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Lens Review: 50mm F/1.4 CCTV C-Mount Lens for Micro 4/3

As I’ve said in my original review of the 50mm f/1.4 CCTV C-mount, this lens is very cheap (less than 30 dollars/pounds/euros), yet capable of amazing results. Technical image quality (as in lack of aberrations, flare, vignetting, etc.) isn’t what this lens is about, although it isn’t bad in that regard either. What it’s really […]

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Olympus 75mm F/1.8 Lens Review

My wife’s sister lives about eight hours away and we get to see her sister’s family three or four times a year. Ever since they had kids, those three or four times a year have become a valuable chance to catch up with and get to know our nieces and nephews. Time has inevitably set […]

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Leica 15mm f/1.7 vs the Pana-cakes

Choice is good, and unless it is an important, multiple choice test, the more choices, the better I feel. In this constantly growing camera system, we are continuing to get quality choices in the lens game. From semi-wide through standard focal lengths, the micro 4/3 system boasts quite a few options and those options are […]

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Olympus PEN-F Review – the best mirrorless camera so far

I was really happy to be able to try out yet another retro-style camera, the Olympus Pen-F. A hat tip to Foto Kücher Salzburg and Olympus Austria who gave me the chance to try this beautiful piece of high-tech. Quick Review: Stylish on-the-road retro camera with a fantastic picture quality, great manual settings handling at […]

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