Showcase Vivitar 24mm f/2.8

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Vivitar 24mm f2.8 (OM mount) on Olympus Pen E-P1


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Vivitar OM 24mm f2.8 photos on flickr
 
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Lens and camera used to take the photos above for your reference. There seem to be a number of different iterations of the wide-angle 24-28mm Vivitars (and associated brands). The early versions are quite big and have a 62mm front filter thread, and the later ones start to get a bit plasticky. This one is just right.


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These posts illustrate the power of the lowly vivitar lenses, when you get one of the good ones. The ones with the 37xxxxx # are very fine. My only complaint is the weight. But a lot of good glass, is heavy. I have used mine a lot, but am retiring (selling) it. moving on to auto focus.
 
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