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Old 11-26-2006   #1
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O.T. - om lens ebay win

i just won a zuiko 135/3.5 lens in what looks like pretty good shape...for $11.50!!

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Old 11-26-2006   #2
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that is a nice lens Joe, very compact. I have the f2.8 version which is very sharp.
the price is certainly right.
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It's a great lens - I really like mine. I often grab my OM2n with 135/3.5 as a supplement to my M6 when I go shooting.
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Wow, great deal! On the OM list this is called a "Fang", a term coined because of Doris Fang, a former list member who had the knack of finding OM gear at criminally low prices. You done good!

Oh ... and when should we expect developed film shot with this lens?
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thanks guys!

a fang? should i joined this list?

developed film? tough one to call.

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seller is not happy!

his shipping was on the high side and i let him know (very nicely), he said i could withdraw my bid if i wanted.
i declined. even with the shipping the lens is cheap.

he said it was like new and had the case

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Go for it.

Join the OM list? Not if you want the ZM 1.5...
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i paid him already, got a terse 'thanks' for a reply.

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update...

the unhappy seller of the 11 dollar lens has already left me positive feedback, go figure.

earl, i should at least check out that om list, can i get an address from you please?

AND...i just won a 'rare' zoom, the zuiko 28-48! for 99.99.
i was the only bidder. glad i didn't take the $149. bin option.

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The main page for the OM list is http://zuikoholic.com/

Click on the second bullet (Quick control central for manipulating your subscription) and you'll see a link for subscribing.

Be aware that form time to time there are a LOT of OT posts; Gene and I both subscribed for a long time. The volume got to be so high that we both dropped off.

BUT, many of the folks on that list are EXTREMELY knowledgeable. It's the deepest repository of OM information I know of. Certainly more than exists within current Olympus employees...

Congrats on the 28-48!

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thanks rollie!
it may be time to get serious about an om2 so this zoom may have to wait.
i just bought thorirv's winder so i need a body to put it under.
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The E-1 threads got to me to some extent, but I do admit that within all the chaff there also were some really good posts about the E-1 and ZD lenses, especially once some of the members purchased them and got hands-on experience.

And Roland was a very valuable member of that list, IMO.
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Moose was here? I missed it! Man, he was hardcore "no digital!", then he got an E-1 and entered the dark side.

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These SLRs are dangerous. It is amazing just how little $$$ you need to put together a nice complete kit.
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That's an interesting thread that I totally missed. Aaargh! Anyway, I think http://www.rangefinderforum.com/foru...8&d=1158676573

isn't necessarily a fair indication. Not claiming the 50/1.4 is equal to the Nocti, but was the mirror locked up on the OM-1 for that shot? If not, it's apples and oranges.
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i need another camera bag!!

just 'won' an oly om2n for 78.87!!

let's see, so far tonight that's 99.99 for a zoom lens, 40 for a winder and 78 for an om2.

and this, i think, is why i am NOT married.

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Could be Joe. Congrats! That one looked good, so I'm looking forward to your assessment of this body. Aside from AE, the OM-2 differs from the OM-1 in not having mirror lock-up. No big deal for most use, but when I use a tripod for macro with an OM, I usually reach for the OM-1 and lock up the mirror.
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Well done Joe - I guess my OM2n is safe now! I couldn't have matched that price anyway so all's well.

You have still have a long way to go as a zuikoholic though; I've just persuaded myself I need a 24/2 Zuiko more than I need a 35/1.7 Ultron, and I had a thought about the 35 shift last week...

Anyone reading who doesn't need their 24/2 please get in touch!

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Tom: Isn't it nice to have yet another patient in the asylum?
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you talkin' bout me??

tom, i never heard back from you so i thought you were interested in a trade only, sorry.

considering the christmas parcel rush, i am not holding my breath about getting this stuff in too quickly.
but that's one of the nice things about it not being rf gear, no rush and no panic.
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you talkin' bout me??

tom, i never heard back from you so i thought you were interested in a trade only, sorry.
I was just teasing - not complaining. You're right really - I thought a trade was probably the only way we'd come up with something mutually satisfactory.

Nearly offered you a 200/4 as well, but I'm going to hang on to that one for now...

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the 200 is still on my list.

but not right now.

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oh yeah - another OM addict. I use my OM1n more than other gear I have - it just feels right in hand. Wonderfull optics can be had for a song - I got my mint OM 135mm f2.8 for $30. That 50mm f1.8 MiJ (considered as a body cap by some) is very sharp. Mine has filter thread damaged and some dirt inside but who cares - it takes wonderfull pictures :>
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we should start our own oly club!

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oh yeah - another OM addict. I use my OM1n more than other gear I have - it just feels right in hand. Wonderfull optics can be had for a song - I got my mint OM 135mm f2.8 for $30. That 50mm f1.8 MiJ (considered as a body cap by some) is very sharp. Mine has filter thread damaged and some dirt inside but who cares - it takes wonderfull pictures :>
Igor: Nice shot! the miJs, as you know were the last iteration of the 50/1.8, and are the best. As dreammoose (aka Georgia's #1 Curmudgeon) pointed out, the late series of 50/1.4s are extremely good as well, and then there's the 50/2 Macro, which I could only hope to acquire as a Fang.... and the 135/2.8 for $30 is definite Fang territory as well!

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Well, maybe the big cheese will set up an Oly forum and we can sneak in OM threads. And how about a bulk purchase of the OM-M adapter? Cameraquest doesn't stock them, but I'd love to be able to use some of my OM glass on a Bessa T.
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we could meet over at dslr now that's it's open to non digital as well.

we would have to lobby jorge to start an oly section.

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well a oly section would be cool, as I hope to get a RD soon.

for all guys who want to create their own RD, check out: http://stores.ebay.de/worldwidecamer...erapartsQQtZkm

maybe you can gather all parts
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I'm not sure jorge would be open to it, it opens a slippery slope for pureists and all. But on the other hand, worst he could say is no, no?

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I see an Oly forum here as primarily RF ... that certainly wouldn't be created on DSLR!

Archie: That would be one expensive RD!
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i meant an oly section on dslr that we could use for om chat.
dslr is no longer strictly digital.

anyway...all the 'won' gear has been paid for (money orders mailed) so now it's waiting time and seeing if any of it gets here by christmas.

thorirv has already posted the winder even before my payment was mailed.

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Yeah, joe, I know what you meant, but I still like the idea of an OLY RF forum here. I wouldn't log in to DSLR just for an OM discussion; RFF is my "home" ... that may be sick/sad, but right now it's the way it is!
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...the miJs, as you know were the last iteration of the 50/1.8, and are the best. As dreammoose (aka Georgia's #1 Curmudgeon) pointed out, the late series of 50/1.4s are extremely good as well, and then there's the 50/2 Macro, which I could only hope to acquire as a Fang....
...and my current favourite, the 50/1.2:

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So many 50s, so little time. More than that deer, though...

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Poor deer ... yeah, I omitted the 50/1.2 (you lucky cad) because even though I know its reputation, I've never even seen one, much less used it.

Hey ... ***!!! I left the OM list partly to get away from OM GAS!!!
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Poor deer ... yeah, I omitted the 50/1.2 (you lucky cad) because even though I know its reputation, I've never even seen one, much less used it.
Very lucky! I just happened to be online when Bill Barber posted one for sale - first of four "yes pleases" in about 30 seconds.
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