Thanks for the link to his nice sample images. What exactly is reassuring about them?
There has been some uncertainty by potential buyers of this lens, as to its quality and performance on the E-M1. As I no longer own this lens, I can't authoritatively comment just through past experience, so it's good to see a professional photographer making use of these older lenses and showing what it can achieve.
I wish that everyone thought these were rubbish then I could buy one cheap, oh well.....
Buy now before they run out.
Anyone care to comment on the Non SWD Version and if it works well and is SWD the only difference in the models?
I managed to snag my non-SWD lens for $330 a few years ago when 4/3 was basically considered dead and the AF struggled on my E-M5. I haven't really kept track of prices post E-M1.
There will be a growing revival on 4/3 lenses as the Olympus bodies keep improving. They will be considered in the same way as classic Leica lenses are with Leica users. Buy now before they run out.