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Old Sep 25, 2013, 10:35 PM   #1
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Default The E-30 is not dead yet :)

A couple of shot with the E-30 :

With the 9-18mm...






With the 50-200SWD...



and with the 12-60SQD...



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Old Sep 26, 2013, 8:21 AM   #2
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I did enjoy seeing these, while I don't have a 12-60 I do the others and these are terrific. The 9-18 is becoming my favorite lens, the first photo here is my really favorite, love it.
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Those are all excellent shots. The B&W is sharp and detailed; and the color photos are all spot-on with very natural colors and details. Well done, and proof that the E-30 is a very effective camera.
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All of what these guys say... Good stuff.
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Thanks all

FYI, the first 2 are HDR (and it was a windy day!!!) and for the last one I used the "Sunset" Scene mode. All of them tweaked a bit using the Topaz Plug-ins.

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I did enjoy your pictures for sure!
Really good pictures, well done and thx for posting them.
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Really nice shots, like the first one the best, very detailed.
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