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140 pages

Popular Photography

2006-06

THIS IS THE SECOND MACRO LENS for Olympus's Four Thirds digital system, and while it lacks the 1 :1 magnifying power of ... Given the 2X 35mm lens factor on all Olympus DSLRs, the 50mm macro has a 100mm equivalent CARRY LIK ACCESS LIKE ...


Industrial photography

Photography - 1989

On the other hand, Olympus macro lenses don't abandon conventions— they establish new ones. The 90mm f2.0 lens is simply the sharpest, fastest 90mm macro lens in the world. Period. And it's only the latest of eight high-speed macro ...



200 pages

Popular Photography

1983-06

A list of all products and manufacturers '/distributors' addresses is on page 98 Olympus Macro Flash System 2.3 iii Hi 82. 0 12 $8 25 it LCD display of Vivitar's 5600 System heme ...


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Olympus OM system close-up and macro equipment
Equipment in the Olympus OM macrophoto group, macro lenses in the Olympus OM lens group, and macro flash in the Olympus OM flashphoto group.

Review: The Olympus ZD 60mm f2.8 Macro and FL-600R ...
Although ‘development announced’ (i.e. officially leaked) several months ago together with the 75/1.8, Olympus’ newest macro lens – the M.Zuiko Digital 60mm ...

Olympus 50mm f/2.0 Telephoto Macro ED Lens for Olympus ...
Amazon.com : Olympus 50mm f/2.0 Telephoto Macro ED Lens for Olympus Digital SLR Cameras : Camera Lenses : Camera & Photo

Robin Wong: Olympus Stylus XZ-2 Review: Macro and Wide ...
There are two ways to shoot macro with Olympus XZ-2, first being the obvious choice, using the super macro mode, enabled via the menu, and this option ...

Zuiko Auto-Macro 20mm f/2 – Olympus OM Bellows Macro Lenses
Zuiko Auto-Macro 20mm f/2 bellows macro lens, part of the Olympus OM lens group.


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  • Olympus

    Olympus MSC ED M. 60mm f/2.8 Lens

    Photography (Olympus)

    Rating (68 reviews):
    (4.7/5)
    Olympus

    A great little (and I do mean *little*) macro lens

    0 5/5 E. Seale (Littleton, CO USA) - See all my reviews, October 8, 2012

    Excellent

    I hate to merely parrot what others have already said here, but it's really all I can do.In my experience the lens is sharp right from 2.8, with stopping down grabbing you a bit more. But the reality is it's sharp right from jump.I've not noticed any particularly glaring defects or aberrations of any kind. The bokeh is good. The build quality is good, though it is a plastic lens (and I'm so glad, as metal would have been $300 more), and the weather sealing merely adds to an already fantastic presentation.I will echo one reviewer here by saying that the af is not the best. It's not terrible by any means, but I've definitely experienced hunting in situations I wouldn't expect it. The focus limiter absolutely helps with this and is an invaluable inclusion, but it doesn't fix it. Often we're manual focusing with macro anyway, so it's not a big problem. I love the 1:1 option on the dial, but I wish you could simply click it and have it stay there... 5/5 Z. Wagner (Albuquerque, NM USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Olympus MSC ED M. 60mm f/2.8 Lens (Electronics) I hate to merely parrot what others have already said here, but it's really all I can do.In my experience the lens is sharp right from 2.8, with stopping down grabbing you a bit more. But the reality is it's sharp right from jump.I've not noticed any particularly glaring defects or aberrations of any kind. The bokeh is good. The build quality is good, though it is a plastic lens (and I'm so glad, as metal would have been $300 more), and the weather sealing merely adds to an already fantastic presentation.I will echo one reviewer here by saying that the af is not the best. It's not terrible by any means, but I've definitely experienced hunting in situations I wouldn't expect it. The focus limiter absolutely helps with this and is an invaluable inclusion, but it doesn't fix it. Often we're manual focusing with macro anyway, so it's not a big problem. I love the 1:1 option on the dial, but I wish you could simply click it and have it stay there... Read more, November 5, 2012

    Blisteringly Sharp Lens at a Great Price!

