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    14-150 on E-PL1

    I'm just wondering, for those who have tried both, which do you find you like better as a standard lens on the E-PL1, the stock 14-42mm or the 14-150mm with the M4/3 adapter? I take general pictures, and I do like the idea of the extra length with the 14-150mm, but I'm wondering about weight, comfort, and mid-low light quality. Thoughts?
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    Re: 14-150 on E-PL1

    I don't use the 40-150mm but have read that the m4/3rd adapter slows the af some. I think I would stick with the one made for the EPL-1.
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    Re: 14-150 on E-PL1

    Hmmm... Didn't think of that! Thank you!
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    Re: 14-150 on E-PL1

    I have the 40-150 with the adapter (not the 14-150, if there is one? new to me) for my E-PL1. It's not a speed lens, but the reach is LOVELY for sports, I have my DSLRs. However, it is very light weight and you can get the kit (adapter with the 40-150) for amazingly cheap on Amazon. Which also means for another $300 I can get the 150-300mm since I already have the adapter. in my book, that's a WIN since the new micro 4/3 150-300 is RIDICULOUSLY expensive

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