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Old Jun 1, 2011, 6:01 PM   #11
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I do not know why Olympus cannot do a better job of producing manuals for cameras. Each camera comes with manuals in something like 4-5 different languages. I wonder if they are all as bady written as the one in English?




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Well... *s* .. something to think about, isn't it?? I read something the other day about what it's like being a tech writer writing manuals for cameras, how little time they actually have to produce the manuals... so perhaps- the more complex cameras get, the more difficult it is to produce a manual. Unless you have very, very good technical writers.
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... so perhaps- the more complex cameras get, the more difficult it is to produce a manual. Unless you have very, very good technical writers.
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And that, Olympus does not seem to have.

Well, get up to speed and show us some images! Here's a few I took this past week with my E-PL1 and the same 14-42 II Zuiko that probably came with your E-PL2. I was shooting some test images to try out a new RAW profile I put together for conversions in Adobe Camera RAW..







and a couple I had shot earlier and re-repocessed using the new profile..





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VERY nice pictures! Statuary makes for great subjects... my wife shot a couple amazing pic's in a historical Savannah, GA cemetary-Bonaventure years ago.... loved the flowers, too!
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