1. C

    Micro 4/3 Macro with 60mm and 75-300II (plus canon 500D)

    Although I have the G9II and Gh6, I still love the Gx85. Amazing camera for all sorts of things. Here are two examples of 35 MY old 1/2" snail shells. These are handheld using the built-in flash with the fossil on a black mouse pad. I love the 60mm f2.8 but the 75-300 with the dual element Canon...
  2. Coksic

    Nikon Showcase Nikon AF Nikkor 60mm f2.8 (non D)

    The ''bucket list'' is shorter for this lens. I have macro tubes, filters, reverse rings.. but this is the first 1:1 macro lens I bought. At mfd, focus breathing is wild, for lack of a better word. On the other hand.... it's sharp. Like, really sharp. With all this being said, and after a few...
  3. BobT

    Micro 4/3 Travel tripod recommendations

    I'm talking about an OS family holiday with an OM-1. I'd rather shoot hand held than take the Gitzo but a small tripod might be nice for the occasional macro or landscape. At this stage, I intend to take a 12-40 f2.8, 60mm macro and 17mm f1.8.
  4. 1of1images

    Micro 4/3 Using the MC-20 with the Olympus 60mm macro lens

    I have posted a few different posts specifying how I do this across the World Wide Web (especially with the MC-14), but I wanted a single post about the process that makes it possible for the MC-20. First off, the way this was made possible originally was through the PIXCO extension tubes that...
  5. theoldsmithy

    Micro 4/3 7 Artisans 60mm f2.8 macro

    I've just got this lens so these are very initial comments. Firstly, wow, it's a solid, heavy beast of a lens. It must be milled from solid adamantine, I reckon. Here it is next to the 35-100 (admittedly tiny) lens that came at the same time. Second comment - as you move the focussing ring, it...
  6. davidzvi

    Micro 4/3 Showcase OLYMPUS M.ZUIKO ED 60mm F2.8 Macro

    I like macros, but not enough to keep this. I tend to use the long end of telephotos instead now.
  7. davidzvi

    Micro 4/3 Showcase SIGMA 60mm F2.8 DN Art

    Haven't had this one for a while, but it's a really sharp and cheap option for many.
  8. Green Carpet

    Green Carpet

  9. Brimstone Moth

    Brimstone Moth