Taken with Panasonic G2 and an old legacy Minolta Rokkor 55mm 1.7 lens with a Raynox 150 close-up conversion lens on the end.

I know most of you use various dslr cameras, but I decided recently to go with a micro4/3 format camera with a 2x crop factor. It utilizes my many old 35mm slr legacy lenses very nicely and is quite a bit smaller and lighter than a dslr.

This photo is a begonia that I am holding in one hand over my pool water and hand-holding the camera in the other hand. Not easy to do. I focused by moving the camera in and out. Next purchase might be a tripod.