Macro lenses longer than 60mm?

Started Apr 28, 2014 | Discussions thread
M_Hobart Regular Member • Posts: 119
Re: Macro lenses longer than 60mm?

A non-automated option is to use an older SLR macro lens with the appropriate adapter. I have and used the Vivitar 90mm macro in an OM mount as well as the 90-180mm f4.5 flat-field macro zoom. There are a number of other SLR macro lenses in the 90-105mm lenses with high marks. The equivalent focal lengths for the 4/3 and m4/3 mounts would be double of course.

I also have the Olympus 50mm f2 and the Sigma 105mm and 150mm, all in 4/3 mounts.  The Sigmas were bought used via eBay.

E-1, E-620, EP-2
Zuiko: 14-54mm MK I, 40-150mm MK I, 70-140mm MK I, 50mm macro, 50-200mm MK I, Sigma 105mm macro, 150mm macro
M.Zuiko: 14-42mm MK II
Pen FT, OM-1, OM-4, many Zuiko and Vivitar Series 1 lenses

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