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R0B

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Great idea about a dedicated MU 4/3s site Amin.

I have made my mind up that this is the system for me and am in the process of selling my Olympus E3 and lenses etc.

Next decision is .......GF1 or EP2 ?

It's a great choice to have!

I look forward to being part of, and hopefully contributing to, your forum

Regards

Rob
 

Bill Gordon

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Great idea about a dedicated MU 4/3s site Amin.

I have made my mind up that this is the system for me and am in the process of selling my Olympus E3 and lenses etc.

Next decision is .......GF1 or EP2 ?

It's a great choice to have!

I look forward to being part of, and hopefully contributing to, your forum

Regards

Rob
Hi Rob and welcome to to the best and friendliest forum on the internet. Interestingly I once owned the E-3 and as much as I loved it...I hated it because of the weight and now I have the E-p2 and all the gear that goes with it. I am sure that you will like it...yes it is designed more like a rangefinder 35mm rather that the DSLR but you get used to it and it is compact....I have the Henley bag and it holds everything...including my tiny tripod!!
 

R0B

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Hi Rob and welcome to to the best and friendliest forum on the internet. Interestingly I once owned the E-3 and as much as I loved it...I hated it because of the weight and now I have the E-p2 and all the gear that goes with it. I am sure that you will like it...yes it is designed more like a rangefinder 35mm rather that the DSLR but you get used to it and it is compact....I have the Henley bag and it holds everything...including my tiny tripod!!
Many thanks for the welcome Bill.

I agree with you over the E3 - fantastic camera etc but I just did not take it out due to size and weight etc, especially when coupled with the 50-200!

I'm really looking forward to going out with a camera in my pocket and just taking pictures again.
 

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Welcome Rob and hello from Edinburgh. You will love m43. Either of the cameras you mention will do a great job. You'll love working with legacy lenses if you get into that.

All the best,

Colin
 

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Rob, a belated welcome and thank you for your introduction.

Decisions, decisions... Plusses to both cameras, so take your time. The This and That forum is a great place to post a thread asking for feedback on both cameras, or you can delve into the Panasonic and Olympus forums for posts specific to each.

I look forward to your involvement - and your ultimate decision.:thumbup:
 

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