    Build Quality and Handling: 4/5It's long, skinny and light.Plastic with metal mount but feels solid.Weather-sealing is definitely a plus and pairs well with the OMD EM5.Glass looks almost invisible with all the special coatings.Image Quality: 5/5One of the sharpest lens I've ever owned on any system including DSLRs.Very low vignetting wide open.CA and flare is very well controlled.Focusing: 3/5Not the fastest focusing lens on m4/3 in low light. Still faster than the Panasonic 20mm 1.7 though and this is a macro lens.Manual focusing ring is nice and smooth but takes forever to turn.Focus limiter switch helps a lot with focusing speed but might be awkward to access.Focusing is quiet, which is great for video recording.Quality Control: 2/5This is mainly the reason why I gave this lens 4/5 stars. This lens is made in China and I just don't think it has the same quality control and... 4/5 E. Nguyen - See all my reviews, December 19, 2012
    List Price: $599.00
    Weatherproof Macro lens withstands harsh conditions
    7.4 inch minimum working distance
    Built-in working distance window for subject distance confirmation
    13 separate lens elements in 10 groups assures faithful reproduction of finest details
    1x 35mm equivalent maximum magnification
    Focus limit switch speeds up auto focus


  • Olympus

    Olympus V321200BW000 Macro Converter MCON-P02 (Black)

    Photography (Olympus)

    Rating (7 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Olympus

    This Macro Converter is a compromise, but one I can live with.

    0 4/5 Marc Griffin (Berkeley, CA) - See all my reviews, July 9, 2014

    An inexpensive, lightweight macro solution providing good image quality

    0 4/5 Paul Whitington - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Olympus V321200BW000 Macro Converter MCON-P02 (Black) (Electronics) I was pleasantly surprised by the image quality of this converter when used in combination with the M.Zuiko 14-42mm EZ lens on an OM-D E-M10 - it seems to be comparable to the Zuiko 35mm f3.5 macro lens I have been using to date. Auto focussing at least in reasonable light levels seems to be just as quick and reliable as with the 14-42mm EZ lens alone. Gives a very light, compact and inexpensive macro solution. The only downside is that using the adapter at a 42mm focal length limits the maximum focussing distance to a bit over 300mm. Highly recommended. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , July 23, 2014

    Not impressed.

    0 2/5 Peter W. Fraser (Oakland, CA USA) - See all my reviews, July 4, 2014
    List Price: $69.99
    Price: $57.95
    You Save: $12.04 (17%)
    Decreases minimum focus distance
    Comes with step-up adapter ring, front and rear lens caps
    Works with 14-42mm EZ, 14-42mm IIR, 45mm f1.8, 25mm f1.8, 17mm f1.8, and 12mm f2.0


  • Olympus

    Olympus MCON-P01 Macro Converter (Silver)

    Photography (Olympus)
    List Price: $59.99

    1 lens/1 group
    Easy mounting to your lens
    Fits your M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 II, M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-150mm f4.0-5.6 and the M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm f4.0-5.6


  • Olympus

    Olympus 50mm f/2.0 Telephoto Macro ED Lens for Olympus Digital SLR Cameras

    Photography (Olympus)

    Rating (81 reviews):
    (4.9/5)
    Olympus

    Defines a near perfect MTF graph for lens quality

    Update 10/2010 - I wrote this review a long time ago but it's still true today. I moved my 50mm from my E300 to my E3 and still get great portraits from it. I bought the macro empty tube for real closeups and the teleconverter as adjuncts to make this more useful - I don't recommend everyone buys those items unless you are taking forensic pictures in macro mode or want a 200mm 35mm equivalent lens. The tube is cheap because there is no glass inside - it moves the lens out for magnification w/o glass. I just wanted to point out that I've been following this lens price and this month its down lower than the past year (where it approached five bills) so now is a good time to buy at 438 usd. Review begins below.Before purchasing this lens you should read some literature. You don't need to be a lens expert - but know what "MTF" means. MTF is modulation transfer function. It is a qualty by which lenses are judged. The more linear the plot, the better the odds you've... 5/5 HMMWV "God, Country, Corps" (santa clara, CA USA) - See all my reviews, October 29, 2006

