a camera that the OP is interested in to a :43: camera that many people here will know and use (hence the reason for asking in this forum)? If someone asks for...
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    They don't produce the same results. There are better sensors and there are worse sensors. This thread is about the OM-D and its sensor, and the Fuji sensors inside the X-P1 and X-E1 cameras. As per the subject of this thread. :smile:
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    Yep. And the Fuji cameras are so far behind the technology curve that Fuji photographers have to pedal to make their own electricity! :rolleyes: :rofl:
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    That conclusion makes absolutely no sense if you shoot RAW. Exactly! (Nice watch, BTW :thumbup: ). Camera manufacturers have a habit these days of publishing some fairly atrocious sample images. Fuji are not alone, Canon are just as bad. I wouldn't place much weight in those sample images at...
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    I have never used the film modes, nor the art filters with :43:. I shoot strictly RAW, and the IQ difference I see are in the RAW files, not in JPEGs. Good for you! Whatever works for you is best. Starry eyed? Nope, I just prefer the IQ of the Fuji sensor for the type of shooting that I...
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    Dunno, I've never shot with the NEX-7. But the Fuji files are similar to the files I get out my 5D Mark II or even the 5D Mark III. The difference between them, in my experience, is smaller than the difference between the Fujis and the Olympus OM-D. Same here. I don't have numbers and...
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    That is a really biased opinion, but unfortunately not based on facts. Looking at Web-sized images will not show you the difference that really exists between the Fuji sensors and even the best :43: sensors. Jaw dropping? Maybe not, but definitely substantial. The Fuji sensors are approaching...
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    E-M5 or X-E1

    I'd go with the Fuji because of the sensor. It really is that good! I'm also not sure why RAW decoding would be "finicky". I only shoot RAW, and shooting with my Fuji and then converting the RAWs is no more finicky than with any other camera that shoots RAW. In fact, it's not finicky at all -...
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    For the dog lovers

    Brilliant! :smile: .
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    Show your knife photos

    What is the point of a dull knife? How do you cut things in your kitchen? :confused:
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    Showcase Olympus 75mm f/1.8

    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: Good one, Don! :thumbup: :smile:
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    It's now called DSLM

    Sure there are: Rollei Rolleiflex 2.8 FX Medium Format Twin Lens Reflex 66603 Rollei Rolleiflex 4.0 FW Medium Format Twin Lens Reflex 66607
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    It's now called DSLM

    I agree completely. The DSLM moniker makes absolutely no sense today. An iPhone is also a DSLM. So is just about every other camera phone and digicam in the world. :rolleyes:
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    Top option for fast action shots

    DSLRs are still better suited to action shooting than :43:. It is sad that the mere mention of that fact, even when followed by good advice on what would best work with the :43: system, is then immediately criticised and the poster flamed. Enough said. Regarding shooting action with :43:: I...
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    Show your knife photos

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    'x100 Image Thread'

    This is true. I have resisted the urge until just recently, and I wish I bought my X100 earlier. Then again, if I bought it earlier it wouldn't have the latest firmware, and my impressions of the camera could be very different (I believe that the last two firmware upgrades were the two most...
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    'x100 Image Thread'

    About the same speed in the dark, and the X100 is faster in better light. My X100 has the latest firmware, and I have never found the AF to be lacking. High ISO image quality is noticeably better than :43:, IMO. NOTE: I have never actually timed the two cameras side-by-side (I had an Olympus...
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    Show: Lighthouses

    Kiama lighthouse again. Late afternoon yesterday:
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    'x100 Image Thread'

    Some more from me:
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    Lightning photos.... Show off your photos

    What he said. :biggrin: :bravo-009:
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    Lightning photos.... Show off your photos

    The last one was taken with my old 5D (the original "Mark I") and the 24-70mm f/2.8 L zoom. I haven't chased any storms for a while, but it's time to make the effort again. :smile:
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    'x100 Image Thread'

    Like I said, my favourite compact :smile:
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    'x100 Image Thread'

    I think that is what I like about the X100 (other than the great image quality) - the camera just begs to be picked up and used! I haven't had this much fun with a camera for a long time... :smile:
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    'x100 Image Thread'

    I *love* my X100! It took me a long time to get off the fence and buy one. I was worried about all the reported "issues". I guess I waited long enough, and all the issues have been resolved, because my X100 is my favourite compact camera. Ever! Here are a few pics from the first two of three...
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    thats it...im all into m43...

    You're neglecting my 5D? My first full frame digital SLR??? That camera was like a soulmate! What a bunch of heathens you all are! :tongue: Seriously though, if the OM-D works for you (and the OP), then that is all that matters. The :43: gear is certainly a lot lighter to carry around...
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    Canon EOS-M Now Official

    Which is still light-years better than Canon EOS shooters get with :43: at the moment, and that could make quite a difference to many of them. It would certainly be a factor in my purchasing decision, if I was in the market for a mirrorless camera today.
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    Canon EOS-M Now Official

    I dunno - I had an E-PL1 and kit zoom, and the thing wasn't slow to focus. It wasn't fast either, but it wasn't s_l_o_w. Yes, things are better now, but Olympus and Panasonic have had several generations of cameras since the first wave. Olympus is now into the 4th generation (E-P1, E-P2, E-P3...
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    IS Canon EOS-M a threat to MFT?No its not :)

    No one is arguing that. But: 1) The EOS-M is still not a finished product, and 2) You're thinking in the present. Let's give this 18 months... Everybody on this board seems to take the "threat" word too literally. No one is wiping :43: off the face of this Earth, but to dismiss Canon as a...
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    IS Canon EOS-M a threat to MFT?No its not :)

    Interesting "preview" of the Canon EOS-M at First Impressions: Canon EOS M Regarding the AF: "The focusing was slow, but it wasn’t painfully that bad. If anything, I would say it is: - A tad faster than the original Micro Four Thirds cameras when using the EOS M lenses." So not as slow as...
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    Canon EOS-M Now Official

    Forum burp (double post). :smile:
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    Canon EOS-M Now Official

    Interesting "preview" of the Canon EOS-M at First Impressions: Canon EOS M Regarding the AF: "The focusing was slow, but it wasn’t painfully that bad. If anything, I would say it is: - A tad faster than the original Micro Four Thirds cameras when using the EOS M lenses." So not as slow as...
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    Some Thoughts on Reviewers and Reviewing

    With proper and unbiased moderation (key words being "proper" and "unbiased") there is no reason why discussing other system should be banned here. Censorship is never the answer, and as long as the discussion is civil, why not let it go on? This is, after all, a discussion forum. :43: does...
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    Some Thoughts on Reviewers and Reviewing

    This is exactly the point of view that I expressed in another thread here! I have no idea why people care what other photographers use, whether they be famous or not. And why so many photographers need the validation of a famous photographer using the same gear that they do. What difference does...
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    Scott Bourne calls the E-P3 his "new favorite portrait camera"

    Sure. I was just pointing it out since, earlier in this thread, Kirk Tuck's name was used as an example of a well-known photographer that uses :43: gear. I felt it was worth pointing out, since Kirk Tuck was one of the most passionate proponents of the system for a long time now. But now he's...
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    Scott Bourne calls the E-P3 his "new favorite portrait camera"

    ... and Kirk Tuck bows out of Olympus :43:: The Visual Science Lab / Kirk Tuck: The strange saga of the Sony Nex 7...
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    Lightning photos.... Show off your photos

    Thank you! :smile: I can't speak for anyone else, but I just use time exposures.
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    Lightning photos.... Show off your photos

    Very nice shots in this thread! Some of mine:
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