Contemplation

I was recording my collection of cameras and lenses and dug out the OM10 with the vintage 50mm I have attached and decided to put it on my Pen f with my adapter.

I had forgotten just how sharp this lens was and took some shots to try it out.

50mm on a MFT camera is 100mm so you have to be some distance from the subject.

You do get a sharp photo with good bokeh and plenty of light (the lens goes down to 1.8.

Tilly was her usual obliging self and posed for me in her box, in front of the bedroom window.

I took a number of sharp shots and really liked this one.

Pen f (digital MFT) OM 50mm at f/3

I really should use this lens more on my Pen f as is produces some wonderful results. I simply have to remember to take my time to manually focus and work with the camera without all of its digital benefits.

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