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Panolyman

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Ooh that's sexy.....
into a bit of bondage now are we?

And please forgive my ignorance, but is that a viewfinder attached to the Pen F?
Voyeurism as well!
 

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Much as I've admired the sexy Pen F, I dismissed having one due to the lack of a viewfinder.
I didn't realise you could attach the VF-4, as I thought it was for the EP & EPL type cameras. :shakehead:
 

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Yes, of course it does Gary, I'm getting so confused this morning (and most other times).
The reason I've dismissed the Pen F is the fact that the viewfinder is sited well to the left of the body.
I hated my Lumix GX80 for the same reason, as I ended up with SNS!


Squashed Nose Syndrome. :rolleyes:
 

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Yes, of course it does Gary, I'm getting so confused this morning (and most other times).
The reason I've dismissed the Pen F is the fact that the viewfinder is sited well to the left of the body.
I hated my Lumix GX80 for the same reason, as I ended up with SNS!


Squashed Nose Syndrome. :rolleyes:
The camera shown is an E-P5. The PEN-F does not, I believe, accept separate viewfinders as it lacks the AP2 port.
 

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Yes, of course it does Gary, I'm getting so confused this morning (and most other times).
The reason I've dismissed the Pen F is the fact that the viewfinder is sited well to the left of the body.
I hated my Lumix GX80 for the same reason, as I ended up with SNS!


Squashed Nose Syndrome. :rolleyes:
I know of what you speak. As a left eye shooter my nose always is a hinderance when using my Pen F....... but the special features under the Creative Dial keeps me infatuated. Try the E-M5 III, pretty nice, as well.
 

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I just got hold of an "as new" M5 Mk I and am loving it.
It's got exclusive use of my 60mm Macro and I'm pretty pleased with the results.
 

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David and Goliath...
David is GM5, the camera I always carry everywhere.
Goliath is EOS 5D mk2, the camera I naturally grab to shoot around the house.
These are my 2 most often used cameras. Seen here with their respective tele-zoom lens.

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Shot with an E-M10 Mk.1 and 14-42 kit lens.
 

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I know of what you speak. As a left eye shooter my nose always is a hinderance when using my Pen F....... but the special features under the Creative Dial keeps me infatuated. Try the E-M5 III, pretty nice, as well.
At least with the viewfinder on the left side of the camera you don't end up poking your right eye with your thumb trying to reach the rear dial :)
 

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Since I bought the E-M5 III, it feels I could sell some older stuff I don't use.
So I have made up some kits, bodies with typical lenses:

E-M5 III: This is good for all smaller lenses (I have), typically good with manual adapted glass.
E-M5: Good for all smaller lenses but not manual ones (no peaking). But now, typically best with the two silver lenses.
GM1: Nice travel kit with the smallest lenses.
GX80: Was before my go-to body for all smaller lenses, of any kind. But now superseeded by E-M5 III.
G80: Best with big lenses (especially Panny ones so you get Dual-IS).

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GX80 have no use now I think.
E-M5 not too much either, the silver lenses looks bad on black bodies so I think I could sell all these silver stuff. Not using them too much anyway. (I would like to keep them for nostalgic reasons, I really love this body, but would feel better if someone else continues the journey)
 
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