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These wooden grips look great on Olympus or in general retro looking bodies! My used A7Rii came with one and it looked out of place to say the least. So that piqued my interest and the website says: "Additional Olympus Model Grips will be offered in December 2019! These include: E-M5 III, E-M10 III, Pen F. Please contact me if you are wishing for another Olympus model grip to be made. "

so I guess sending a mail with a request for grip to be made for your desired camera body might help?

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I wonder if anyone has ever given the Pen F a Steampunk aesthetic makeover? I reckon the camera is part-way there already with its beautiful retro design (I am biased, as an owner of one).
I don't own a Pen-F, so I haven't done a make over with the Pen-F. Even if I did, I might not use the Pen-F, because at least in Massachusetts, we've had rain in a good number of events. So my current camera is the E-m5 mark I. Because the E-m5 mark I is getting up in years, and I have other cameras that I reach for for normal photography, my theory is something happens to the E-m5 and renders it broken, such as dropping it, etc. I will be heartbroken, but I will continue on.

I posted this earlier in May.
https://www.mu-43.com/threads/show-micro-4-3-camera-p-rn.9702/page-135#post-1282552

Here is the picture, taken in the Hunts camera store after the Watch City event in May (E-m5 mark I + 14-54mm mark II lens + MMF-3):
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The idea is to have things that are analogs to modern cell phones. The octopus is the sound system, and she plays different instruments (her name in Madeline Pomfriet III or MP3). There is a telegraph key for communication (in earlier boxes, I've hooked it up as a camera shutter). There are angry birds in a ballista to play games. The beaver has a slide rule and sextant to figure out where you are instead of a GPS. The dragon has a compass to orient yourself. The raccoon is the engineer and has his toolbox. The theme of Watch City was mad science, so I added a mad scientist rubber duck. There are two squirrels, one a photographer and the other painter.

Here is the earlier box with the E-5 + 14-54mm lens inside. It is 25 pounds, so it rarely comes out:
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Here is the unit I take out when I don't want the weight of the other two (E-m5 mark I, 12-50mm lens):
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My wife unfortunately has gone from normal walking to using a walker, and now using a powered wheelchair. I made her a little companion to go in the drink holder first on the walker, and now on the chair:
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I usually prefer Olympus bodies over Pana but I will always be grateful to Panasonic for making ridiculously tiny lenses with high performance.

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EM1 Mkii with recently acquired mic and base plate from China - They work well
are cheap with quick free shipping(Under 10 days) to Canada -
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Nice bag. Is it the same one you posted here? It looks like it's the same model, but the color seems more Think Tank Pinestone-ish than the darker grey in the other post.
It's the same bag as before. The color is an Army green with tan accents. It looks a little lighter under the strobes...

Here's a link..
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Waterproof-Oil-waxed-Canvas-Leather-DSLR-Ourdoor-Camera-Messenger-Bag/113848306514?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&var=414088588393&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
 

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EP-5 with my Rokinon Fisheye:

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I bought this E-P1 2 or 3 years ago just because she's so pretty.

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All dressed up

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Well worn GX7 with Meike 35mm
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