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Micro 4/3 Trinity

Here’s the trinity for my Micro 4/3 rig:

Panasonic G3

Panasonic 7-14mm 4

Panasonic 20mm 1.7

Olympus 45mm 1.8

Anything to add? We’ll see… As of the moment, it gets all the job done for me, especially for travel photography, I won’t go over 3 lenses as much as possible to minimize lens swapping. Another body will be nice since ideally I use two bodies, and I miss my ol’ Panasonic GF1. But basically that’s it. What to look forward to? I think the Olympus OM-D E-M5 is hot, and the Olympus 75mm 1.8 is within my radar for a telephoto. And of course, there’s that coveted Panasonic Leica 25mm 1.4 that’s never gonna give up on me gggrrr…. never-ending story. There’s much to look forward to in the Micro 4/3 world, and this is one of the strengths of the system, and succumbing deep into the system is one of my weaknesses LOL! Keep rockin’…

Micro 4/3 Trinity

Micro 4/3 Trinity

Photographer’s note: F/9, 1/30, ISO 400, Nikon D3, Nikkor AFS 60mm 2.8, SB-800, Pocketwizard Plus II, Foursquare

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  • Reed - Hi Dave,

    Yeah, that’s a great kit. Personally, I lean toward fast primes, so my “trinity” is the 14/f2.5, 25/f1.4, and 45/f2.8. Of course, your 45 is faster, but I do like Macro capability for travel.

    I must admit, I also throw in the 14-140/f4-5.8 pretty often.

    Two bodies really is nice, particularly when they’re as compact as the G3!

    Reed
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