    Simply a perfect lens

    I don't know of any other way to say it. I cannot find any fault with this lens. It is tack sharp edge-to-edge, even in the far corners, even at f/2, especially close up. The bokeh is superb, it looks great and creamy smooth. It's also fast and just as good at f/2 as f/8 -- literally no difference in sharpness. Incredible.It literally is a perfect lens.Makes for great portraits (probably my favorite use for the lens) due to the 100mm equivalent focal length and the great depth-of-field control and appealing out-of-focus rendition.Makes for great macros, for the same reasons but up close. Add the extension tube for true 1:1, otherwise 1:2 is great for most everything close other than "true macro."My only complaint is that it's just a tad long for general use - 4/3 really needs a Zuiko 25mm normalish prime (as in, something cheaper than the Leica 25mm f/1.4, which is also an excellent lens) of the same quality as this lens.But... 5/5 T. Harward (Boston, MA United States) - See all my reviews, October 29, 2007

    Quite Possibly the Best Medium Telephoto Macro Lens for a Digital SLR

    Among the finest lenses which Olympus produced for its OM manual focusing SLR system were its Zuiko 50mm f2 and 90mm f2 lenses. Both lenses earned lavish praise from critics and users, of whom many regarded these lenses as among the finest of their kind. Indeed, both lenses were compared favorably to the Leica R and Contax Zeiss 35mm SLR macro lenses. For example, in at least one review, I read that the 50mm lens was as fine a performer as the venerable Leica 50mm Summicron M lens, with excellent contrast and resolution at all apertures, especially wide open.Now for its new digital E-series cameras, Olympus has introduced a 50mm f2 macro lens which follows in the wake of its legendary predecessors, offering this time ED glass for maximum contrast and resolution at all apertures. The June 2006 issue of Popular Photography has an exemplary review of this lens, noting that it is indeed a superlative performer, among the finest macro lenses currently available for digital... 5/5 John Kwok (New York, NY USA) - See all my reviews, May 9, 2006
    List Price: $499.00
    Specially treated to shed water droplets, and engineered to withstand the rigorous demands of professional use
    Large f/2.0 aperture, with minimum weight and bulk
    Designed to capitalize on the design advantages of the OLYMPUS Four Thirds System
    50mm range -- equivalent to 100mm in conventional 35mm photography
    For use with the OLYMPUS E-1 and other Four Thirds Series Digital SLR Cameras, as specified


  • Olympus

    Olympus 35mm f/3.5 1:1 Macro Zuiko Lens for E Series DSLR

    Photography (Olympus)
    List Price: $229.00

    Includes case, front lens cap & rear lens cap-SG
    70mm equivalent in 35mm format
    Compact life-size macro
    Macro lens to capture fine details


  • Yongnuo

    Yongnuo LED Macro Ring Flash MR-58 for Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Panasonic, Olympus

    Photography (Yongnuo)

    Light Mode: The flash head will continuous output by the current mode of left / right setting, it suitable for taking photo or video recording.
    58mm size of adapter ring. (With these adapter rings, users can mount the ring flash on macro lens)
    Flash Mode: The flash head will fire by the current left / right setting when testing or using, it suitable for taking photo at close range.
    58 pieces of high brightness LED lamps. (Both flash and light mode)
    MR-58 LED macro ring flash has 58 pcs high brightness LED as lighting source. A high-efficiency circuit design keeps the stability of the lighting outputs.


  • Olympus

    Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 45mm f1.8 (Silver) Lens for Olympus and Panasonic Micro 4/3 Cameras

    Photography (Olympus)

