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Old Sep 17, 2017, 11:21 AM   #11
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Sneezy .. nows thats awesome.. not for the faint hearted or anyone with stubby fingers. Glad you managed to get it fixed and do it yourself, well done mate and truley impressed!

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Sneezy .. nows thats awesome.. not for the faint hearted or anyone with stubby fingers. Glad you managed to get it fixed and do it yourself, well done mate and truley impressed!

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Yep thanks, I was quite happy to finish that repair. So many points along the way it could have got binned by a simple slip up.
Anyway, gained a lot of knowledge of how that series lens ticks inside that may be useful again one day.
I have more time to save up for a m.zuiko 12-40 F2.8 Pro now too, as I like my macro tinkering, and the newer lenses support 'focus stacking' that the old lenses don't. Almost enough reason for an upgrade by itself really
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Old Oct 13, 2017, 9:01 PM   #13
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That is a lot of delicate work. So glad to hear that you had successful results.
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