<<These were all made with my Fuji X-E3. But I have also been shooting film
<<the gorgeous Olympus OM4T that I bought from Bill Barber in Texas who shipped
<<it to my son last week, along with two Zuiko lenses, a 50mm and an 85mm. It
<<a truly beautiful piece of equipment, for me the pinnacle of late 1980s film
<<SLRs. I am still on the toe of the learning curve of course, but I am really
Nice images and very interesting news on the 4T. A super cam. The 85 f2 is a
classic. Jane Bown would only use that lens and always used f2.8 when taking
portraits of the Queen.
Thus it is known as the "Queen's Lens" in our house. Which 50? I dare say I
can barely count all the 50 subtle variants. (Actually, I may just be able to
under duress) My guess is a high sn 50/1.4 if you got it from Bill.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/