    Rating (224 reviews):
    (4.8/5)
    Olympus

    The brilliant, long awaited portrait prime for µ4/3

    Here it is, folks: your heretofore missing µ4/3 portrait lens. And what a marvelous little gem it is.Why would you want this lens? Well, it's 45mm, and it's f/1.8, a combination which allows you to generate some serious subject isolation with its relatively shallow depth of field. This is the "DSLR blurry background look" that many people crave, and it's very difficult to pull off with most existing µ4/3 lenses (due to their generally slow speed combined with µ4/3's smaller-than-DSLR sensor).Of course, f/1.8 isn't just there to isolate your subjects; this represents a dramatic improvement in low light performance when compared to any other native lens in this focal length. Your kit lens, for example, probably hits f/5.6 by here; this little guy lets in *nearly ten times as much light*. So you can use much faster shutter speeds and lower ISO, making low light shooting much more viable (since µ4/3 high ISO performance is lacking, fast lenses like this are crucial... 5/5 Jeremy - See all my reviews This review is from: Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 45mm f1.8 (Silver) Lens for Olympus and Panasonic Micro 4/3 Cameras (Electronics) Here it is, folks: your heretofore missing µ4/3 portrait lens. And what a marvelous little gem it is.Why would you want this lens? Well, it's 45mm, and it's f/1.8, a combination which allows you to generate some serious subject isolation with its relatively shallow depth of field. This is the "DSLR blurry background look" that many people crave, and it's very difficult to pull off with most existing µ4/3 lenses (due to their generally slow speed combined with µ4/3's smaller-than-DSLR sensor).Of course, f/1.8 isn't just there to isolate your subjects; this represents a dramatic improvement in low light performance when compared to any other native lens in this focal length. Your kit lens, for example, probably hits f/5.6 by here; this little guy lets in *nearly ten times as much light*. So you can use much faster shutter speeds and lower ISO, making low light shooting much more viable (since µ4/3 high ISO performance is lacking, fast lenses like this are crucial... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 18, 2011

    One of the 'must-have' lenses for micro 4/3

    I'm using this lens with a Panasonic GF1. Even after having my micro 4/3 for 2 years, I continue to be impressed at how small these lenses are, especially when compared with the huge NEX system lenses from Sony. The Olympus 45mm 1.8 continues that trend with a diminutive size and weight. The plastic body certainly helps with bring the weight down, in contrast to the 12mm all-metal wide-angle also from Olympus. When I set the camera down, the lens doesn't tip the camera over which helps for setting it on a table for time-release shots.There are sample videos on the internet showing the focus speed on cameras like the GF3 and E-P3. My GF1 seemed to focus a bit slower with this 45mm lens than those cameras, but it was still spot on and almost silent. It was certainly faster and quieter than the 20mm pancake. The minimal focus distance says 0.5m. For practical purposes that means that you can't focus down on someone sitting right next to you but you can if they are one seat... 5/5 Rishi Agrawal - See all my reviews, October 17, 2011

    Light, fast and sharp - just what a prime should be

    This 45mm micro four-thirds lens is equivalent to 90mm on a full-frame camera (because of the M43 crop factor) -- a fairly specialised medium-telephoto focal length which is usually associated with portraits and macro, neither of which have interested me much in the past. Nevertheless, my interest was piqued by some early reviews which hinted that there was something special about the lens, and I was ultimately swayed into purchasing it after seeing some excellent street shots on Robin Wong's website.At US$350 I initially thought it to be a reasonably expensive piece of glass given that it is the size and weight of a third of a can of coke, and I was also concerned that I would find the focal length too long. However, I have since grown increasingly happy with my purchase.The lens is light-weight (116g) and is made of plastic (apart from the metal mount), but it does feel solid. Most importantly, the glass is good. It comes with better quality lens-caps than... 4/5 newzild "newzild" (Malaysia) - See all my reviews This review is from: Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 45mm f1.8 (Silver) Lens for Olympus and Panasonic Micro 4/3 Cameras (Electronics) This 45mm micro four-thirds lens is equivalent to 90mm on a full-frame camera (because of the M43 crop factor) -- a fairly specialised medium-telephoto focal length which is usually associated with portraits and macro, neither of which have interested me much in the past. Nevertheless, my interest was piqued by some early reviews which hinted that there was something special about the lens, and I was ultimately swayed into purchasing it after seeing some excellent street shots on Robin Wong's website.At US$350 I initially thought it to be a reasonably expensive piece of glass given that it is the size and weight of a third of a can of coke, and I was also concerned that I would find the focal length too long. However, I have since grown increasingly happy with my purchase.The lens is light-weight (116g) and is made of plastic (apart from the metal mount), but it does feel solid. Most importantly, the glass is good. It comes with better quality lens-caps than... Read more, October 22, 2011
    List Price: $399.00
    Quick and silent focus mechanism for movies and still photography
    Product comes with blue protective film. Remove film before use
    Ability to produce background blurring effects that are not possible with the 14-42mm kit zoom lens
    Great for tracking a moving child or pet
    Single-focal-length portrait lens has a beautiful shallow depth of field
    Micro Four Thirds Lens, Pen Lens


  • Polaroid

    Polaroid 48 Macro LED Ring Flash & Light Includes 4 Diffusers

    Photography (Polaroid)

