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Hello K Jensen, Welcome to www.CameraLoops.com.

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K Jensen joined the community on the 07/07/2019.

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Hi @K Jensen very nice portfolio you have. Your images are beautiful, Great stuff. 

Most of these picture were taken with an old but trusty Olympus OM-D EM-5 with (mostly) a 17mm (35mm eq lens) attached. An old Nikon D7000 and even older D90 accompanied me for years before I sold the

Most of these picture were taken with an old but trusty Olympus OM-D EM-5 with (mostly) a 17mm (35mm eq lens) attached. An old Nikon D7000 and even older D90 accompanied me for years before I sold them. They are too big. I adore the organic rendering of the Olympus and need the IBIS ... and its compact size makes it possible to carry it with me, always. 

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58 minutes ago, K Jensen said:

Most of these picture were taken with an old but trusty Olympus OM-D EM-5 with (mostly) a 17mm (35mm eq lens) attached. An old Nikon D7000 and even older D90 accompanied me for years before I sold them. They are too big. I adore the organic rendering of the Olympus and need the IBIS ... and its compact size makes it possible to carry it with me, always. 

Cool stuff, same here, I moved over from Nikon full frame to the Panasonic Lumix line for the smaller size and weight. 

The Olympus lens are great 

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