Olympus 14-42 with super wide IR fisheye addon

Discussion in 'Native Lenses' started by punkman, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. punkman

    punkman Mu-43 Regular

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    Dec 30, 2011
    Europe
    I saw this strange super wide lens addon on Ebay and grabbed it. The wide part can be unscrewed and what's left becomes a macro lens. The wide part has some kind of IR coating on the front element. The vignette disappears when I zoom to ~24mm, but I kinda liked the effect at 14mm.

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    12800 ISO (and some rotation)
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    Only fits my 14-42 II R with 37mm filter thread. It also has some 46mm thread higher up the barrel, so it needs a lens with lots of space between the filter and the front element. Definitely not a good design.
     
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