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Micro Four Thirds Lens Reviews

A database of both editorial and member lens reviews for the micro four thirds system
  1. Zoom Lenses

    Zoom lens reviews for Micro Four Thirds by Fotozones members. Add your opinions to our database!
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    MFT lenses

    Primes Lenses

    Prime lens reviews for Micro Four Thirds by Fotozones members. Add your opinion to our database!
    29
    MFT lenses

    Adapted Lenses

    Non-native Mount Lenses for MFT. Add your opinions to our database!
    2
    MFT lenses
  • Headliners

    • Bridge on the Belmont Rivulet.
      Keeping to the new normal (i.e. staying close to home) and carrying my Thornton Pickard half-plate camera and a dark slide loaded with 15 year-old (at least) Ilford Multigrade fibre paper for negative material...
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    • Icefields Parkway, Alberta.
      More quarentine work.
      Thank you for looking.
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    • Flower Macro with the Z 6...
      and the 105mm f/2.8 Micro lens...
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    • Tasmanian Wedge-Tailed Eagles
      Not remarkable photography by any means (X-T2 + 100-400/4.5-5.6 @ 400mm + 1.4x TC, around 1/125-250 sec @ 800 ISO, OIS, hand-held - kinda pushing the envelope for the little beast here), but when I spotted this group in a dead tree in the paddock behind my back gate I had to grab what I could and photograph them.
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    • First flowers
      Despite the quarantine measures on nature, you can even go out! For immunity, there is nothing ray of sunshine, fresh air and distributed physical exertion.
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    • Manhattan skyline
      More work from the quarentine.
      All taken with the Noct 58mm f/0.95.
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    • Looking Back
      I began my career in photography back in 2008 and I still have many of the shots taken from my earliest commissions. I'll share some of those with you here.
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    • Tutorial: Product Photography Made Easy (Part 2)
      In the first part of this tutorial I showed you how I typically set up for product photos. In this second part I am going to show you how I do my editing using Lightroom exclusively to create an image with a pure white background that can be used on e-commerce websites.
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