Well it took a while (waiting for Amazon to let me down with delayed
delivery) but her camera arrived this morning!
Very impressive already! BUT - the mean so-and-so's at Olympus don't
include any sort of strap with it, and it deserves something slender and
feminine - not the chunky old thing she had on her Nikon.
Anyone got a spare Oly one? (I think they still include them with more
Thanks in advance
Jez (in UK)
p.s. Also need a recommendation for a small soft bag/purse for the camera
with its pancake zoom fitted. Ideas?
On 1 July 2017 at 17:49, Jez Cunningham <jez@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> My wife has been re-inspired to resume photography after she accompanied
> me on a 1-week workshop in south-west France. She's been using a Nikon D70
> (from 2004) and says she wants a more modern DSLR - in particular with a
> decent sized LCD to review her pictures. She's got 3 Nikon lenses but none
> with VR.
> She was assuming she'd stay with Nikon (3400 or 5600 - I use a 7000) but
> I'm leaning towards advising her to look at the OMD 10 - if she can get on
> with the EVF. You'll probably point to a Fuji but they are getting
> seriously more expensive.
> Amazon uk has a package of the Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II body with 14-42
> and 40-150 mm lenses. I'm sure these are not top-notch lenses (apologies I
> haven't followed the intricate discussions of all their pros and cons over
> recent months/years!) Do you think they're 'adequate'?
> Thanks in advance for your suggestions,
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/