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Old Sep 22, 2006, 8:23 PM   #1
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Here's another 4/3rds site that really shows off the available products and cameras for the system!

There's even a gallery section which shows examples of how the lenses are used.

http://www.four-thirds.org/en/products/index.html


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Old Sep 23, 2006, 7:46 AM   #2
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Hi Paula

Thanks for posting the link and they've seriously improved that site and boy was it due a major overhaul. The original looked if someone knocked it up using MS word what's really suprising is that it's taken nearly 2 years for them to upgrade it!

Whats good about it - is that if you want to find out what 4/3's is all about you know have a professional looking website with the right content - all the camera's, lenses, etc in one spot.

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Old Sep 23, 2006, 11:13 AM   #3
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Hi HarjTT! :bye:

I didn't even know the site existed before! Ithought it was "new"...

Then again, I've only just started in photography 5 months ago, and never even used or owned a DSLR camera before then... :lol:

I find it to be clean and easy to navigate. For some reason, I feel more comfortable there than on the Olympus site when checking out the products, specs and photo samples. For me, the product listings don't seem to be as "together" or easy to find over on Olympus' site. Go figure... :?

I also like how they listed the copanies invested in the 4/3rds system. I was always confused about who was. I get the feeling that there may be far more planned for this site.


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I didn't even know the site existed before! Ithought it was "new"...
Well, you can say that it's so revamped that it IS new!:G
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