Tag Archives: M4/3
Recently, I’ve become interested in infrared photography. Oh, I’ve always been interested in it, but now I have actually done something and tried out both film and digital infrared photography. Some of the resulting pictures are shown below. A series … Continue reading
As I mentioned in an earlier post, Fotodiox has now a range of adapters for Miranda lenses. Since then I have wanted to see and test them for myself, so I ended ordering their Fotodiox PRO Miranda-MFT adapter for $59,95 … Continue reading
The life is getting easier for the mixed Miranda + digital users like me. Just recently I noticed that Fotodiox has a full range of adapters for fitting Miranda lenses to various digital cameras (and lots of other adapters, too). … Continue reading
No camera is perfect: neither the old film cameras nor the modern digital variety, not even the otherwise excellent Olympus Micro Four Thirds range. I’ve had an Olympus PEN E-PL3 as my main digital camera for over a year, and … Continue reading
Couldn’t resist sharing a picture of this beauty: A Carl Zeiss Tessar 50mm f/2.8 lens with 8-blade aperture and Exakta mount, fitted to my Olympus PEN E-PL3 via an Exakta-m4/3 adapter.