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First Impressions: The Olympus PEN E-PM1


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  1. When you attach four thirds lenses to these newer micro four thirds cameras, is autofocus practical or do you end up manually focusing most of the time?

    Posted by Merrick | September 27, 2011, 1:51 pm
  2. Merrick, When using the 4:3 lenses with the Olympus adapter they are fully autofocus. I’ve had great success with the 4:3 lenses on the PEN bodies. Probably 80% of the time I’m shooting with the PEN I’m using the 4:3 lenses. This is slowly starting to change with some of the faster, new micro 4:3 lenses, but I’m so accustomed (and love) my bigger lenses and have a hard time giving them up.

    I think you’d be pleased with the responsiveness of the 4:3 lenses on the PEN with the adapter.

    Posted by Jay | September 27, 2011, 2:34 pm

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