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Old Jun 8, 2014, 8:24 PM   #11
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Very nice start

the E-M1 and 14-54 looks like a winning combination
yes the 14-54 on the E-M1 is a sure winner of a combo, to say it focuses faster than on a CDAF body is an understatement, comparatively it focuses like lightning. Not only is it fast but it goes right to focus instead of going past and then back, this being the difference between CDAF and PDAF; in CDAF it has to go past the point of maximum contrast and then back up, in PDAF it knows which way to go and by how much.

Using the touch to shoot on the touch screen with the 14-54 and it is very quick to lock and fire.

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No no, it looks great. Just thought it was funny.
Okay - I'm always willing to shop something out if it distracts so don't be afraid to say so.

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Nice stuff ramcewan. And congrats on the camera!
Thanks Chi, I couldn't be happier with the new camera, it is light years ahead of the E-PL2 and definitely worth the wait.
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Old Jun 8, 2014, 8:59 PM   #12
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p.s. here's the elder cat, Kazoo, sitting on a pillow on the leather chair

Elder Statesman by ramcewan, on Flickr
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Old Jun 11, 2014, 10:07 AM   #13
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Very nice shots of your pets and congrats for the new camera!!

The 14-54mm was one my favorite lens with the 70-200mm.

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