At 1/2/2023 01:54 PM, Frank wrote:
>I wish you all a nice, peacefull and healthy 2023!
>And some Olympus content: through the years I tried some M42 adapters to
>use the FTL Zuiko's, but they didn't work. I didn't want to grind the small
>pin down, which prevents the lens to screw in completely, and stops the
>diaphragm ring. Maybe I missed reports here about it, but I found that
>have a smaller 'ridge' which allows to mount the lenses completely because
>the pin stays outside of the surface of the adapter. So I finally get to
>play with them. The 28 and 50/1.4 are missing in my small collection
>Does anyone know if these lenses have the same optical design as the
>slightly later introduced OM versions of these lenses?
>Best regards, Frank.
I only have experience with mating m42 lenses to sony E, for which there are
Is the pin you are referring to for auto aperture? It may be possible to remove
the pin if it is for auto aperture.
I tend to prefer adapters with helicoid, but that increases the price
considerably, however it makes using older lenses with 1m MFD much more
interesting to use.
I have adapters from Fodiox, Yeenon, Fotasy, Vello, Shotten... Some adapters
seem nearly identical and likely made by the same manufacture.
Please share some photos when you can.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/