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I knew I needed a digital camera for Life Nomadic, my 2008 trip around the world. But which one should I get?

Point and shoots just don't cut it. The trip was planned to bring me to some of the most amazing places on earth, and there was no way I wasn't going to capture them in the best quality possible.

I tried to find high end point and shoots - some costing as much as $500. Still, they just don't have that rich feel that SLRs (the big ones) have.

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On The Nosy Moth

Looking On, San Diego

I was in a restaurant sometime last week, alone enjoying my pizza and beer. I also had my new Olympus E-PL3 with the Konica Hexanon 40mm f1.8 on it. With the tilting LCD, it was easy to pretend to be not taking photos while taking photos. I never realized what a tough job being a hostess in a restaurant is... Everybody is there eating, drinking enjoying, while they have to stand by the door hungry and cold and bored... Tough job indeed!

Technical Details:

Camera: Olympus E-PL3 Exposure: 1/15s (manual aperture at f 1.8, manual focus) Focal Length: 40mm Lens: Konica Hexanon AR 40mm f1.8 ISO: 400

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