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Old Nov 29, 2016, 12:34 PM   #1
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Default ....for me, new carrying habit

As I've said before, I rarely don't have the 40-150 PRO + MC-14 on the E-M1. But, when I want the 12-40 PRO it most often was a bit of bother to make the lens switch for maybe a single use then back to the 40-150.

So, I broke-out the E-P3 from its hiding bag and now carry it with the 12-40 fitted in the field bag (Think Tank 7).

I'm enjoying having both lenses ready..........

E-M1 + 40-150 PRO + MC-14








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Old Nov 29, 2016, 3:11 PM   #2
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Beautiful pictures Bob,

Love the contrast and color saturation, looks like you are having fun with the camera ready lenses, that's the beauty of the m4/3 system to have the chance to carry two cameras and some lenses with out hurting your back.
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Beautiful pictures Bob,

Love the contrast and color saturation, looks like you are having fun with the camera ready lenses, that's the beauty of the m4/3 system to have the chance to carry two cameras and some lenses with out hurting your back.
I agree with Marcelo. The quality of the photos confirm the usefulness of your equipment selection.
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Nicely done, Bob.

Thanks for mentioning the Think Tank 7, as I've got to get a decent bag big enough to carry 2 bodies with lenses mounted and a couple additional lenses in pouches.
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Great looking photos. I have the E-3 and you snap on the 70-300 lens it becomes a back breaker. I have a small Nikon 510 that I care for just fun shots. Thinking about the Nikon P900.
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