    Rating (172 reviews):
    (3.8/5)
    Polaroid

    Exceeds Expectations

    I bought this item to use for macro photography with my Nikon D5100 using extension tubes, because it is often a problem getting good close-up lighting, especially with a big lens like my 18-105 zoom in the way. A ring light like this surrounds the lens and gives full shadowless lighting with no fuss.Ring flashes used to cost a LOT because they were high-voltage electronic flashes with huge circular xenon flash tubes--way out of the Amateur ballpark. You can still spend a kilobuck for a professional unit if you need it. The new LED ring lights like this are very simple gadgets with many tiny, cheap LEDs on a round circuit board with a center hole for your lens. No high voltage converter, no xenon tube, no autoexposure circuitry. They can cost as little as a movie ticket, and gradually get more expensive as more LEDs are added. More LEDs mean more light, which is important for macro work. The 48 LEDs on this model are so bright I've had to use the power control to reduce... 5/5 DrBob - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polaroid 48 Macro LED Ring Flash & Light Includes 4 Diffusers (Electronics) I bought this item to use for macro photography with my Nikon D5100 using extension tubes, because it is often a problem getting good close-up lighting, especially with a big lens like my 18-105 zoom in the way. A ring light like this surrounds the lens and gives full shadowless lighting with no fuss.Ring flashes used to cost a LOT because they were high-voltage electronic flashes with huge circular xenon flash tubes--way out of the Amateur ballpark. You can still spend a kilobuck for a professional unit if you need it. The new LED ring lights like this are very simple gadgets with many tiny, cheap LEDs on a round circuit board with a center hole for your lens. No high voltage converter, no xenon tube, no autoexposure circuitry. They can cost as little as a movie ticket, and gradually get more expensive as more LEDs are added. More LEDs mean more light, which is important for macro work. The 48 LEDs on this model are so bright I've had to use the power control to reduce... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 20, 2013

    OK for the price, but not really a "flash"

    I bought this for use with my Pentax K-5, and used it in combination with a Tamron 90 mm macro lens. First of all, the instructions are very basic, and don't provide much detail. The power pack mounts on the hot shoe like any external flash. Although it will fire with the camera's shutter, there is no communication between the flash and the camera. In order to use the ringlight as a flash, the camera had to be put into full manual exposure mode. In order to get proper metering, the flash should be put into constant light mode. Note that it only syncs with the camera in flash mode at 1/100 sec or slower. This means that using the camera "hand held" can be blurry. Faster shutter speeds are possible in the constant light mode. While the LEDs look bright to the human eye, they don't provide much to the camera--according to the instructions, the ringlight has a guide number of only 15. Another drawback is that the color temperature is not constant as the light intensity is... 3/5 David J. Thomas (Batesville, AR United States) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polaroid 48 Macro LED Ring Flash & Light Includes 4 Diffusers (Electronics) I bought this for use with my Pentax K-5, and used it in combination with a Tamron 90 mm macro lens. First of all, the instructions are very basic, and don't provide much detail. The power pack mounts on the hot shoe like any external flash. Although it will fire with the camera's shutter, there is no communication between the flash and the camera. In order to use the ringlight as a flash, the camera had to be put into full manual exposure mode. In order to get proper metering, the flash should be put into constant light mode. Note that it only syncs with the camera in flash mode at 1/100 sec or slower. This means that using the camera "hand held" can be blurry. Faster shutter speeds are possible in the constant light mode. While the LEDs look bright to the human eye, they don't provide much to the camera--according to the instructions, the ringlight has a guide number of only 15. Another drawback is that the color temperature is not constant as the light intensity is... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 25, 2013

