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Aug 13, 2019 19:39 |  #526

This guy took a break on my deck just long enough to let me give the new Oly 60mm Macro a quick once over...


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Aug 13, 2019 20:32 |  #527

Found the cat!


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And just a quick note/observation regarding injustices and inequalities in this world...

Ear hair on the cat? (my wife) - "Oh, it's sooo cute! I love it! :love::love::love: Don't you DARE try to trim it vmad"

Same Ear hair style on me? (my wife) - "G R O S S ! ! I am NOT leaving the house with you until you shave that!!!


Life just ain't fair....

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Aug 13, 2019 20:55 |  #528

One more, rough life...


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Aug 13, 2019 23:25 |  #529

LoneRider wrote in post #18909810 (external link)
This guy took a break on my deck just long enough to let me give the new Oly 60mm Macro a quick once over...


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Seems to work ok  :p:-P:rolleyes::-P


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Aug 14, 2019 06:08 |  #530

Ok every one, time for a laugh at my expense, I really don't mind. I believe I have solved the mystery of the branch behind being in better focus, I was using back button focus but some how the camera had set itself... all by itself, erm on manual. I do believe that my thumb has slid that switch down while I was fumbling for AE/AF lock button to use the back button focus set up. Enjoy and I am sure my lens will rejoice knowing I was the one at fault!  :p:-P:rolleyes::-P:-D


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Aug 14, 2019 21:35 |  #531

kiwichris wrote in post #18909976 (external link)
Ok every one, time for a laugh at my expense, I really don't mind. I believe I have solved the mystery of the branch behind being in better focus, I was using back button focus but some how the camera had set itself... all by itself, erm on manual. I do believe that my thumb has slid that switch down while I was fumbling for AE/AF lock button to use the back button focus set up. Enjoy and I am sure my lens will rejoice knowing I was the one at fault!  :p:-P:rolleyes::-P:-D

:-) Hardly the first and definitely not the last to do it!


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Aug 14, 2019 21:38 |  #532

At the end of this past April I had the chance to do some different bird watching.


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Aug 15, 2019 03:09 |  #533

I do believe this may may been asked earlier, do we want to limit this thread to G9 or make it open to Panasonic or 4/3rds?, reason being I have invited SCALPA https://photography-on-the.net …ad.php?t=111972​0&page=647 to join us.


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Aug 15, 2019 03:23 |  #534

As a non Panasonic bloke but a 4 thirds one, I breezed by to look at the G9 and associated lenses.
I know we mix and match lenses and the differences on Panasonic or Olympus may vary.
Anyway, I'm happy to browse even if I did dive into your discussion.

Would it get too mixed to have say Olympus cameras in here too.
It then means more opportunity to get lost in the settings of various cameras and make it difficult for users or worse, drive the G9 users to distraction?

I (me} wouldn't get upset by it not opening to other camera brands (4/3 rds)
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Aug 15, 2019 03:37 as a reply to  @ avondale87's post |  #535

I think we agreed a wee while ago to have another Panasonic camera user here, as it has the same sensor?

I think probably needs to remain Panasonic rather than m4/3rds, because I understand there are quite major menu differences?

There are also a large number of forums at https://www.mu-43.com/ (external link) for m4/3rds users.

Just my 2 cents :-)


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Aug 15, 2019 03:42 |  #536

There's no doubt about you NZ'ers.
You make excellent stuff, innovative and can do that and sell cheaper here than we can make same.
It's proved here. My effort cost 2 bob, yours was mere 2 cents. We'll never win at that rate.  :p



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Aug 15, 2019 03:55 |  #537

avondale87 wrote in post #18910471 (external link)
There's no doubt about you NZ'ers.
You make excellent stuff, innovative and can do that and sell cheaper here than we can make same.
It's proved here. My effort cost 2 bob, yours was mere 2 cents. We'll never win at that rate.  :p

lol .... you smashed the ABs last weekend, and suspect the same might happen this coming Saturday :-)

I told my cousins "it's just a game", but got no responses lol


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Aug 15, 2019 04:00 |  #538

LoneRider wrote in post #18909831 (external link)
Found the cat!






And just a quick note/observation regarding injustices and inequalities in this world...

Ear hair on the cat? (my wife) - "Oh, it's sooo cute! I love it! :love::love::love: Don't you DARE try to trim it vmad"

Same Ear hair style on me? (my wife) - "G R O S S ! ! I am NOT leaving the house with you until you shave that!!!


Life just ain't fair....


Super shot - sorry about the ear hair issue - lol. I think I'd be the same ie not leaving the house with you :-)


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Canon M5: A variety of Canon, Sigma, Tamron, Tokina, prime and zoom lenses, Samyang fisheye, 2 lovely Minolta MD, just for fun a Helios 44-2 58m - and adapters.
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Aug 15, 2019 17:23 |  #539

roseyposey wrote in post #18910467 (external link)
I think we agreed a wee while ago to have another Panasonic camera user here, as it has the same sensor?

I think probably needs to remain Panasonic rather than m4/3rds, because I understand there are quite major menu differences?

There are also a large number of forums at https://www.mu-43.com/ (external link) for m4/3rds users.

Just my 2 cents :-)

I elbowed in with the GX9 since it is same sensor and pretty much same menu (except for what it doesn’t do that the G9 does). I probably wouldn’t be opposed to being more inclusive with other MFT- I spend most of my time here, not nearly as much on mu-43.com. Nice to have “one stop” for photography forum time.


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Aug 15, 2019 17:23 |  #540

roseyposey wrote in post #18910482 (external link)
Super shot - sorry about the ear hair issue - lol. I think I'd be the same ie not leaving the house with you :-)

Discrimination I tell you!


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