My brief review of the MCON-P01 Macro lens adapter. Had a chance to experiment with the new Macro attachment for some of the Olympus micro 4/3 lenses. (Mark II 14-42, 40-150, 14-150) The unit fits on the larger two lenses, and fits on the 14-42mm mkII when the included 'adapter ring' is attached to it. The 14-42 can focus closer than the 14-150 can at 14mm. The 14-150 can focus a couple inches closer than the 40-150 can at 150mm. With the macro you are generally cutting the minimum focus distance for the lenses in half. The tightest shot I could focus was the 14-150 at 150, one key on my keyboard with about 1/3 of the each key to the left and right in the frame (non-scientific measurement here, but you get the idea). According to Olympus, the 150s should be equal, but manual focusing seemed to let me focus slightly closer on the 14-150 at 150. Bottom line, as the cheapest adapter of the three, it will give you the best bang for your buck in comparison to the wide and fisheye that will only go on the 14-42 mkII. Either way it's best at 150mm, and the only way to get a tighter macro shot would be to adapt the 35mm full size zuiko lens. Didn't see a post about this yet so I thought I'd post something. Also, since this is not really a full lens, I figured it belonged outside the lens review section.