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Olympus OM-D E-M1 The first Micro Four Thirds camera that offers phase detect focusing so you can use Four Thirds DSLR lenses normally as well a Micro Four Thirds lenses.

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Old 3rd November 2016
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Potentially expensive trip to Chichester today

After visiting The Pallant Gallery we were walking east on East Street and noticed that Sussex Cameras/Photographic was now part of LCE. And that there was a notice in the shop window saying that Jez from Olympus was doing show and tell with the Mark II today.

I had a little play with the camera and was most impressed at the tracking of approaching cars as they went past the shop and then by chance a couple of seagulls flew over, pointed the camera at them - focus was caught very quickly and maintained as I shot a few frames.

Downside - it is very pricey perhaps a grand more for the body compared to the body cf the Mark I.

However in terms of how many nights in a Care Home it is not so expensive.
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Re: Potentially expensive trip to Chichester today

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Downside - it is very pricey perhaps a grand more for the body compared to the body cf the Mark I.

However in terms of how many nights in a Care Home it is not so expensive.
one of the best comments on the price I've seen so far Derek
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