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    Win a Panasonic 14mm f/2.5 ASPH lens from #mu43

    Would be a great lens to own!
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    Win an Olympus PEN E-PL2 from #mu43

    Yes, I'm in. Great opportunity for Mu-43 readers.
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    Travel Tripods and due diligence

    It doesn't quite make it to 12 inches folded but at 14.1 inches it is very close to your requirement. It should easily fit into any number of carryon bags. It is surprisingly well built and sturdy for such a compact design. Though this particular model has been discontinued it is still...
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    Alternative to Gitzo Traveler

    Newly purchased Benro Travel Angel. This is the TRAB169 with the, Arca Swiss style head. Provides a touch more height than the 069 but is still compact and lightweight, my criteria for a micro 4/3 tripod. Unfortunately this model has been discontinued but I was able to find one through...
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    Winter has set in, share your pics with us !!

    Winter Garden Path Garden of the Gods, New Years Eve 2010 GF1, 20mm <a href="" title="Garden Path by mikebtin, on Flickr">"1024" height="768" alt="Garden Path"/
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    Winter has set in, share your pics with us !!

    Ghost Mountain - Enshrouded by cold winter clouds, ..... Pike's Peak or some mountainous apparition? GF1 + 20mm <a href="" title="Ghost Mountain by mikebtin, on Flickr">"1024" height="674" alt="Ghost Mountain" /></a>
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    Is the LVF1 worth it?

    Very much worth it. An essential part of a GF1 camera bag IMO. It certainly will assist in manual focus requirements and in bright light conditions it is basically a requirement. It does change the form of the camera but is easily removed. It's resolution and contrast limitations seem a...
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    New to GF1 -workflow question

    Yep another vote for Lightroom. And of course DNG conversion is just an option. Not necessary for RAW processing.
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    Autumn in the northern hemisphere - let's share our pics !

    Gold Camp Treasure - Gold Camp Road near Cripple Creek, Co. GF1 w/14-45mm
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    Detail - Middle Taylor Creek

    Waterfall detail from the Sangre De Cristos. GF1, 14mm-45mm
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    Helen's Flowers and Visitors Panasonic GF1 w/50mm f2 Super Takumar and closeup filters.
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    Olivia - BW potrait

    It's a beauty, as is Olivia. Well done.
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    An Arca-Swiss Style L-Bracket for the Panasonic G1

    FYI.....Kirk does make a standard plate and L Bracket for the GF1..... Kirk Enterprises : Camera Plate for Panasonic DMC-GF1.
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    GF1 w/14-45 and Canon 500D Closeup Diopter Flowers and pollinators in the Garden.......Garden of the Gods that is.
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    Up close and personal

    Great work. Very nice.
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    Monopod or tripod when traveling, and how to carry?

    I'm considering this Giottos. It's lightweight, making it a good match for MFT and one leg will convert to a monopod. A little costly but reviews indicate good performance.
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    GF1 Image Thread

    Tower Of Babel - Garden Of The Gods GF1 w/14-45mm from a couple of weekends ago.
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    GF1 with 50mm F2.0 Super Takumar and closeup filters Crowded But Undeterred Yellow Columbine
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    Unknown Seed Head GF1 w/14-45
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    Some Q's about pictures of people.

    I haven't seen this reference posted yet so: The Online Photographer: Life in the World, Part I Seems some places in the US you do need to be careful who you photograph in public places.
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    Shooting art - fine line between documenting, stealing, and value added...

    Frankly I think all three photos are terrific shots on their on merit. If the photos were mere reproductions perhaps your concerns would be appropriate but to me these all communicate the unique vision of the photographer. Don't think a photo needs any more justification than that.:smile:
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    got my lvf1

    The quality and resolution of the image in the EVF is considerably lower than that of the LCD but what does it matter? If I were somehow showing images with that quality it would be a problem but for the purposes of the EVF, it's not an issue. It helps on bright days and the ability to...
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    Importance of imagination over technique

    It strikes me that the idea of art is a very subjective one at best. But whatever we decide art to be, it is foolish to think that skill is not involved, whether acquired via "Popular Paint Brush" or other means. It's simply a given that the photographic voice is ineffective without photographic...
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    Singapore with GF1

    Yeah, these are great shots. I too would be interested in knowing what lens or lenses you used. Nicely done.
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    GF1 w/14mm-45mm at 45mm and f/5.6 GF1 w/M42 adapter and Super Takumar 55mm f/2.0 and closeup lenses
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    Baby Spiders

    What an amazing sight. Very cool indeed.
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    Iraide 2

    A really nice portrait. Love how the pink matches her complexion.
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    South Shore Nova Scotia

    This is really nice Grant. I like everything about it.
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    Pentax K to Micro 4/3 adapter

    I'm using this one. Fotodiox M42 screw mount Lens to Micro 4/3 Four Thirds System Camera Mount Adapter… It fits snugly for the most part, with some minor 'slop' noticeable only when turning the aperture ring. Very minor movement though.
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    old Bomb shelter

    It is a strange sight but what a treasure you have made of it. Great vision and great processing work.
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    Which (inexpensive) legacy macro?

    Experimenting with: 135mm Super Takumar f/3.5 with old Tiffen +1 and +3 Closeup filters. ~$20 for the M42 adapter. (I think I paid about $100 for the this lense plus a 35mm f/3.5 used some 30+ years ago....I guess if you depreciate....:smile:)
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    Hello From Colorado

    Thanks for the warm welcome folks. Looks like an active forum.....clearly a necessity for a successful one. Adam, I'm in Colorado Springs and yes, I do shoot some landscapes.
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    Hello From Colorado

    I'm a new owner of a GF1 with 14-45mm and 20mm lenses. Was glad to stumble upon this community of micro 4/3 users. The GF1 is a fun camera and I am enjoying it immensely. I've shot film and digital for many years but this new compact format is adding a whole new level of fun. Regards, Mike
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