Originally Posted by bcbadger
Thanks for the info. I have a D7000, and was thinking of switching to a Micro Four Thirds system to save weight and space, but after seeing the versatility of that lens, I may have to reconsider.
My apologies for mini hijacking your report.
No apologies necessary... while a good camera helps, it's all in noticing what's around you... sometimes I have no idea what I'm looking for until I slow down, look around, and see it! I keep the camera in my tank bag, stop and pull it out, take the shot, back on the bike and return the camera to the tank bag... makes it a lot easier to get to than stowing it somewhere else. :)