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Old Apr 8, 2014, 11:04 PM   #1
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Default The Kit Gets Bigger.

Well, I now own:
2 Olympus E-P2
M. Zuiko17mm f2.8
Sigma 19mm f2.8
Sigma 30mm f2.8
M. Zuiko 40-150mm f4-5.6
VF-1
VF-3
Fotodiox Nikon F adapter
Fotodiox Pentax K adapter
Olympus FL-14 flash unit
Panasonic Lumix G2
And my wife Annette has the E-PL1 and the 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 kit lens.

That makes three systems right now, My Pentax, My wife Annette's Sony?Minolta and OUR micro 4/3 system.

Time to start posting some images here

I have been a regular on the Pentax forum for a few years but seldom ventured here.
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Old Apr 8, 2014, 11:09 PM   #2
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Absolutely! Welcome aboard.
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Looking forward to hearing about and seeing your pics from Nunavut. Guessing you have about a month to go before breaking out of the frost cycle. Must be a challenge for your batteries and finger tips eh...
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welcome and looking forward to seeing what you will be able to do with that kit!
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....I've seen your work over the past few years, welcome to m43., I'm anxious to see your results here.

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Welcome to m4/3 forum, this is a friendly group of members that don't like Oysters :-)

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Ditto

And welcome aboard. Looking forward to some of your handiwork.
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Welcome aboard mate!
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Welcome to m4/3 forum, this is a friendly group of members that don't like Oysters :-)

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I like a good Oyster... must be an East Coast think... those Texans are probably used to Rocky Mountain Oysters
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