If you’ve been thinking about moving over to a Micro 4/3 camera system but you’ve been putting it off because you have a large collection of Canon lenses, then we just might have the solution for you. Mike Kobal shows off the Bower Canon EOS to Micro 4/3 lens adapter. As Mike states in the video, Micro 4/3 cameras seem to be the most adaptable of any camera category and can accept a wide range of lenses by using adapters. But be forewarned… any time you’re using an adapter, you may risk losing some of the lens’ functionality. That being [More]
Nate “Blunty” Burr (aka Blunty 3000) slaps a Bower 7.5mm fisheye lens (also sold under the brand names Rokinon or Samyang, depending on where you buy it) on his Micro 4/3 camera and takes it out for a spin. This is one of our favorite lenses for the M43 format, and it’s also one of the least extensive. (Language Warning: Blunty has a tendency to get a little… well… Blunt from time to time. So , if that offends you, then you might want to move on to another video) Here’s what Blunty had to say about the lens: The [More]
Review of Rokinon Samyang Bower 7.5mm Fisheye lens review (on an Olympus OM-D EM-5) by MirrorlessReviews. Sample photos at end of video. Just another reason why we love micro 43 cameras… There are A TON of HIGH QUALITY lenses that you can get for a relatively inexpensive price. Here’s the fisheye from the video (in black and silver).