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Impromptu Trip to Cannon Beach

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Nov 3, 2015
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The wife unit has been watching our neighbors two dogs for the past week so she's been pretty cooped up in the house. I was informed yesterday that we were going to the beach today if the weather was nice... well, it was pretty nice.

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Was the new pup's first visit to a proper beach. I don't consider the banks of the Willamette a beach. She went bonkers, naturally.
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I also figured out the old Olympus 100mm f2 makes for a pretty good landscape... shot at f8
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Side note: I didn't mean to ignore you @KillRamsey when you asked about my experience with the X-E3 back in Nov... I had email notifications turned off and JUST saw your message yesterday =] So, yes... live in Portland. I'm finding the X-E3 meets my needs. Coming from a m4/3 (E-M1, E-M10II) and A7II (with only legacy glass and the TechArt Pro adapter), it's easily as fast or faster at many things comparatively. Only thing that makes me nervous is weather sealing (or, lack thereof).
 

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