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Old Jan 18, 2011, 3:10 PM   #1
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Shot with my new (for me) Zuiko 50mm ED. Just testing it out to see if it's worth keeping. I believe it is I think it's going to be just the thing for my floral images. :W:

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Old Jan 18, 2011, 3:23 PM   #2
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I recon you got yourself a keeper there, if'n you you don't like it throw it my way.

Looking at this with the PAD and swiping the lower screen, looks like dust, it is but in the photo, that is a sharp lens.

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Old Jan 18, 2011, 4:25 PM   #3
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I recon you got yourself a keeper there, if'n you you don't like it throw it my way.

Looking at this with the PAD and swiping the lower screen, looks like dust, it is but in the photo, that is a sharp lens.
The background is black velvet but the base is black felt (and a little dust ), Bob. It it's an excellent lens but, as others have noted, slow to focus. I believe I'll hang on to it. heheheh
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I was not being critical of the photo, I like it and found it interesting that it is so sharp that I at first did not realize the dust was a part of the photo. IMO it all works together quite well and presents a great result.
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That's one RED apple. Definitely looks good enough to eat and lots of detail to look at.
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That's one RED apple. Definitely looks good enough to eat and lots of detail to look at.
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More test shots from the new Zuiko 50mm ED These are straight out of the camera.



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