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Old Oct 4, 2013, 11:45 AM   #21
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To carry on with the upside of the OM-D EM1 being released is that I was able to acquire a E-5 with 11,000 clicks for $700AUD plus a 50-200 & 12-60 so I am now set, this setup will more than be enough for me for quite some time I think.

Plus of course I could always go to an EM-1 in the future with these lens, but I do not think that will be anytime soon, am more than happy with results with current kit and why wouldn't I be.
I haven't seen any good buys on the E-5 here in the states. I saw one with 55K clicks for 999.00. For my use the price of an E-5 isn't worth the advantage of a couple more meg sensor and video performance. I rarely have any use for video capabilities or the art filters.
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