Beschoi Olympus OM Lenses To Micro 4 3 Camera Adapter
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• Fit Olympus OM mount lenses used on Micro 4 3 camera body: Panasonic Lumix G1, GH1, GF1, G10, G2, GH2, GF2, G3, GF3, GX1, GF5, G5, GH3, GF6, G6, GX7, GX80/GX85/GX7 Mark II, GM1, GH4, GM5, GF7, G7, GX8, G85/G80, DC-GH5, DC-G9; Olympus PEN E-P1, E-P2, E-PL1, E-PL1s, E-PL2, E-P3, E-PL3, E-PM1, E-PL5, E-PM2, E-P5, E-PL6, E-PL7, PEN-F, E-PL8; Olympus OM-D E-M5, E-M1, E-M10, E-M5 II, E-M10 Mark II, E-M1 Mark II, JVC GY-LS300 S35 mm Camcorder, DJI Zenmuse X5, Kodak Pixpro S-1, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera etc.
• Made of brass and aluminum. Stable, precise and durable construction. Manually controlled. Infinity focus allowed.
• 30 Days No Reason Return,12 months quality guarantee.
It is fun to be able to use my OM system lens ...It is fun to be able to use my OM system lens on my micro 4/3rds. I’ve had excellent results, though getting good at manual focus again has been a bit of a challenge. The solution is to set a function button for magnification and another for focus peaking. The adapter itself is well made and fits tightly. I don’t even notice it is there when I’m shooting. It is slightly trickier to swap lenses when the adapter is on the camera body, but I got the hang of it after a couple of tries. I’m perfectly happy with this purchase.
Well made for the priceThis is my second Beschoi adapter. I also own adapters from a few other low-cost manufacturers (all the usual suspects). I've been quite pleased with the Beschoi, and have found them to be the ideal mix of "cheap enough that I can own a bunch of them" and "quality enough to do the job as expected and let me get to shooting".Compared to the other low-cost manufacturers, I find the fit and finish to be slightly better, levers and buttons where needed are a bit firmer and better seated, and both of my adapters engage the body and the lens smoothly and solidly. Compared to high-priced adapters, they don't include any optics for effective aperture boosting or otherwise - this may matter for some situations, but you'd know and it would be worth the expense for you. They may also be slightly less precise in their flange-to-flange thickness than high-priced variants that do not include optics, but I'm not sure how much more precise an adapter would have to be to warrant 10X the price.In both cases (M4/3 to OM and M4/3 to Minolta SR), the adapted lenses focus just a hair past infinity. This does mean you can't just slam to infinity and shoot landscapes without checking focus, but in practice the lens is still hyperfocal when stopped down, and the solution of making the adapter a hair short so it focuses past infinity is much better than it accidentally being a hair long and not making it to infinity. Just something to be aware of with all the low-cost manufacturers, but not something that affects me in practice.