Extreme Outdoors Review of OM-D E-M5 (Scott Rinckenberger)

Started Jan 31, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Extreme Outdoors Review of OM-D E-M5 (Scott Rinckenberger)
In reply to RoelHendrickx, Jan 31, 2013

I'll have to look at this again tonight when I am home. All the images where I could make out the lens, it appears to be the 14-150. I didn't notice any that looked to be the 12-50. There was a split second I saw a smaller zoom he was taking off the body and packing away that could possibly have been the 9-18. A 9-18 and 14-150 combo would make sense as a two-lens kit for what they were doing.

This is the second posting I have recently seen where the author was using the 14-150 M. Zuiko, the other being a blog posting I cannot find now where the author was using the 14-150 and Panny 20 when he needed more speed.

Great video. Thaks for pointing it out.

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