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    I hope that this blog review is interesting to others. I really enjoyed the update on the 'little' Pen. It's just as capable as the others and the Dramatic Tone filter is well worth trying - especially with the dull skies we're suffering in the UK at the moment!
    http://blog.warehouseexpress.com/olympus-e-pl2-review/

    I hope you enjoy it.

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    The one thing that amazed was how sharp the 14/42 lens is. I let my daughter borrow it and now she won't give it back! Well, what are Dads for anyway. Based on it's overall performrnce, I am considering the new OM-D.
    Good luck with yours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ernman View Post
    The one thing that amazed was how sharp the 14/42 lens is. I let my daughter borrow it and now she won't give it back! Well, what are Dads for anyway. Based on it's overall performrnce, I am considering the new OM-D.
    Good luck with yours!

    That's funny. I was amazed at how poor it is. I never use it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Baxter View Post
    That's funny. I was amazed at how poor it is. I never use it now.
    I think there are huge variation in production quality on the 14-42mm. Especially the earliest versions.
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