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Old Mar 18, 2012, 2:22 AM   #1
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Default On the Trail with the E-P3

Before driving to Ennis to shoot the bluebonnets, I was over at Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center this morning, walking the lower trail..

Captured with the E-P3 and 45/1.8 M. Zuiko..



7.5mm Rokinon..



25mm f1.4..



Back to the 45/1.8..



Hanging vines in backlight, with the 45/1.8..



Again with the 45/1.8, I liked the shape of this tree..



A small clump of trees and the underbrush beyond, with the 12mm f2..

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Quite a few lens swap! The Rokinon shot is nice. A perfect candidate for the Biweekly shoot out current challenge.
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[QUOTE=Tullio;1291466]Quite a few lens swap!QUOTE]

Indeed. The bag I'm now using, a Think Tank Speedfreak v2.0, made the changes very easy. I've been looking for something to make the numerous changes as seamless as possible yet keep the bag secure, mainly for the upcoming trip. This bag does it.

I keep the main top completey zippered and use a single zipper that splits the top and allows fast access. It opens up enough to take the camera+lens out or put it in, and really easy to get in at other lenses, with a very convenient inside pocket to store caps and the single straight zipper is easy to open and close fast, keeping the entire bag sealed while I'm shooting with what's mounted on the body.
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I agree, a good bag can make a huge difference. My concern is always with regards to getting dust in the sensor, since in the m4/3 cameras the sensor is completely exposed. Actually I'm amazed by the fact that I haven't had that problem with any of my m4/3 cameras. Just about every DSLR I had in the past ended up with some dust in the sensor. One was so bad I had to send it to the service dept. to have it properly cleaned.
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