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A theoretical PEN question

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  • #16
    Re: A theoretical PEN question

    Originally posted by snaarman View Post
    It has been suggested that one should be getting "something nice for the house". Would a black E-PL3 count?

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    Pete,

    Definitely, a black E-PL3 is a classic design statement in itself and would look great.

    If you need any tips, consider that a bunch of flowers lasts for 7 days and would neatly hide an ornamental E-PL3 until it's too late...

    Nick
    Bodies: E3, E-P1
    Lenses: 8mm, 14-42mm, 12-60mm, 50-200mm

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    • #17
      Re: A theoretical PEN question

      Originally posted by Who's_E View Post
      Pete,


      ... consider that a bunch of flowers lasts for 7 days and would neatly hide an ornamental E-PL3 until it's too late...

      Nick
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      • #18
        Re: A theoretical PEN question

        Originally posted by Johnheatingman
        go completely un-noticed

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        • #19
          Re: A theoretical PEN question

          John, women are past Masters at this careful art of "getting something into the house un noticed" ... vis that old dress ... its been in my wardrobe for months ... you remeber I bought it at ? Bluewater or Kingston or Swansea ...

          BUT it such fun trying ... I dont bother ... whats mines, mine and whats his is mine ! I think thats the wimmins lib version ...
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          • #20
            Re: A theoretical PEN question

            Hi -

            I've been using Transcend Class 10 SD cards up to 16GB with zero problems. Handles FullHD from my GF2 with aplomb and is other nicely speedy. I had some class 6 cards picked up retail, but found these led to some stuttering on the GF2, but were fine with the EP1 (duh: the GF2 shoots 1280, the EP1 720).

            I also use an external card reader, a rather heavy-duty metal one from Trust that I routinely get 12MB/s transfer rates from high-speed CF cards. The SD run a tad slower, but nothing to get bothered about...

            JohnF

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