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Old May 20, 2012, 12:47 PM   #1
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Hi, I'm about to receive my new discounted price Lumix GF-3 bundled with the 14mm pancake. I wan't suggestions for a second all around good lens. I plan to use the camera for family/friends reunions and vacations. My daughter loves the dof effect and if it is possible would like a lens capable of this. I also expect not to spend too much. Thanks
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Old May 20, 2012, 10:35 PM   #2
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Is there any one there that could sugest something?
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Is there any one there that could sugest something?
I think you would get better feedback if you posted in this forum.

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Thanks a lot. Would do that!!!
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Hi, I'm about to receive my new discounted price Lumix GF-3 bundled with the 14mm pancake. I wan't suggestions for a second all around good lens. I plan to use the camera for family/friends reunions and vacations. My daughter loves the dof effect and if it is possible would like a lens capable of this. I also expect not to spend too much. Thanks
I own the GF1 and I primarily use the 20mm pancake (for indoor, low light, scenery) and the 45-200mm for wildlife. If you crank down the f-stop, you should be able to achieve good bokeh (soft background) with most lenses.

You will probably get more response over on the micro four-thirds forum.
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