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    SHOW Jetties or Piers or Wharfs

    Berwick May 2017 (13 of 15) by Paul, on Flickr Hythe (1 of 1) by Paul, on Flickr
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    Micro 4/3 Micro 4/3 samples

    Loving the IQ of my recently acquired GX80, still coming to grips with some of the features, keep forgetting the 4K ability in circumstances where it would be useful. A bit unsure of the ergonomics, the controls fall nicely to hand, but it does feel a bit of a brick! It's also the first camera...
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    32nd Serious Compacts Salon Challenge - Feel The Noise

    Drums and fireworks, the loudest show I've ever been to Danbor Talka-12 by Paul, on Flickr
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    Micro 4/3 Why can't I love my G5?

    Well. the deed is done, prices fell to a point where I can't see them falling much lower, picked up the GX80 with 12-32 for £350 (with cashback) I think that's half the price at launch. Still working my way through the features, but have been impressed with the little zoom fitted to the GF5...
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    Show "Bicycle"

    Christmas Day ride into the Peak District (UK) though taking advantage of the easy gradient of a converted rail line, Tissington Trail. Playing with the 12-32 lens that came with my new toy. GX80, though fitted to my existing GF5. The bike's the same as in the night photo above, my recently...
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    Micro 4/3 Why can't I love my G5?

    Well, I've had a few weeks of navel gazing and visited a couple of camera shops and also reviewed some of my favorite photos taken over the last decade. What sort of surprised me, even though it's something I already knew, is that my favorite photos were not necessarily taken with my favorite...
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    "Light" multi-lens camera

    Fascinating indeed. I wonder how long before they're built into a smartphone.
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    Micro 4/3 Why can't I love my G5?

    Thank you all for taking the time to reply, plenty there to mull over. It's made the question clearer, even if the answer seems just as elusive. It's also reassuring to learn others go through the same and hear how they deal with it. I don't think there's been any particularly relevant life...
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    Micro 4/3 Why can't I love my G5?

    Apologies for the thinking aloud, but maybe something will come out of it... My camera history over the last 7 or 8 years - LX3 which was my first serious digital camera, traded it in for a GX1 which I really liked but developed multiple faults probably due to being rattled about on a lot of...
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    Micro 4/3 Micro 4/3 samples

    A few from a day in London. The viewing platform in the newer part of the Tate Modern on Bankside offers some great views, probably the best height you can get to for free. Photos straightened and slightly cropped, otherwise as taken. untitled-1 by Paul, on Flickr untitled-2 by Paul, on Flickr...
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    Show "Bicycle"

    Nightriding - I love it :)
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    Micro 4/3 Micro 4/3 samples

    Back in the M 4/3 fold with a GF5 which replaced a faulty GX1, despite it being a simpler body with a lot fewer features I find myself carrying it more so getting more use out of it, maybe size is everythingo_O Skeggy overnight-4 by Paul, on Flickr Skeggy overnight-3 by Paul, on Flickr
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    Micro 4/3 Back in the game with a GF5

    My lovely GX1 has developed several faults after too many trips rattling around in a cycle bag, still usable but not ideal. I dithered with the idea of replacing it with something more compact like the LX100, but in the end I like the change of mindset a change of lens can produce. Now I've...
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    Micro 4/3 Micro 4/3 samples

    I seem to be having a hilly Welsh year, two trips in the last couple of months, one cycling the other walking. And just when I'd sort of decided to move away from M 4/3 I find I like it too much... Both GX1 and 20mm 1.7 PH-20 by Paul, on Flickr Gospel Pass Snowdon-1-2 by Paul, on Flickr Snowdon
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    Hello again

    Thanks for that, I'll check out both those cameras. I haven't kept up with what's available, once I have something I like I tend to keep it, but then I can spend ages deciding on it's replacement. I quite like the discipline not having an interchangeable lens imposes. I've only ever had one...
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