New Kipon OM to MFT shift adapter.

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KIpon released a brand new OM to MFT Shift adapter which is available now on eBay (Click here). And this isn’t the only good news for OM lens owners. The new OM to MFT Speed Booster is also set to come in August!

List of the OM prime lenses…Click on the link to check the price and auctions on eBay: 21mm f/2.0 and 21mm f/3.5 lens, 24mm f/2.0 and 24mm f/2.8 and 24mm f/3.5 shift lens, 28mm f/2.0 and 28mm f/2.8 and 28mm f/3.5 lens, 35mm f/2.0 and 35mm f/2.8 and 35mm f/2.8 shift lens, 40mm f/2.0 lens, 50mm f/1.2 and 50mm f/1.4 and 50mm f/1.8 and 50mm f/2.0 macro and 50mm f/3.5 lens, 55mm f/3.5 macro lens, 85mm f/2.0 lens, 90mm f/2.0 macro lens, 100mm f/2.0 and 100mm f/2.8 lens, 135mm f/2.8 and 135mm f/3.5 lens, 180mm f/2.0 and 180mm f/2.8 lens, 200mm f/4.0 and 200mm f/5.0 lens, 250mm f/2.0 lens, 300mm f/4.5 lens, 350mm f/2.8 lens, 400mm f/6.4 lens, 500mm f/8.0 lens, 600mm f/6.6 lens, 1000mm f/11 lens.

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  • jf

    Maybe you mean “New Kipon OM to MFT shit adapter.” Ok I go out…

  • Heho…

    … can anybody say something to this S&T-Lens?

    http://www.ebay.de/itm/50mm-f-2-Tilt-Shift-TS-Lens-for-Panasonic-Micro-4-3-m43-/130585258798

    Gruß M aus B an der S

    • I can’t tell you anything about this lens in particular, but 50mm is a short tele on Micro 4/3, depending on what you want to do, it may not be ideal (e.g. it’s not really good for “fake miniature” effects on landscapes).

      I wrote a bit more details here: http://drinkcat.blogspot.sg/2013/02/tilt-adapter-for-micro-four-third-part2.html

      • There is a base non-shift Russia made Zenithar lens which is obviously identical to the this, less the tilt-shift part. According to Zenithar site (http://www.zenit-foto.ru/produkt/fototekhnika/11-produktsiya/174-ob-ektivy) they do not produce a perspective control version of this lens. The base lens is produced for around 20 years and costs 1500 rubles (35 euros) new. Here is what users say about it:

        – pretty high resolution, good and interesting image quality
        – small, compact, lightweight
        – only 6 blades with very peculiar bokeh
        – extremely poor all-plastic construction leading to some jamming in the focus ring and apperture

    • [see my reply to drinkcat above]

      • … thank you both for your input, i will read the blog and scrutinize the russian website. THX!

        Gruß M aus B an der S

  • Wouldn’t the speed booster allow to use the OM TS lenses rather than adapting wide angle lenses on a shift platform?

    • Boooe

      It would be nice to use native m43 lenses with fast autofocus for T&S…

      • Why is that? I thought the main purpose for T/S is archtitectural photography where one would use live view magnification for focus control. Would you do sports with T/S lenses?
        I do agree though that a T/S sensor in a mirrorless camera would be great. I guess it doesn’t take to much to modify the 5-axis stabilisation to tilt the sensor but then again I’m not sure if the projection on the sensor will be in focus?! Someone with more memory on optics may know that better

        • Boooe

          The main “purpose” of TS being limited to architecture is only because TS lenses are unwieldy and lack AF. As soon as TS gets full support in-camera instead of kludges in lens, you will be able to use TS for sports too.

          • Well then your sensor based T/S with auto compensation in-body would the way forward.
            Thanks for enlightening me

  • Boooe

    In mirrorless cameras, tilt/shift must be done by shifting sensor… (one of the main benefits of mirrorless camera). Manufacturers where are you?

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