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Old Mar 20, 2012, 7:13 AM   #1
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I enjoy these sort of things and wished they would have gone more in depth on the actual optical assemblies... thought others might also enjoy seeing inside an mft lens.

http://gizmodo.com/5894623/sony-and-...compact-design
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G'day ewan

amazing stuff > thx for posting :-)

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Today's camera technology is simply amazing.
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Yesterday a co-worker brought his Canon D5 and a couple of lenses to the office. I think I have forgotten how big they are and I can't picture myself ever carrying one those around my neck ever again. Long live the m4/3.
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Yesterday a co-worker brought his Canon D5 and a couple of lenses to the office. I think I have forgotten how big they are and I can't picture myself ever carrying one those around my neck ever again. Long live the m4/3.
I hear you and that was the reason I sold my Canon DSLR and lenses. Now I don't mind a bit taking my camera with me.
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