    Ring Light pretty good

    I'm a videographer so I don't use the ring light for flash. It's steady on light is just what I needed though. I was hoping that this light would produce halos in subjects eyes. That is not the case, however. I've learned since then that it would take a much bigger ring of lights than what fits on the end of a camera lens.This light works great for general filming purposes though. The filters that come with the light will come in handy if I need a shot to look hot or cool. And the ring light produces enough light on it's own that it can be used to help light a close up or a small set(like an average sized room in a house). I also have a macro ring that the light works perfect with.There are only a couple down sides I can think of so far for the ring light. 1: the battery meter, no matter if the batteries are brand new or not, always shows a low battery reading when I turn the light on. This isn't bad as long as you know how long you need your batteries... 4/5 Josh - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Polaroid 48 Macro LED Ring Flash & Light Includes 4 Diffusers (Electronics) I'm a videographer so I don't use the ring light for flash. It's steady on light is just what I needed though. I was hoping that this light would produce halos in subjects eyes. That is not the case, however. I've learned since then that it would take a much bigger ring of lights than what fits on the end of a camera lens.This light works great for general filming purposes though. The filters that come with the light will come in handy if I need a shot to look hot or cool. And the ring light produces enough light on it's own that it can be used to help light a close up or a small set(like an average sized room in a house). I also have a macro ring that the light works perfect with.There are only a couple down sides I can think of so far for the ring light. 1: the battery meter, no matter if the batteries are brand new or not, always shows a low battery reading when I turn the light on. This isn't bad as long as you know how long you need your batteries... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 29, 2012
    List Price: $89.99
    Soft Shadow Free Lighting <> 48 LEDs at 5500K <> (Will Fit 49,52,55,58,62,67,72,77mm Lenses)
    Light Mode - Constant On <> Power Saving LCD Screen
    Flash Mode - A) All 48 LEDs, B )Left 24 LEDs C) Right 24 LEDs
    Choose From Clear, Milk, Warm, Blue diffusers <> Powered By AA Batteries
    Seven Brightness Level <> Includes 8 Mounting Rings (49-77mm)


  • Olympus

    Olympus LED Light Guide (LG-1) for Olympus TG-1/2/3

    Photography (Olympus)
    List Price: $40.99
    Price: $34.95
    You Save: $6.04 (15%)

    Channels the cameras LED illuminator for enhanced, even lighting during macro photography
    LG-1
    Compatible with Olympus TG-1, TG-2, and TG-3


  • Olympus

    Olympus MAL-1 Macro Arm Light for Pen, O-MD and X-Series Digital Cameras (Silver/Black)

    Photography (Olympus)

    Rating (14 reviews):
    (4.1/5)
    Olympus

    quality product for macro work

    0 5/5 W. Ford "Medic 481" (Los Angeles) - See all my reviews, December 24, 2012

    Not really bright enough

    I have been using the MAL-1 arm light with the Olympus 60mm F2.8 Macro lens mounted on an Olympus OMD-EM5 camera. My photos have been a combination of indoor macro shots with the camera firmly mounted on a focus rail, and a few hand held shots outdoors in deep shade using the arm light as the primary illumination.Here are a few observations.This is a great idea that should have been executed much better. The LED lamps are just not bright enough to be very useful, especially when shooting hand held. With the lights only about 2 inches from the subject and the LED set to the HIGH setting, shutter speed at F/8 and ISO 200 is still a slow 1/40 of a second. That's OK when tripod mounted, but even with the excellent image stabilization of the OMD-EM5 it's just not good enough to obtain sharp closeup photos with my shaky hands. Only one of my handheld shots was sharp enough to save. Also, the 60mm macro lens seems to hunt excessively when set to auto focus. I... 3/5 Donald Krell "dnkrell" (Colleyville, TX USA) - See all my reviews, January 7, 2014

    Does the Job

    0 4/5 John M. McNamara (33702) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Olympus MAL-1 Macro Arm Light for Pen, O-MD and X-Series Digital Cameras (Silver/Black) (Electronics) Attachment seems a bit fragile, but the kit does make it a breeze to shoot macros. Easy to place on lens and take off. Takes up just a little space for a big benefit. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews&nbsp; Was this review helpful to you?&nbsp;, June 25, 2011
    List Price: $59.99
    Price: $49.95
    You Save: $10.04 (17%)
    Improves the macro performance of your PEN/O-MD camera
    Shed light where you want it with two flexible 17cm LED lamps
    No battery required - powered by PEN Accessory Port


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Quarter Dollar Coffee Mug

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This is a close up view of a Quarter. Taken with an Olympus E-300 DSLR camera using a reverse macro technique. Reverse Macro is when a photographer either detaches a lens and holds it against the camera (reversed) or attaches the lens to the camera with a reverse lens mount. It's a fun and cheap technique that allows photographers to capture images that you normally are not able to with the standard non-macro lens.
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