Recently, I bought an Olympus 60mm f2.8 Macro and have been testing it for several weeks. Previously, I shot with the Tokina a-tx 90mm f2.5 Macro, aka "The Bokina," a legendary MF macro from the mid-80's. Working now with autofocus and a shorter focal length, I could not really tell if I liked the new O60. So today I tried them both out on the same subject, with exactly the same lighting. I used a Yongnuo flash, bounced off the ceiling to diffuse the light over the subject. No tripod. Handheld with IBIS on. Both are shot at the same f2.8 and the same 1/200 shutter speed. The angle of shooting is different with the longer lens, so I had to crop the Bokina shot slightly. The Bokeh on the Bokina is, as you might expect, better. It is 90mm vs 60mm. But the colors of the Olympus are punchier right out of the camera. And of course focus on the center of the flower is perfect with auto focus. In many ways the 30+ year old Bokina holds up pretty well, and I much prefer the working distance of the older lens. But weight and auto focus make up for that with the O60. What do you think? O60 Bokina Just for comparison, I re-shot the same flower with the Canon FDn 80-200 f4 L @ 135mm and f4 to see how it would fare. It is not in the vote, but it seems to do pretty well.