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Old Apr 2, 2013, 6:21 PM   #11
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They must learn how to do that from their mothers at an early age because when they get in their early 20's they are very proficient at it.
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"The Look". I do get that. Fortunately, she's just my girlfriend so we don't have joint accounts
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Old Apr 2, 2013, 6:56 PM   #12
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LOL I know about "the look" also.

I love my E-3 and the way it handles, especially when using the 50-200mm and 12-60mm. I think James will like using it once he masters the plethora of options and settings.
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