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Old 01-30-2018   #3641
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I've read through 50+ pages of this thread and found it profoundly entertaining and informative, especially since I have never used any kind of Olympus gear before. However, I must jump in now because I'm considering the local purchase of a small collection of OM lenses. I must disclose that 95% percent of my work involves both small- and full-frame Sony video cameras, with a rig considerably bulkier and heavier than a 35mm SLR or A7, etc., and so I'm attracted to the optical quality of Olympus lenses and their compact size and light weight. I've been informed that for the 50mm F1.4 I should aim for a serial number over 1.1 million. One question I have is, how important is it to look for MC versus earlier versions of the same lens? Should I pay significantly more, say 10 to 20 percent more, for a lens with the latest multi-coating?
I think that depends on how often you like to keep light sources within the frame. The 1.1+ 50mm handles flare well and from my understanding, SC lenses have less flare/ghost control. I've got a 1.1+ and it's a stellar lens; sharp as anything from f2 onward. Wide-open it's pretty dang good as well and I think most of the softness I get is focus related.
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Maybe this thread will interest you, its about Zuiko OM on mirroless cameras. I like a lot my Zuiko OM lenses. On film, they are lovely lenses. On digital, I like them a lot, but you must know their weaknesses. I use my Zuikos on my Sony A7 a lot.

I have a G. Zuiko 50mm 1.4 and a Zuiko OM 50mm 1.4 MC (its serial number is between 1.000.000 and 1.100.000). These two 50's are abit different. At 1.4 the oldest is soft, but it has a lovely character. The MC is a really good performer. At 2.0 it's a stellar lens.

I also have the 50mm 1.2 and it's in another league. But it's bigger also.
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Hello again, Zuiko novice here...I bought three Zuiko lenses, my first pieces of Olympus gear:
24mm F2.8 S/N 211664
35mm F2.8 S/N 264858
and 50mm F1.4 S/N 1133497
The lenses were in good condition and looked barely used. They all had "Japan OLYMPUS OM-SYSTEM ZUIKO AUTO-*" on the front rings, which, according to my research, meant that they belonged to the last multicoated revision of their designs. I love the way they were built with such finesse and precision, and the difference in their size and weight compared to Nikon and Canon lenses of the same era. Most of my work in in video, but I'll be shooting some stills with them on a digital mirrorless body and on a 35mm rangefinder - the latter with the shorter focal lengths and by zone focusing. Unfortunately, it's cold and snowy here today....
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I am also on the hunt for some OM gear. I am bidding on 35mm f2 and 50mm f1.4 on ebay. I was checking sample photos from OM lenses and I realized heavy vignetting on their fast lenses such as 35 f2. Even 35mm f2.8 has some. Have you ever realized that too? If it is the case I might change my mind.
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Hmmnn, one person's flaw is another's favour. I have been following the photographer and his OM images in the first link for years. Love what he does with his OM glass and how it renders.

But that is just me, and I sometimes add vignetting in post on my own images taken with "better" glass that gives more even rendering across the frame. Perhaps you could move the slider the other way if you are going to be doing post processing.

In any case, I wish you the best of luck in finding the lenses that assist in creating your personal vision.
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I am also on the hunt for some OM gear. I am bidding on 35mm f2 and 50mm f1.4 on ebay. I was checking sample photos from OM lenses and I realized heavy vignetting on their fast lenses such as 35 f2. Even 35mm f2.8 has some. Have you ever realized that too? If it is the case I might change my mind.
The 35/2 and 50/1.4 are my main zuiko lenses. As all lenses do they vignette too when used wide open, especially the 35/2. Still they are excellent lenses, there are some posts on this thread with sample pictures and also post on my blog (under the section 'my cameras').
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Hi guys, thanks for replies. In one of the photos I posted the link was shot at f11. That is what surprises me. I wonder if it is postprosessing. I didn't see the vignetting in the sample in this thread quite frankly.
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Hi guys, thanks for replies. In one of the photos I posted the link was shot at f11.
It is postprocessing. Vignetting is hardly noticeable by 2.8 on the 35/2.
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I've been going through a set of negs I shot ten years ago this April in Toronto

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I finally got my zuiko and OM-4! Below is an example of 35/2. What a smooth bokeh at f2.

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A few pictures taken with the Zuiko 28 f/3.5 - a beautiful lens. Camera is an OM-2n and film ilford HP5+ in HC-110







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Old 06-22-2018   #3660
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LeicaFoReVeR , the 35mm 2.0 is a very special lens, I love it.


p.giannakis, great shots!






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Old 06-23-2018   #3661
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These are fantstic!
You should start a thread.
I'm a bit younger than you it seems and the only similar stuff I have seen has been by Rennie Ellis.

Also, I love my zuiko 28, it's a 2.8. On the Om2 its my favourite snapshot setup

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A ten minute documentary with Ande Kartez taking pictures in Paris. He is shooting with an Olympus OM-2. At some point he goes for coffee with Robert Doisneau .


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Barn cat - Olympus OM-1 - Zuiko 50mm 1.8 - Delta 100 exposed at 50


Crawdad Hunting - Olympus OM-1 - Zuiko 50mm 1.8 - Delta 100 exposed at 50


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Moved to different thread. Off-topic for this thread.
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Just a reminder about the intent of this great thread. This is intended to be a thread concerning OM Zuiko lenses on OM film bodies!

There exists a thread specifically for OM Zuiko lenses mounted on digital platforms:

https://www.rangefinderforum.com/for...light=zuiko%2A

Thank you, now back to your regularly scheduled thread content.

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Just a reminder about the intent of this great thread. This is intended to be a thread concerning OM Zuiko lenses on OM film bodies!

There exists a thread specifically for OM Zuiko lenses mounted on digital platforms:

https://www.rangefinderforum.com/for...light=zuiko%2A

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Thank you for the info. I moved my post to the correct thread.
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Can someone do that with my post too? I am not sure how to do it.
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A quick questions about batteries for my OM4Ti.

I can no longer locally buy my usual SR44 1.5v batteries, but I can get either a SR44w 1.55v or the Lithium LR44.

Will either of these work as well and not affect metering accuracy? I seem to remember reading once that the Lithiums are best avoided. I want to get on and use my first roll of the new Ektachrome!

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I think the SR44 and the LR44 predate Lithium batteries. The LR44 is alkaline and the SR is silver oxide, I think. Anyway, my understanding is that the SR battery maintains its voltage until near exhaustion but the LR voltage tends to drop as it becomes exhausted. The meter is calibrated for full voltage so for this reason the SR batteries are preferred. They can easily be obtained online.
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I think the SR44 and the LR44 predate Lithium batteries. The LR44 is alkaline and the SR is silver oxide, I think. Anyway, my understanding is that the SR battery maintains its voltage until near exhaustion but the LR voltage tends to drop as it becomes exhausted. The meter is calibrated for full voltage so for this reason the SR batteries are preferred. They can easily be obtained online.
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Sorry for the double posting. I don't think there is any difference between SR44 and SR44w or batteries with any other letter after the '44'. I think its more of a marketing exercise. The main difference is alkaline vs. silver oxide.
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Got a nice cla'd M1 and 28mm 3.5 arriving soon, to join my OM1/1n and OM2/2n. Any 'odd' operational things I need to know about for the M1 for a smooth shooting experience?
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Is that the one that a certain very nice shop in Folkestone had on sale?
It should be in great condition.
Operation is the same as any OM-1. The meter had a system that would deflect the needle sharply when out of range. I've never seem that on mine, but mine has had 2 CLA and I am betting in one of them they replaced the meter board.


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