Hi folks, I'm glad to be here. I'm a Dutch guy, and became interested in photography a long, long time ago. Serious Hifi/dj equipment and music (LP's) GAS kept me from ever buying a decent camera however. I've minimised the HiFi stack and sold most of my dj stuff, so now there's budget to finally experience the joys of photography. I've just picked up a Panny G3 a couple of weeks ago, which is my first foray into 'real' photography. I decided to go with mu-43 because it combines results with good portability. Panasonic somehow spoke to me because of the awesome video results that firmware hacking makes possible, available lenses and the simple factor of affordability. Tips, tricks, advice, fun, enjoyment of photos, I'm looking for all of it. If you have advice already on the basis of the photo selection at the bottom of this post, please share. All of these were shot with the 14mm f2.5 pancake. After I get my adapter I'll also be able to try out the 55mm 1.8 Takumar and the 55mm f2 44-2 Helios. No idea what my ideal lens is/will be/should be and which will turm out to be the keepers. All of these were shot raw and converted directly without any further pp. The first pic was shot in the Dutch city 's-Hertogenbosch (aka Den Bosch). The others were shot in Belgium, in the Ardennes (Bouillon/Les Hayons specifically) region.