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Old Dec 16, 2009, 11:21 PM   #51
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Sloane House is right by bhphoto, smile.

Yeah they have clean up the city a bit to much for me. It had more flare when I was a young pup causing problem. All the clean up of the city drove an expensive city to a ridiculous price city for housing.
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Old Dec 17, 2009, 3:50 AM   #52
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I want to move back to the city, but it is way too expensive now! There is no way I could afford it on what I make. Like I said I am looking at other cities. You are having a very cold year, are you not?
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Old Dec 17, 2009, 7:32 AM   #53
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It has been very cold this year, not to many 90 degree days, and it been a early winter. But it is good. It was alway to warm in the city the last couple of year.

I know what you mean and totally agree, my home in Frankfurt A.M. is nicer and larger then my home in NYC. And at it is way less then what my NYC home cost.
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Old Dec 17, 2009, 10:56 AM   #54
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I feel like I have to decide right now. Yet, I really want to go hold both! I am leaning towards the Olympus with the 18-180 lens, but I want to see finger placement first. I am afraid of either one selling out. Advice?
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I feel like I have to decide right now. Yet, I really want to go hold both! I am leaning towards the Olympus with the 18-180 lens, but I want to see finger placement first. I am afraid of either one selling out. Advice?
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you have already given yourself the advice i would give, go out and try them both. you will quickly have your decision.
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Old Dec 17, 2009, 2:53 PM   #57
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Go for it! I know you understand that hand span versus the controls is an important factor. Thise Olympus 18-180mm lens are also on E-Bay from time to time, so there is a way to save some$$.

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I feel like I have to decide right now. Yet, I really want to go hold both! I am leaning towards the Olympus with the 18-180 lens, but I want to see finger placement first. I am afraid of either one selling out. Advice?
You can alway get it online, if your local shop sells out.
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