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    Default Hi All - New from UK

    Hi folks, First post here - I have an E1 with FL36, 14-54, 50 macro and 40-150 .. Jeesh that read like a newbie intro from Alcoholics anonymous didn`t it ;-) LOL!

    I got the link from one of Ben`s posts in another forum

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    Default Re: Hi All - New from UK

    Welcome to the forum. Look forward to seeing you around and some shots.

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    Default Hey Adam...great to see you here

    After a few posts, you will become quite comfortable here. This place looks different, feels different...and well, is different! Just posting alone is a pleasure with edit and formatting options. Heck, even after a few days you can go back and edit your mistakes, etc. Tony did a great job with this and I'm putting the word out on the other forums. It looks like it may be working as there are groups of folks coming over here now. I'm excited about this.
    Have a wonderful day!

    Bernd (Ben) Herrmann
    Fuquay Varina, NC

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    Default Re: Hi All - New from UK

    Hey Adam. Welcome. I've you are a (gear) alcoholic ... you're going to fit in just fine here!
    To find the answers - question them!

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    Default Re: Hi All - New from UK

    Thanks a lot for the welcome folks - I`m not much of a gear-o-holic with my E-System, its basically the E1 and 14-54 most of the time, it`s unbeatable for event shoots in torrential downpours, the Macro gets used for webshop work mainly so I use the thing like a kind of makeshift E20 MK2 most of the time - I love cameras which if you get a bad shot it`s YOUR fault and the E1 is definately one of those, especially if you have a good sample of the 14-54, the rig is unfazed by almost anything and is better in the rain than I am


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