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Old Dec 12, 2009, 7:08 AM   #1
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Default a Texan who actually likes the EP-2

Visited Kirk Tuck's site this morning to see what he's been writing.
Seems he just got the EP-2. Here's what he has to say:

http://visualsciencelab.blogspot.com/

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..........that was good reading on a lazy Sat am.
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Old Dec 12, 2009, 8:28 AM   #3
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Default That's interesting.

Its interesting. He definately thinks "out of the box". I would have never thought about the square format, and I love cropping to square more than most. I could see the ability to compose on camera to be a real treat.

The 35-100 mounted for a video lens... Like I said, "out of the box" thinking. I bet the results would be outstanding.

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Its interesting. He definately thinks "out of the box". I would have never thought about the square format, and I love cropping to square more than most. I could see the ability to compose on camera to be a real treat.

The 35-100 mounted for a video lens... Like I said, "out of the box" thinking. I bet the results would be outstanding.

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I would love to see a photo of the 35-100mm mounted to the EP-2. That would be a rather unusual looking combo.
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I would love to see a photo of the 35-100mm mounted to the EP-2. That would be a rather unusual looking combo.
Just a 35-100 with a rather large rear lens cap...

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Just a 35-100 with a rather large rear lens cap...

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Well said!
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Old Dec 13, 2009, 11:09 AM   #7
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Hola Ted,

That was just spot on !

I still can't see how you could use a lens like the 35-100F2 on any of the M43 cam's apart from the Pana G1/Gh1's with their grip and EVF. Having to use the LCd at arms length with the SGH/HG lenses is going to be pretty funny looking and not to mention strain on the arms !

Ok.. now I'm gonna go and read the blog!

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