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07-29-2012, 05:53 AM - 1 Like   #181
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A couple of Meyer-Optik Oreston shots:





And a couple of shots from the Olympus 14-42 kit lens:



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Nice shots woof. I am actually very interested in picking up a cheap m4/3 camera and the 9-18mm zuiko for my UWA needs. Presently the widest I can go is just with the pentax 15mm. How are you finding the zuiko so far? I am interested mainly because of the weight savings a UWA m4/3 setup offers, relative to the sigma 10-20 or Pentax 12-24 on my k5
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Bear in mind that the 9-18mm is only three effective mm wider than the 15 Ltd. The Panasonic 7-14mm will get you really wide, but it ain't cheap.
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QuoteOriginally posted by deadwolfbones Quote
Bear in mind that the 9-18mm is only three effective mm wider than the 15 Ltd. The Panasonic 7-14mm will get you really wide, but it ain't cheap.
Yea I know. But the size and weight of the Olympus is what gets me. And with EPL1s getting so cheap on Cameta cameras, it's like a lightweight UWA setup for not much. Though the oly UWA isn't cheap but I can always resell that.

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QuoteOriginally posted by deadwolfbones Quote
Bear in mind that the 9-18mm is only three effective mm wider than the 15 Ltd. The Panasonic 7-14mm will get you really wide, but it ain't cheap.
3mm out this wide is quite a bit in practice...
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QuoteOriginally posted by nickthetasmaniac Quote
3mm out this wide is quite a bit in practice...
Sure, but maybe not enough to acquire a new system for.
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Pentax DA 15 Limited

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Some stuff from Grand Teton NP with the OM-D, 12/2, and 45/1.8:











































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Wow, those are some absolutely stunning shots! Gotta love that 45mm!

QuoteOriginally posted by deadwolfbones Quote
Some stuff from Grand Teton NP with the OM-D, 12/2, and 45/1.8:
From a road trip a few weekends ago:

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