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    They 35 f/2 is a brilliant lens

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    They will have to praise my Canon FD f2 Thorium lens out of my cold dead hands, it's my favourite lens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benjiboy View Post
    They will have to praise my Canon FD f2 Thorium lens out of my cold dead hands, it's my favourite lens.
    for Oly OM's?

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    I have the 28mm 2.8 and it's much better than my 28mm pentax lenses. I also have a silver 50/1.4 and although it has a nice B&W look and good bokeh, it isn't sharp until you stop it down a lot and it flairs a LOT in sun. I think I might pick up a 50/1.8 some time.
    f/22 and be there.

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    It sounds like I cant go wrong by picking any of these lenses from Olympus.
    I'm leaning towards the 35mm end of the spectrum. We shall see what I end up with.
    Go not to the elves for counsel, for they will say both yes and no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erikg View Post
    for Oly OM's?
    I was just making the point what a useful lens a good 35mm F2 is when the 35mm focal length has been neglected by many photographers in recent years who have gone for 28mm lenses instead
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    Darin,

    You may want to look for a copy of The OM System Lens Handbook published by Olympus in 1984. Must have reference for any Zuikoholic.

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