Thursday, October 26, 2017

How To Rob A Bank

What an amazing, amazing piece of glass! The Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm F1.2 PRO Lens. I want one. Now I have to figure out how to rob a bank. Any bright ideas?

In case you have not noticed, my full review for this lens is up on Ming Thein's site here (click).




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  1. See it Zen-like:

    [x] you don't need it

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    1. I will have sleepless nights thinking of this lens

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  2. Just get one with a nice employee discount... Oh wait! That no longer applies, does it? 🤔 I read your review over on Ming's site. Nice review, great lens.
    If you come up with a good idea for that bank heist, I'll drive the get away car... 😁

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    1. Hah, honestly the employee discount was.... nothing to shout about. Else I would be hogging all the expensive Olympus gear by now. Yes, I do need that "Driver", hope you are as good as the "Baby Driver".

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  3. Borrow, don't buy! We all get gear lust, but a good session of shutter therapy will cure it!

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  4. Go to a bank. When they ask you what they can do for you, you should answer: "I'm simply robbin'." From that moment on there are three options.
    - The bank employee panics and will give you the money.
    - You will get busted, but then you can use the name of this blog as an alibi.
    - They don’t believe you. In that case you could sew Olympus for provoking a crime. (I’m not sure how your chances are then, since you have had a relation in the past).

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  5. I just read your review and found it very helpful for those who are looking to buy lens for their cameras. I admit that this lens is offering the best quality photography but it is available at such a huge cost that not everyone is able to buy it and if someone is looking to buy a new camera at an affordable cost then it will be impossible for such buyers to buy an expensive lens. If you are photographer and looking for the best camera at an affordable cost then it is recommended to take a look at this list of cameras under $300. You will surely find the best one for your needs on this link.

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