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Old Oct 10, 2012, 8:38 PM   #1
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I was recently sorting thru my collection of heron shots, and came across one of my old backyard shots that I don't believe was ever posted. It was taken with my old E-330 with an old legacy manual lens. While the E-330 can not compete with the E-3; in my experience, under normal lighting conditions, the E-330 images are usually superior to my E-520.


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Old Oct 10, 2012, 9:49 PM   #2
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Cool pic. The only time I see a heron that close is when I'm chasing the bugger away from my fish...!

I was told to get the E330 when I wanted to get back to photography but decided instead to go with the slightly later model E500.
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Thanks, Ken. I know that your E-500 is still coveted for it's excellent sensor. The E-330 was the first dslr that I bought when I moved up from the digital P&S cameras. I was attracted to the swivel LCD screen and the excellent live view. I later picked up a used E-520 at a good price, as I wanted the in-body image stabilization. Each has their strength and weakness, and I still shoot with both from time to time. But 99% of my shooting now is with the E-3 and I think that camera is super.
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Really a very good picture Steven!
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