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Old Jan 16, 2016, 5:53 PM   #11
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Old Jan 17, 2016, 10:46 AM   #12
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I've been doing some shooting around with a Leica M digital outfit (why I have not been posting much here recently) and I will tell ya, you talk about a dust spot, try 7-8 in each image, and that's at f2.8. Stop down to f5.6-8 and the show really can get ugly. Post-processing dust spot nightmares I have had. That big 'ol sensor is a dust magnet. I'll never take my Olympus bodies for granted again when it comes to the sensor management system, even if you can catch a spot from time to time, primarily from just not being careful enough when changing lenses.

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....oh my! 1 is my most favorite with 4 and 'The Campgrounds' being spectacular too.

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Well if the photos are over saturated it sure adds to the beauty of the photos. Great job.
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