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    Micro Four-Thirds System is growing!


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    Re: Micro Four-Thirds System is growing!

    Great news!

    Wonder what they have in store for us. I hope we find out soon.
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    Re: Micro Four-Thirds System is growing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anbesol View Post
    Great news!

    Wonder what they have in store for us. I hope we find out soon.
    What? No insider info? I am reading all sorts of rumors. The biggest one is the new m4/3rd will have a built in finder, blinding fast AF and an adapter that really works for the 4/3rd glass to work on the m4/3rd and it is going to be offered free to get the last 4/3rd hold outs on board with the m4/3rd.
    About half the rumors you read are not true. But usually pretty colse.
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    Re: Micro Four-Thirds System is growing!

    I meant the lens, from Tamron and Tokina.

    I think the built in finder can be reasonably assumed.
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    Re: Micro Four-Thirds System is growing!

    Quote Originally Posted by Anbesol View Post
    I meant the lens, from Tamron and Tokina.
    I am looking forward to seeing what these two have to offer. One of my favorite lenses when I had a Canon dslr was the Tokina 11-16........what a SHARP lens! But so heavy! I had to give up all my heavy equipment due to a back problem after an accident. The Tokina was the most difficult to give up! I would love to have a small version to fit my EP-3!

    I think this is exciting news! It gives me a LOT of hope for the future of M4/3 - along with the fact that Olympus seems to be doing better these days with their financial problems - and a new camera on the horizon. :thumbsup:

    Liz

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