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The City of Richmond has a lot of cherry blossom trees, and it seems that a lot of them are already in full bloom.  These photos were taken at the Lang Park, a small community park next to the Richmond Public Market.

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More Lumix GF2 test shots. These were taken at Queen Elizabeth Park and using the kit lens (G 14mm f2.5).

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We went to Queen Elizabeth Park on the weekend took some more photos of sakura in Spring. These photos are taken using the Lumix GF2.

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Here are some more test shots from the Lumix GF2. After using the camera for a bit more, I am getting more used to the controls and what to pay attention to on the screen.

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In the past week or so, I have taken some test shots to try out the camera in different settings. The Lumix GF2 has a lot to offer in terms of it’s capabilities. It can be used as a simple point-and-shoot style camera, or you can flip it to the different modes and control different aspects of the camera.  Here are some of the sample photos I like to share with you.

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It has been a long wait since the Lumix GF1 was released. I almost broke down to get the GF1 but decided to wait for the GF2 instead.  Patience always pays off :)

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Got to skip ahead to the Lumx LX5 as the rumored LX4 somehow didn’t materialize.

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Came across Craig Mod‘s site while looking for more Lumix GF1 info.  Craig posted his field test of GF1, what a delight to read his travel field test page.

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