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Traded my 75/f1.8 for olympuscharlie777's 12-40/f2.8.
The 12-40 received was well packaged and in very nice condition, as described.
I recommend olympuscharlie777 for buying/selling.
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Ditto above, the 75mm is beautifulRicoh is thoroughly recommended
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Re: olympuscharlie777

Lens recycling is a wonderful thing, and good reason to look after your kit.

Camera exchange, however, hasn't caught on as much, but if someone wants to do a straigt swop for my EM5 MkI get in touch. I'm interested in the MkII version in particular, but twist my arm for an EM1 MkII
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Lens recycling is a wonderful thing, and good reason to look after your kit.

Camera exchange, however, hasn't caught on as much, but if someone wants to do a straigt swop for my EM5 MkI get in touch. I'm interested in the MkII version in particular, but twist my arm for an EM1 MkII
Hmmmm - I might consider a swap of my E-M1ii for your cheap and nasty German camera - so long as the 35 f2 lens is included.
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Hmmmm - I might consider a swap of my E-M1ii for your cheap and nasty German camera - so long as the 35 f2 lens is included.
Nah, you wouldn't like a RF; no cooking on gas, pure paraffin all the way.
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Nah, you wouldn't like a RF; no cooking on gas, pure paraffin all the way.
You're probably right Steve. I wouldn't know what to do with it! Previous century technology should really be reserved for museums.
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You're probably right Steve. I wouldn't know what to do with it! Previous century technology should really be reserved for museums.
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はい、あなたは日本のカメラにこだわる方が良いです
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はい、あなたは日本のカメラにこだわる方が良いです
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谁赢了战争呢?
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はい、いい質問です

All those years learning Japanese at night school, and I thought my new acquired skill would never be used !
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