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  • #46
    Re: Whats your current favorite lens?

    Still like my 11-22mm.....................
    Dave

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    • #47
      Re: Whats your current favorite lens?

      Originally posted by David M View Post
      I don't pixel peep but I've found no noticeable difference between the two. I always used it with the 1.4x-A until a year ago when I got around to testing the EC-14 with the lens. I now use the EC-14 most of the time as it saves taking the OM-4/3 adapter off mount the 1.4x-A.

      I've no complaints about the 2x-A on the 350mm despite Olympus not recommending the combination.
      Thank you, that's very interesting

      I'll have to try a comparison myself as I have both converters. I will use the OM 180mm f/2.8 as my copy of the OM 300mm f/4.5 produces a lot of purple fringing. I'm embarrassed to admit that it hadn't occurred to me to try a comparison before

      Cheers,

      JohnGG

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      • #48
        Re: Whats your current favorite lens?

        Originally posted by JohnGG View Post
        Thank you, that's very interesting

        I'll have to try a comparison myself as I have both converters. I will use the OM 180mm f/2.8 as my copy of the OM 300mm f/4.5 produces a lot of purple fringing. I'm embarrassed to admit that it hadn't occurred to me to try a comparison before

        Cheers,

        JohnGG
        I've only used my 300mm f4.5 briefly with a 4/3 body but have had shots taken with it and the 2x-A on an OM body published despite that combination not being recommended by Olympus.
        It's the image that's important, not the tools used to make it.

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