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Old Jun 17, 2011, 8:53 PM   #1
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Old Jun 17, 2011, 9:23 PM   #2
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What a life! Belly full of fish and now it's Miller time! heheheheh Nice shots, Steve.
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I could see the rock and their color blend, its beautiful Steve.
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Old Jun 21, 2011, 12:14 PM   #4
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Thanks for the comments, guys.

I forgot to mention that those shots were taken with the E-520 and the kit Zuiko 40-150mm zoom lens. It is a lens that continues to perform well, especially considering the value for the little money that it cost.

Notice the lack of defined shadows, it was an overcast day, and made for a pleasant look without the harsh shadows that you would expect in bright sunshine.
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Old Jun 21, 2011, 5:17 PM   #5
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....reminds me of our cat, seems she gets her 20-hrs a day in quite easily and looks like these most of the time.

I really like these photos, especially the colors.

We've said before how we like our ver-1 40-150, while I have a couple better spec'd lenses I do like using the 40-150 and the results from it.
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We've said before how we like our ver-1 40-150, while I have a couple better spec'd lenses I do like using the 40-150 and the results from it.[/QUOTE]

Hi Bob: I haven't used the version 1 of the 40-150 lens. I bought the smaller version 2 and have been satisfied with it. I looked at both when I bought it, and decided to go version 2 as the lighter of the two. I hate carrying around a bag full of heavy equipment. I know that each version has its supporters.
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.....I'll be darned, I thought you were using the 'old' one. Mine came with the E-300 when I bought it. As you say both have supporters, both lenses produce good results.
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.....I'll be darned, I thought you were using the 'old' one. Mine came with the E-300 when I bought it. As you say both have supporters, both lenses produce good results.
Yes, I bought my E-330 body with the 14-42mm version 2 kit lens, then went shopping separately on for the 40-150mm. I wound up buying it used for a bargain price, and it was in like new condition.
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I got mine as part of the E500 kit. Never liked it! All my pics with it are really 'soft'
After listening to you guys gloating over yours, I may have to look for another, see what's that's like, then sell mine..... I'll let you know so you don't end up with it...

Oh and did I tell you I loved those photos, nicely done!!!
I'll be upsetting their relatives Friday night when we scare them off the bhoys as we sail by.
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