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Old Apr 4, 2014, 2:46 PM   #11
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I use the EX25 with the FT 70-300 a lot and it is wonderful. A couple weeks ago I used the 10mm Mieke and m40-150 at the butterfly shoot and it was a perfect system with the focus distance from 12 inches to 4 ft.

E-P3 & m40-150/Mieke-DG 10mm @ 62mm f/7.1 .. I remember this one, focus length less than 20 inches
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Someday you should lay out all your gear on the kitchen table and post a photo so the rest of us can drool. ;-)
OK.....you asked for it. The only things you are not seeing below is what I used to snap the picture, the E-M1, 12-40 and FL50R flash..



Back Row (L to R), the Four-Thirds glass..

EX25 Tube
70-300mm f4-5.6
50-200mm f2.8-3.5, fitted with the MMF-3
8mm f3.5
50mm f2 Macro, fitted with MMF-2

Middle Row, the Micro Zuikos..

45mm f1.8
12mm f2
17mm f1.8
9-18 M. Zuiko
40-150 M. Zuiko
75-300 M. Zuiko II
75-300 M. Zuiko (I)
14-150 M. Zuiko
60mm Macro M. Zuiko
75/1.8 M. Zuiko

Front Row..

7.5mm f3.5 Rokinon Fisheye

And the Panasonic glass..

25/1.4 Panasonic Leica
12-35mm f2.8 Panasonic
35-100mm f2.8 Panasonic
7-14mm f4 Panasonic

E-M5 body
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Old Apr 5, 2014, 4:44 PM   #13
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......and the bags?
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No bags. I'd need the rest of the room.
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OK.....you asked for it. The only things you are not seeing below is what I used to snap the picture, the E-M1, 12-40 and FL50R flash.
Zowie! Ever think of starting a lens rental business?!? I'd like to try some of those.

Pretty much all my glass fits in the bag at the same time. It would be great to have all that you have at your disposal but the hard part would be deciding what to take as you head out the door.

And don't you have some kind of flash diffuser or deflector? I seem to remember you mentioning something to that effect when you shot an indoor event with your 12-40.
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Wow! I've seen fewer lens in a camera shop showroom!!!
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Zowie! Ever think of starting a lens rental business?!? I'd like to try some of those.

Pretty much all my glass fits in the bag at the same time. It would be great to have all that you have at your disposal but the hard part would be deciding what to take as you head out the door.

And don't you have some kind of flash diffuser or deflector? I seem to remember you mentioning something to that effect when you shot an indoor event with your 12-40.
We could probably work out some sort of borrow to test deal.

Yes, deciding what to use any one day is an issue. I rather not have more than 3 lenses in the bag at any one time.

I use the Demb bounce attachment. Works really well.
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I use the Demb bounce attachment. Works really well.
I knew you had more gear somewhere. Check the sock drawer.

All kidding aside, that's a pretty great collection.
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Did you get rid of your 12-50?
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Opp, left that one out, and I know why.....

The 20mm f1.7 Panasonic too
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