Hi all, I came across some very fun lenses for MFT mount cameras, the Lomoraphy lenses. The unique feature with those lenses is their internal shutter. If you set the camera in Bulb mode (or also Live Time for Olympus cameras), you can achieve more than two multiple exposures. Usually if you use the default multiple exposure function on say an Olympus Pen, you can merge only two shots and you get a 50-50 opacity blend. I know the GX7 lets you merged four different shots, but with the Lomo lenses you can theoritacllay merge as much as you want and also merge two shots with different shutter speed since you use the lens shutter in addition to the camera shutter. They are very cheap, look like toy lenses and don't expect wonderful lens performance. But they can be very fun to use, once you know how to master them. They aren't very easy to use at the beginning, mainly because once you take the first exposure, you shoot "in the dark". The camera having its shutter open, it won't give you a preview. I tried them also with the Olympus Live Time function, but after the first/two exposures, you don't get a preview anymore. Anyway, here are some photos took with the Pen E-P5. The kit has a 160° fisheye, a 12mm and a 24mm. All three of them have a unique f/8 aperture... not fast lenses! I already find difficult to merge two exposures together, more than two is actually really challenging! I also wrote an hands-on article about them with more photos: http://www.bestmirrorlesscamerareviews.com/2013/11/12/experimenting-with-the-lomography-micro-four-thirds-lenses-a-real-optical-multiple-exposure-gallery/ Is anyone shooting or have used Lomo cameras?