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I'm hoping to get more into photography now that I'm out of school and doing a lot of traveling for work. I love my (really really) old, original cannon dslr, but it is large and bulky, and I have to bring so much data collection gear with me already for work, a bulky camera setup is out of the question. I'm drawn to the micro four thirds cameras as a replacement for both the old dslr and the Fuji e900 + ikelite housing that I have right now. I'd love to see some galleries of photos from the different cameras, both on land and in the water!
I've read the reviews, but I'd love some insight on from somebody who uses them fulltime!
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I do not own photoshop and I shoot in high J-peg, and edit with Picasa which is free.
I am considering getting a panasonic 45mm full time macro lens as well as a wide angle, but I may not bother, as long as it's bigger than a pigmy seahorse, which I can't see anyway it came out well. I highly recommend the Olympus four thirds camera. See recent photos on underwaterphotography.com photo contest entry's.
Good Luck, Marylin B
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