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phigmov

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Panasonic GF1+14mm : Cat meets catnip, contemplates existence, trips balls

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E-PM1 + 12-32 - cat looking very pleased with herself for releasing yet another mouse in my kitchen

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GF1 + 25mm f1.7 Pana

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The 12MP sensor seems to have been the best on the earliest cameras, at least that is my impression. I've never had a GF1 but people really liked the output. I did own an EP1 for a while and while I didn't like the dynamic range, I did really like the JPEG output. I first entered M4/3 with a GF3, which was not a very good implementation of the 12MP sensor.
My first micro four-thirds was a gf3 as well. It was a decent enough camera but the output definitely didn't age very well compared to the em5 16-megapixel series sensors. It was still very capable however; especially if you could bracket exposure and merge. I originally got it as a Valentine's day gift (it was on clearance at Target for like $200 with a lens!). By itself it was weak, but when I picked up a PL25f1.4 it was a total game changer. I stopped using my 50D and never looked back...
 

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The E-PM1 was my entry into m4/3.

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SOOC JPEG. GF1 with Panny 20mm...might be more than a few m43 users who started with this combination?

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I believe lens used was the Olympus 40-150mm/f4-5.6.
 

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Catting with the 45 & E-PM1

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Catting with the GF1 & 20mm - such a lovely combo

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Peters Canyon park in Orange County, CA burned in October 2017. You can see now the vegetation returning, growing up around charred tree remains.

GF1 with 12-32; a great, light, get out and about combo.

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You can fit a lot of cat into the frame with an E-PM1 & the Oly 9-18mm lens.

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Shot with LX100 in Apr 2018. A multi shot 3 row panorama at Arches NP. It was, the last road trip for the LX100. Retired to around the house duties due to huge amounts of dust bunnies that can't be removed from the sensor.
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More fun with the 9-18 and E-PM1 - loving this lens... when it does its thing the images really 'pop'

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E-PM1 & 9-18mm - thought I'd try it out at dawn on the way to work

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