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    Default Re: My first photos with the E-300...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman
    You guys are right!! Got my priorities wrong....

    The 'E-500 leak' also mentioned a new 35mm f/3.5 macro lens, what's your take? I think it probably fall into the same category as the '14-45' and the '40-150' (budget category). Will be interesting to see the price and the performance of the new lens.
    Something to show U.







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    Taken with the 50mm macro lens??? Awesome

    I used a +4 close-up filter with my previous camera (Fuji S602Z), results were not too bad either But this is really something... have to get my hands on one of these!!

    You are evil!!!
    Pictures always should have a special story behind it or a special meaning to the photographer.

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    Default Re: My first photos with the E-300...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hitman
    You are evil!!!
    Look at M_K nick and you will know why.

    M_K, thanks for sharing......


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    Default Re: My first photos with the E-300...

    Just curious to know if you can take continuous shots and have to put up with the waiting time for the camera to dump the pics stored in the buffer memory onto the storage card? I have a E20 and after taking about 4 shots continuously, I have to wait several seconds while the internal buffer memory clears and writes onto the CF card. Some of my concerns include:

    a) Would the time taken for E300 be the same as E1?
    b) Would having an expensive storage card eg Lexar or Sandisk Ultra III help to speed up things a bit?

    Thanks.
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