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    Default Olympus 60mm f/2.8 Macro Image Thread

    Lens is now beginning to become available (check stock: B&H, Amazon, Ebay).

    Who's going to get this party started?

    Also if you have this lens, please click here to post a review!
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    Not sure I'm ready to see these photos - I'm pretty sure they'll give me GAS!
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    Ok, let me be the first. Not very impressive, but I took this picture as soon as I got the lens.

    Olympus OM-D E-M1 and E-M5 user.

    www.flickr.com/photos/gus_nyc

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    Could you elaborate?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gusnyc View Post
    Ok, let me be the first. Not very impressive, but I took this picture as soon as I got the lens.
    -Sam T.

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    Using the lens with a different purpose. The pictures were resized only for the galleries. Please don't kill me about the subjects or composition, I just wanted to check for flare, IQ, etc.

    Olympus OM-D E-M1 and E-M5 user.

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    That sunset is gorgeous!
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    Check out the detail in cell phone guy's hair. Amazing. Can't wait for Amazon's supplies to arrive.

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    Great detail indeed...again, this is probably the best value in m4/3 lenses
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    Damn thats sharp. Would love to see some head to head comparisons vs 75mm. Olympus is on a roll with their primes.

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    Got my copy today, here's a handful of test shots. Some of these are at higher ISO indoors so there's some noise. All are handheld also and I can already see it's more difficult to work with a 60mm non-stabilized lens than the PL 45mm w/OIS.

    All with G5 + 60mm

    Reference point for this shot - this is a dog hair on top of my macbook
    Olympus 60mm Macro Test


    Olympus 60mm Macro Test


    Outside for some macro fun

    Olympus 60mm Macro Test


    Olympus 60mm Macro Test


    Olympus 60mm Macro Test


    Olympus 60mm Macro Test


    Back inside for another dog shot

    Olympus 60mm Macro Test


    And one portrait with the lens... I thought the 75mm was sharp as can be already, but there was a ton of detail even at ISO 1600. This is after a bunch of retouching in post to remove make-up spots and applying a lightly modified "soften skin" preset with the adjustment brush as well.

    Marlana



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