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Discussion in 'Adapted Lens Sample Image Showcase' started by bipinsnair, Nov 19, 2012.
Shot with OM-D using Tamron 90 mm macro lens (Nikon mount) adapted using Fotodiox adapter.
OMD Nikon F to M43 Adapter
OM-D E-M5 + Pixco Nikon(G)-M4/3 Adapter + Tamron 90mm F2.8 SP Di
More photos :smile:
..Any comment is welcome..
I have no idea about using flash on macro photography... Rely purely on Mr. Sun
Blown over with these super macro shots. I have a 90mm sony alpha mount which I have always relied on but now on my Oly EPM2 I'll get 180mm F2.8 with a greater range (less bending hopefully).
You are inspirational.
Very nice, question in mind, are you using a tripod?
The 90mm which i try on m43, feel it unbalance on m43 body. One hand to hold body, the other to focus and same time need to balance, with all, i need to control breathing.
I was using OM-D E-M5 for these photos. It seems a bit imbalance, but I did use hand held and looking through EVF. Yes, need to hold my breath when shoot.
Is there stabilization in the OM-D E-M5 as well as the Tamron? Those are some gorgeous photos.
awesome pictures! i miss using my tamron 90mm too...
i hope its not asking much, but may i ask for which fotodiox adapter you purchased or used?
pushing the envelope if its on amazon id highly appreciate it.
many many thanks!
Yes Kevin, I rely on 5-axis IBIS of E-M5. It's amazing.
My 90mm Tamron is the version without VC.
I was using Nikon (G) - Micro 4/3 adapter by PIXCO. I purchased it from ebay. I think you can simply search in e-bay... If I remember it correctly it was shipped from Hongkong.
On the EM1:
Flower Arrangement 2 by gryphon1911 [A.Live], on Flickr
Flower Arrangement 3 by gryphon1911 [A.Live], on Flickr
Tamron 90mm f2.8 lens with inexpensive Pentax K - m4/3 adapter on Olympus E-M10.
Captured in RAW and pp using PSE 9 and Topaz software.
Just got mine. It is the Canon EF mount.
_C084527 by Dave Buckle, on Flickr
IMG_0207 by Dave Buckle, on Flickr
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