Testing Miranda lenses on a m4/3 Olympus (part 1)

Last Saturday, which was an extremely warm and sunny day here in Tampere, I set about cycling around the town with my off-road bicycle, with Olympus PEN E-PL3 body, Miranda-m4/3 adapter and a selection of Miranda lenses in the camera backpack, with the intention of taking test shots. Here are some examples of the resulting photos; the photos are unmodified and in full size, so the loading of the pictures may be slow.

Auto Miranda 28mm f/2.8 lens, serial number 1200345. Exposure: f/16 1/250s 200ISO Aperture-priority mode.


Auto Miranda 50mm f/1.8 (Sensorex style) lens, serial number 1924791. Exposure: f/16 1/500s 200ISO Aperture-priority mode.


Auto Miranda 135mm f/3.5 lens, serial number 2635458. Exposure: 1/500s 200ISO Manual mode. (These two ducks, and three more, were constantly moving. I took several pictures of them in quick succession and didn’t have time to record the aperture used.)


Same 135mm lens, exposure: f/8 1/1000s 200ISO Aperture-priority mode.

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