April 28, 2017 by Mike
Small and sharp
Coming from a 5D mark III and it's 100mm F2.8 macro lens, I was surprised by how tiny this lens is. I thought it would be bigger but being small is a good thing. Very sharp.
March 1, 2017 by Jim
Good Macro for Down and Dirty Shoots
The small size, portability, and weather-proofing of this 60mm macro lens are ideal for close-in, down and dirty photos of flowers, insects and other nature shots. I’m often groveling about trying to get a unique angle or chasing an elusive bug, so I like to preset the focus limiter and then make minor manual adjustments as the circumstances shift. It is important to pay attention to the shooting gauge to avoid AF hunting when the range does not match up with the attempted shot. Occasionally I find myself resorting to manual focus.
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February 28, 2017 by Own's 7 Olympus
Great Macro Lens
We use this lens all the time at work to capture our small machined components. It's great for documentation, publishing and presentation. Does wonder with focus stacking!
November 25, 2016 by Steven
Great Macro Lens
I tried this lens out on an Olympus photowalk, right then I knew I had to have it. Most you already know have a macro on hand changes your prospect, so I will skip ahead, to the other parts. First this is a very clear lens and is a good telephoto distance. I didn't have to hang right over what I was shooting to get it in the frame the way I liked. The color and contrast is as good as any other Olympus fixed photo length lens, so you pretty much know what your going to get when you shoot. The only thing you need to get use to is switching between the macro modes as it shots 1:1, 1:2 and 1:4
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October 1, 2016 by antennariidae
Nice lens
Focuses fast and seems to capture good detail. It is a bit longer than I was expecting, but it's really not an issue.
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