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  • WANTED OM-D E-M1, and MMF-anything.

    As titled, looking to finally get an OMD EM-1 and an MMF anything (the third party ones don't fit to my liking)

    Not professionally used, and preferably with HLD-7, but without is fine too.

    Let me know what you have

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    Gareth Lovering
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      Re: OM-D E-M1, and MMF-anything.

      P.M. sent regarding body and grip.

      Kind regards,

      Simon
      “Sharpness is a bourgeois concept”
      ― Henri Cartier-Bresson

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        Re: OM-D E-M1, and MMF-anything.

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          Re: OM-D E-M1, and MMF-anything.

          Gareth, wish they had MMF-x at a reasonable price.

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              Re: OM-D E-M1, and MMF-anything.

              Precisely what I wanted to hear pal- it's that firm and no-play no-wobble fit that's all important.

              If a lens is not aligned correctly- how is it going to perform it's best? That's good news that these JY-43's dont wobble- I'll look into it.

              Thanks for the input

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                Re: OM-D E-M1, and MMF-anything.

                Park cameras have 6 for sale. Includes 6 month warranty.
                EM-1 MK1 - No website containing any of my photos until I'm good enough!

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                  Re: OM-D E-M1, and MMF-anything.

                  I ended up buying an almost new one (1200 shots) from Simon Bee, and I am very pleased, I also got a 12-60mm ZD SWD and a DMW-MA1 which is a Panasonic brand MMF-1 in an attractive darker colour.

                  The combo seems very useful and I will post a review regarding this specific combo like I did my comparison of E-M5 vs E-3 years ago.

                  This time I will pit the E-M5 and E-M1 against each other and see what's what at all ISO settings in the same lighting/same frame.

                  Thanks to all and special thanks to Simon and John

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