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Simonbe 9th June 2018 08:54 AM

Selling up
 
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FOR SALE - revised prices.

OMD EM1 mk2 (25k shutter) -920 (sold)
12-40mm f2.8 Pro (no box) - 380 (sold)
7-14mm f2.8 Pro -720 (sold)
25mm f1.2 Pro - 660
Fl600r flash - 150 (sold)

Been running 2 systems and need to concentrate on one as well as free up some money for home improvements. Choosing between the 2 systems has been like asking me to choose which of my children I like the best!! This option frees up more money.

All except the 12-40mm are boxed excellent condition. All UK purchased. Camera was serviced by Olympus at the Photo Show.

Open to reasonable offers. Bank transfer preferred. Collection in person great. Prices include insured RMSD next day delivery.

More pictures added later.
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tmy999 10th June 2018 05:14 PM

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PM sent

Thanks

Simon

stevewestern 11th June 2018 11:51 AM

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..and one from me, but no reply yet - did it reach you Simon ?

kherb 12th June 2018 07:37 AM

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And one from me

tmy999 14th June 2018 09:23 PM

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Flash arrived, beautifully packed - thank you. Thanks Simon

Would have posted sooner but only just got home from working away.

Cheers

stevewestern 15th June 2018 09:22 PM

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Money sent for em1 mk2, so looking forward to seeing what the new (to me) model can do..!

benvendetta 15th June 2018 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by stevewestern (Post 449140)
Money sent for em1 mk2, so looking forward to seeing what the new (to me) model can do..!

You will love the mk2. It's a stunning camera.

stevewestern 16th June 2018 08:34 AM

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Originally Posted by benvendetta (Post 449141)
You will love the mk2. It's a stunning camera.

I currently have a Nikon D850 and some big and heavy lenses and really enjoy using them, but on a recent week away just after I bought another mk1 I was shooting away much more for fun, and my 14 year old daughter also likes it as she is a bit afraid of the Nikon.
I want to do some side by side shots with both EM1's and the Nikon and get prints done to compare as I can't afford more lenses ( I currently only have a 14-150) without selling some of my nikon ones, and on my pc screen there is an immediate difference in quality, but the olympus seems to be more fun. So can I live with the lower quality but greater fun of the mk2 is the question...
I have to get a battery grip as my hands are big, and would like to get a 12-40, 40-150 but top of my list is the Panasonic 100 - 400.
I hope this makes sense as I'm writing on my phone whilst being talked at whilst on a bus...

benvendetta 16th June 2018 09:44 AM

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There would be little or no difference in a 16" 12" print.

stevewestern 16th June 2018 09:49 AM

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... Until the light gets low... This was one of the reasons I sold my first mk1. I'm not doing so much low-light stuff now, but want to get some idea of how they compare...

Ricoh 16th June 2018 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by stevewestern (Post 449153)
... Until the light gets low... This was one of the reasons I sold my first mk1. I'm not doing so much low-light stuff now, but want to get some idea of how they compare...

You can't beat the laws of physics...
Light is an elusive son of a bitch, catch it whilst you can. Best with big nets, a steady hand, and the willingness to perceive it...

pdk42 16th June 2018 12:08 PM

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Stacking is a highly effective way to reduce noise. If you're photographing stuff that doesn't move it works very well.

stevewestern 16th June 2018 12:18 PM

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Originally Posted by pdk42 (Post 449157)
Stacking is a highly effective way to reduce noise. If you're photographing stuff that doesn't move it works very well.


Children, musicians, wildlife and motorsports rarely respond to my requests to stay still...!

RobEW 17th June 2018 07:24 AM

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landscapes and architecture are often more obliging ...

Ricoh 17th June 2018 07:47 AM

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When the light goes low I say turn the gain high and FTMT's and FTNOG. Tune it up.


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