Can Olympus cameras use other lenses?
Your Olympus DSLR is part of a camera system called the E-System. A camera system is a group of camera bodies, lenses and accessories that are compatible throughout the system. In the E-System, any Four Thirds mount lens can be used with any Four Thirds mount camera body.
What lenses are compatible with Olympus?
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- Olympus 9mm f8 Fisheye Body Cap Lens – Black.
- Olympus 45mm f1. 8 M.
- Olympus 25mm f1. 8 M.
- Olympus 60mm f2. 8 Macro M.
- Olympus 75-300mm f4. 8-6.7 II M.
- Olympus 14-150mm f4-5.6 ED M. ZUIKO Digital II Lens.
- Olympus 12mm f2 M. ZUIKO DIGITAL ED Lens.
- 10 affordable lenses for Canon users.
Can I use my old Olympus lenses?
Old Olympus SLR lenses won’t fit. You can get an adaptor to use them, but you’ll lose most features. To confuse matters further, Olympus also make cameras that take the new “Micro Four Thirds” system…
Is Olympus still making lenses?
Olympus first agreed to sell its imaging business back in June 2020, when it announced JIP would be the new stewards of its camera brands. It’s business will be ‘digital cameras, interchangeable lenses, IC recorders, etc. centered on mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras.
Can you use Panasonic lens on Olympus?
Panasonic and Olympus lenses are entirely cross-compatible with each other’s cameras, so Panasonic lenses will work on Olympus bodies, and vice versa. Panasonic incorporates Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) into most of its lenses, whereas Olympus places it in the camera body.
Will an Olympus lens fit a Nikon?
This adapter allows certain Olympus OM Lenses to fit on a Nikon F-Mount DSLR Cameras. Although the lens will fit physically, automatic diaphragm, auto-focusing or any other functions will not operate correctly while using this adapter.
Can I use old Pentax lenses on digital SLR?
Yes you can use those lenses. They will not be as convenient as the modern autofocus lenses but Pentax DSLRs are unique in that they have backwards capability with almost any Pentax mount lens ever made, including screw mount and medium format lenses (with adapters.)
Can I use Olympus lens on Canon?
If you have a SLR or DSLR camera and other maker/mount lenses, the Fotodiox Mount Adapters allow you to use your lenses on the film/digital camera body. Sharing lenses has some distinct advantages. This adapter allows all Olympus OM lenses to fit on a Canon EOS SLR/DSLR camera body.
Why are Japanese cameras so good?
There are many reasons why all major camera brands are Japanese. Japan focuses on precision, quality, and iterative design, which are all important to getting competitive lens technology. Competing in lenses is key to winning in the camera industry.
Who owns Olympus cameras now?
In the middle of last year, Olympus announced it was selling off its camera division to an investment group, Japan Industrial Partners, JIP. Considering how active the company had been around the dawn of DSLRs, often out-specifying the competition in the early days of the late 90s, this was something of a shock.
Can you use Olympus lenses on Nikon?
This Pro Lens Adapter from Fotodiox enables the use of your Olympus OM lenses on Nikon F mount SLR and DSLR cameras. This manual adapter does not maintain automatic lens control between the camera and lens; aperture priority or manual shooting modes should be used, as well as stop-down metering for exposure control.
What kind of lens mount does Olympus E-PL2 have?
Olympus E-PL2 has a Micro Four Thirds lens mount and currently there are 101 native lenses available for this mount. E-PL2 also has a sensor based image stabilization system which means that all of these lenses will be stabilized when used on E-PL2.
What does MSc stand for on Olympus E-PL2?
Perhaps most significantly, though, the lens now gains the ‘Movie and Still Compatible’ (MSC) designation, signifying a much faster and quieter internal-focus design. According to Olympus, this makes the AF speed of the E-PL2 and 14-42mm II combination on a par with the best cameras in its class.
When did the Olympus E-PL1 come out?
The Olympus E-PL1, released in February 2009, was designed to appeal to precisely this market, filling the gap between high-end compact cameras and enthusiast-oriented, mostly DSLR-inspired, ILCs.
What are the features of the E-PL2?
It also introduces some bellwether features and technologies of its own. The E-PL2 adds an accessory port that accommodates the VF-2 electronic viewfinder (included), the optional external microphone adapter (SEMA-1), the MAL-1 Macro Arm Light or the PenPal Blue Tooth Adapter.