On 4/8/2023 3:32 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
Super collection of 135's and wonderous bokeh shoot-out.
While I'm at it, the Culminar has a new friend/helper.
Amazing the things one may find on the 'Bay.
A very difficult decision to name a favorite.
Depends on the intent. And . . . change focal distance and/or background distance, and
it changes. 😁
Always had a soft spot for Zuiko 135/4.5 macro.
I have fond memories, before I had an Auto Tube, of wandering about with it on
bellows out in the garden.
It has a huge image circle and can be used on T-S bellows.
Never much interested me.
Curiously on OM it is F4 while composing but stops down to 4.5 when take the
I can see where this may challenge the intellect, but in terms of photography, it's so tiny, less than allowable sample
variance, I can't see it matters.
(one can loosen it form the adapter on digital and get F4, but be careful).
Not use why Oly designed it like that. I believe there are other lenses like
that but do not know specifically what they are.
May they remain unknown! 😉
Which For What Moose
What if the Hokey Pokey *IS* what it's all about?
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/