A Bunch of Lenses Compared

phigmov

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Just because its nice to have them all in one place. Hope people find it useful.

The are all handheld, aperture priority, auto-iso, manual focus for adapted and auto for native lenses on my ep1. Wide open and at f8.0 for comparison. Fairly gusty day so the light varied a lot as the clouds blew by. These were RAW into iPhoto then high-quality JPEG to Picassa (scaled).

Olympus Zuiko OM f1.4 50mm and f8
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Olympus Zuiko Pen f1.4 40mm and f8
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Nikon Nikkor f1.4 50mm and f8
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Leica Elmar f4 90mm and f8 (Screw Mount)
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Voigtlander Skopar f2.5 35mm and f8 (Screw Mount)
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Pentax SMC f1.7 50mm and f8
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Olympus Zuiko m43 f3.5 14-42mm and f8 @ 14mm
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Olympus Zuiko m43 f5.6 14-42mm and f8 @ 42mm
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Olympus Zuiko m43 f2.8 17mm and f8
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Panasonic m43 f1.7 20mm and f8
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Olympus Zuiko OM f3.5 28mm and f8
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Olympus Zuiko OM f3.5 135mm and f8
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I'll be happy to contribute - send me the ale, the beer and the book so I can shoot the same subjects.
 

chrith

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i hope you have enough to share with the class. these comparisons are very useful.
 

phigmov

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Thanks for the feedback !

I forgot to add that if I had the time I should have done a crop on the book for each lens - it becomes very apparent how much better the native lenses are in terms of sharpness as you start pixel-peeping. That said, each adapted lens lends a character to each image that transcends the magnifying glass (or maybe its just too much Speckled Hen . . .)
 
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