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  • #76
    Re: Comparing the Digital Zuiko 50-200 old and new

    Originally posted by Ians Tata View Post
    Andy, I'm sure that there's a whole lot more of your skill involved than you will ever admit to.

    Jeff
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    • #77
      Re: Comparing the Digital Zuiko 50-200 old and new

      Even though I have an e-510 rather than the e-3 that you use, I still have benefitted from using the notes that you have given us all on the c-af that you worked out with much practice and experimentation photographing the rapters. So the talent is supplemented by your determination and imagination at working out the solutions. So humble as you may be... never sell yourself short

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      • #78
        Re: Comparing the Digital Zuiko 50-200 old and new

        Originally posted by Ians Tata View Post
        Even though I have an e-510 rather than the e-3 that you use, I still have benefitted from using the notes that you have given us all on the c-af that you worked out with much practice and experimentation photographing the rapters. So the talent is supplemented by your determination and imagination at working out the solutions. So humble as you may be... never sell yourself short

        Jeff
        Thanks - it's go to know that they have had wider applicability than just the later AF systems on the E-600, E-620, E-30 and E-3.

        Andy
        Olympus E-M1 ZD 7-14 f4, 300 f2.8, PL 25 f1.4D
        mZuiko 12-40 f2.8 Pro, 60 f2.8, 40-150 f2.8 Pro
        EC-14, EC-20, HLD-7
        Metz 58 AF-1&2 , Manfrotto 441, Gimbal Head, Velbon Neopod 74


        Gallery: http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/elliott.aje.andy

        Website: 361photography.com 361wild.com

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