Olympus 60mm F2.8 Macro - a GREAT MFT macro lens

Macro photography is an exciting genre. It can open up a whole new world. It is very fascinating to see things that are hard to see with the naked eye. Olympus has a very good lens for macro photography, Olympus M.Zuiko 60mm f2.8 macro.

Olympus also has another macro lens, the M.Zuiko 30mm f3.5 lens. I have made a video about that lens in December 2018.

Olympus 12-200mm - Super Telephoto Zoom.

Olympus announced a new lens on the 13th of February 2019. I had a chance to test it a few days this week. The lens turned out the be quite interesting. It is a very versatile lens for travel. Unfortunately, I do not have a chance to travel right now. So I decided to spend half a day as a tourist in my own home town, Helsinki.

Check out the video below to see how the Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12-200mm F3.5-6.3 performs.

Olympus 15mm F/8.0 Body Cap Lens - review

Olympus 15mm F/8.0 Body Cap Lens is not sharpest lens on the market. Actually its the worst lens when it comes to sharpness, but its a lot of fun to make image with it!

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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f2.0 Review

I tested the 7 years old Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm F2.0 lens. In the video I go trough the specs and show a set of images I have used the 12mm f2.0 for.

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Disclaimer: I am an Olympus Visionary and make almost all my images and videos with Olympus cameras and M.Zuiko lenses. If noy then I use vintage lenses on my Olympus.

SLR Magic HyperPrime Cine 25mm T0.95

I bought myself a new lens. It is a SLR Magic HyperPrime Cine 25mm T0.95. Its a manual focus Cine lens. Cine means that its mainly meant for video.

Cine lenses have aperture ring without clicks, so changing exposure during filming is smooth by turning the aperture ring. Of course the same effect could be done with a variable ND-filter.

In the video I comment on the quality of the lens and test it how it works when making images.