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Old Nov 28, 2011, 3:59 PM   #1
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Default The fingers did it again....

Those %#^##}#}% fingers .... they pushed me to get the E-PL2 with the MMF-2 ...

Now they just want to try it ....
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....do it!

Put the 12-60 & 70-300 on right away, the V1 40-150 isn't at all good at focusing (I've tried it, I do have a VII that works very well). The 50-200 is super heavy. I've tried my 50-200 but my favorite FT lens on the P3 is my 70-300... It can be and usually is awesome for results.

You will have fun with the PEN, congratulations.
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Those %#^##}#}% fingers .... they pushed me to get the E-PL2 with the MMF-2 ...

Now they just want to try it ....
Enjoy, as you'll have fun with this little camera. You certainly will have not sacrificed anything, in terms of image quality.

I also agree with Bob, the 12-60SWD and the 70-300mm are the 2 lenses that I still have and use with the E-P2 or E-PL1. They work very well on the Pen bodies.

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Old Nov 28, 2011, 10:57 PM   #4
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And I am looking forward to see the 50-200SWD on it
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