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    Is there no more E-420 cameras out there? are they all faultless? (mine is) is every body happy with there E-420? (i am) there are no discussions going on about anything, not for a year now. Do you all own a Canon/Nikon now?
    I love my E-420 and would love to chat with a few that feel the same, exchange photos, ideas, lets have a projects to do.
    I duno, seem to have bought into the wrong club again

  • #2
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    Hi Cornishrob, I have 2 E410s and am equally satisfied, however, these cameras are now not fashionable everyone seems to want to take photos at arms length tese days.

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    • #3
      Re: lost

      yea, shame really cos the E-420 is a very good camera, just expencive for lenses and not that many to choose from. what's the E-410 like?

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      • #4
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        Excellent, I use it for travelling by motorcycle, the whole kit will fit into my tank bag.

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        • #5
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          I have had a E400, and I have a E410 and a E520, 520 being the usual body of choice these days, its been knocked over, dropped and swam in a storm drain without any waterproofs on, it took 3 weeks to get over that 1, but it still works and does the job for me.

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          • #6
            Re: lost

            let's get more going, I've only had my E-420 2 years but love the feel and performance, I have a 17.5-42/40-150/70-300 lenses, I like to think I've covered every but not for action especially Surfing which I have a passion for, other than that, I love all I have, got stacks of gadgets to

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            • #7
              Re: lost

              Lots of us out here. I have had my E420 for 3 years and have loved it every step of the way. My wife liked it so much I got her one too. I carry it everywhere and have never had a bit of a problem with it. I have a Canon 60D at my disposal at work and to be honest I enjoy the E-420 much more all around. The E420 may not be the cool camera on the block, but for my money it is a real gem.

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              • #8
                Re: lost

                By the way, the so called limitations of the E420 are not a factor for me at all. I started shooting in the 1970's with a manual Minolta SRT 201 (still have it). Back then you had to set the aperture, shutter, ISO and focus by hand and image stabilization was called a tripod. Everything else is just high priced fluff to me. Hold your heads high - the E420 is a worthy tool for any photographer.

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                • #9
                  Re: lost

                  Originally posted by teleman View Post
                  By the way, the so called limitations of the E420 are not a factor for me at all. I started shooting in the 1970's with a manual Minolta SRT 201 (still have it). Back then you had to set the aperture, shutter, ISO and focus by hand and image stabilization was called a tripod. Everything else is just high priced fluff to me. Hold your heads high - the E420 is a worthy tool for any photographer.
                  Y thanks Teleman, I thought I was the only guy about, bytheway, I bought my wife one aswell, she loves it, swap lenses and so

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                  • #10
                    Re: lost

                    Hey, some of us are still on the E410 and happy to be there.

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                    • #11
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                      Anybody shooting the E410 and E420? Just curious (and own E420)

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                      • #12
                        Re: lost

                        Yes! I have had an e-420 for many years and still use it often. It is a great travel camera. It lacks a little in low light, but offers excellent daylight results.

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                        • #13
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                          Recently I've been using my E-410 more than my E-3. Last weekend I lent it to a friends son who's taking a photo course in high school.
                          It's the image that's important, not the tools used to make it.

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                          • #14
                            Re: lost

                            I use mine almost exclusively with the 25mm pancake, though the shutter is a bit loud for street photography. And its the hiking go-to for quality and lightness. I can't imagine selling it, as its so useful for so many things. Its same size and lighter than the original omd too

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                            • #15
                              Re: lost

                              I have been using the E420 on and off.
                              Have had good times shooting with the 25mm too.
                              Although the shutter is loud, I just love the sound it produces.
                              Sadly I don't think I will be using it much anymore since I just upgraded to the Olympus E-M1. I purchased the MMF-3 adapter which will come in handy for the legacy lenses I own

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