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    Camera Choices

    What camera to chose to get into micro 4/3 with a budget of $500-600?
    I most often would be shooting outdoors.

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    Re: Camera Choices

    Quote Originally Posted by photoheron View Post
    What camera to chose to get into micro 4/3 with a budget of $500-600?
    I most often would be shooting outdoors.
    Maybe this could be an option. http://www.getolympus.com/us/en/e-pl...digital&ref=CJ

    Or this http://www.getolympus.com/us/en/digi...ras/e-pl7.html
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    Re: Camera Choices

    Buy a used OM-D E-M5, preferably with some warranty left, and send it to Olympus for service and get a like new camera.

    It sells for $400 nowadays if not less ,and camera servicing is like $150 if you're out of warranty. They will inspect it, fix all you complain about and clean it all up and tune it.

    Be careful that Olympus warranty is not worldwide anymore.
    Bodies: E510, E30, E-PL1, Lenses: 12-60mm, 14-54mm, 50-200mm, 35mm, EC-14, 14-42mmL, 40-150mm, MMF-2.

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