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Re: Problem in adjusting f-number in aperture mode

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Though, I must say, Nick's joke sort of flew over my head,
Being an ex-weaver, it flew over my head as well
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Re: Problem in adjusting f-number in aperture mode

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I suspect another dimension in space/time is involved. Rather like those automated weaving machines where it's obvious that the shuttle has to pass outside of reality in order to turn round and make its return journey.

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That's true. I've often seen these machines on television programmes, but never figured out how on earth they work.
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Re: Problem in adjusting f-number in aperture mode

Congratulations with your E-P3
I recently bought an E-P3 twin lens kit set in silver, and I am very much impressed by this little camera.
If you want to know more about flash sync you should take a look at this link http://dptnt.com/2007/10/flash-sync-speed/

I have an FL-36R which is capable of Fast flash sync.( FP TTL Auto or FP manual) and it is highly recommended for your E-P3.
I admit it is a little large but not too much and it can easily be disconnected and carried in a jocket pocket when not required.
Eventhough the built-in flash does a great job I think a capable external flash gun is an important tool for serious shooting.

Also I bought the VF-2 viewfinder yesterday,. It is a small marvel and I am looking forward to use it.
Actually I have cancelled all appointments etc. this weekend and will test my new PEN thoroughly.
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