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Old Nov 23, 2012, 6:42 PM   #1
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hi guys,

im still floating around and keeping an eye on team panny too. some great shots coming in from my old friends in the group. always a pleasure to look through the high calibre shots you all post. miss posting shots with my trusty fz, but its hard to pick up these days when im so busy with the new one. i post a few now and then in HDR but havent really sensed the spirit is the same in the nikon group. almost like the panny thing is unique, in fact im sure it is! anyway a belated Happy Thanks Giving to all my american friends on here and will try to get on with the fz some time real soon. take care peeps.

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Old Nov 24, 2012, 1:46 AM   #2
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Hope you are enjoying your new toy John. You can come visit us any time, and heck, I wouldn't even mind you posting a few Nikon shots here occasionally!!
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Having been a panny group person for ages; I can say that it seems unique to me. If you look at numbers viewing it seems to always be the most popular group around.

I know how that goes about new camera. Got an E-PL1 and have been playing with it. Lots of fun. Not the same as my FZ150 though.
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I always stop by the HDR forum and enjoy your work John, good stuff.

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Old Nov 24, 2012, 7:27 PM   #5
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thank you so much guys, this is where i hang my hat so i'll always drop in and say hi. might even get a few panny shots off this weekend, weather permitting.
and thaks for popping in the HDR group to see my pics. appreciate your supportive comments a lot
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