Legacy Lens, Olympus OM Another rare foray using a digital SLR, this time fitted with an adapter to take old manual Olympus OM lenses from the 1970s and 1980s.  Designed by Yoshihisa Maitani, the OM system was a tidy, small and compact SLR range of camera bodies and lenses aimed at both consumers and prosumers alike. They are still popular today for photographers seeking out retro gear that still works well. These images were taken using a combination of the standard 50mm Zuiko lens, a Tamron 24mm wide and a Mitakon 200mm telephoto. Enjoy the local flora.

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