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Old Jul 3, 2014, 10:56 AM   #11
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Geez, 1400.00 for a body and the skin is starting to peel!!! I've had a few Nikon film bodies in my day and not one of them ever experienced skin peeling. Funny, but I've used my film cams more than my DSLR and I wonder why.
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Old Jul 9, 2014, 8:44 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by drew881 View Post
The exposure dial top fell off my Em-5. Super glue was the option I used.
I wonder if the Mode Dial top could fall off my E-M1 so I could make one that had MySet names instead of Movie, ART, SCN etc
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Old Jul 9, 2014, 9:19 AM   #13
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Myset options make more sense on a camera that's supposedly aimed more towards advanced users. I played with the Pop Art setting for a few weeks when I was using the E620 DSLR, but never used a mode setting before or since. I would imagine a majority of E-M1 users would have a similar usage pattern.

The cover is progressing up. I expect the edges to start separating from the body soon so I'll probably box it up and send to the Olympus El Paso service center some time over the next several days and "make do" with the E-M5 for a week or two. Might as well take advantage of the warranty period.

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