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COMPLETED Olympus u14-42mm II R - Newest Version - Brand New Condition

Discussion in 'Completed Listings' started by mxlin, Sep 4, 2011.

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  1. mxlin

    mxlin Mu-43 Regular

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    Part of the kit, so no box. Great looking lens especially on black body, very sharp with silent AF - perfect for video.
    Asking $155 shipped. PP personal or +3%.
    Thanks for your interest.
    P1080074.
    SDC10061.
     
  2. SCT

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    I'm interested. Wish there was a pic of this on a black EPL1 before I decide
     
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    I can do lens + GF1 black. Wanna see it?
     
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    This is the silver 17mm pancake on the PL1:
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    I figure it should give you an idea of how the silver kit lens will look, as they're styled nearly the same.
     
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  5. SCT

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    You probably have a super bright HD led light or something on that GF1+IIR. I like the shine of the matte silver finish :) (underthatlightingwiththegf1)

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  6. mxlin

    mxlin Mu-43 Regular

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    Thanks for the compliment...
    Actual it was shot with a $100 P&S camera (only other camera I have now) set on spot metering with three floor and table lamps aiming at the subject from different directions - No LED lighting. I PP'ed slightly, mainly adding vignette.


     
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