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Old Apr 5, 2017, 12:35 PM   #1
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Yesterday I did these at our local 'Veterans Park' Arlington, TX USA.



























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It still holds up, doesn't it?
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It still holds up, doesn't it?
.......surely does Sammy
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I think my favorites of those are the flower shots.
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More bad shots, Bob. LOL

(I keep telling you to get the Mark II, and send your old one to me.)
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The 35mm f3.5 Zuiko is a sort-of "lost" lens in the system. Never saw all that much about it when the DSLR system was still in production, but it certainly has the advantage of going to 1:1 on its own, unlike the 50mm f2 I have that requires the EX25 extension tube.

It would be interesting to see a comparison between it and this new 30mm Micro model they just released. Bob's been posting some outstanding images from that lens for a long time, these included. I believe Zig also owned it at one time (maybe still does?). I think I remember him having one when I was up there visiting a few years ago and he maybe had a Pen just so he could use that lens. Zig, am I remembering right on that?
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The 35mm f3.5 Zuiko is a sort-of "lost" lens in the system. Never saw all that much about it when the DSLR system was still in production, but it certainly has the advantage of going to 1:1 on its own, unlike the 50mm f2 I have that requires the EX25 extension tube.

It would be interesting to see a comparison between it and this new 30mm Micro model they just released. Bob's been posting some outstanding images from that lens for a long time, these included. I believe Zig also owned it at one time (maybe still does?). I think I remember him having one when I was up there visiting a few years ago and he maybe had a Pen just so he could use that lens. Zig, am I remembering right on that?
You have a good memory, Greg.

Yes, When l sold off my 4/3 equipment, l kept the 35mm macro and an EP-2. Now that I have the EM-1, I'm looking to take a few flower pics. But, it's still too early around here to do so. Besides, Bob is doing such a good job posting pics (as are others), that l think mine will look pale in the comparison.

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.............Zig said, "l think mine will look pale in the comparison".

I can't imagine that, 'It would never be Zig.'
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