Well, technically, being really nit-picky about it, the 38/2.8 can
be mounted directly on a camera. I don't know about the 20/2.
That's the only one of the lot I don't have. :-)
And I didn't pay those prices for any of them.
"Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists
elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact
us." -- Hobbes
---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Duncan Paterson <paterson@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2003 15:50:37 +0100
>All of them are listed in e-SIF. Look in the lens group under
>the "Bellows" heading. None of them, with the exception of the
>90/f2, can be mounted directly on a camera body. They're all out
>of my price range too.
>At 15:33 28/11/03, you wrote:
>>Had a look in the used equipment window of my local Jessops this
>>lunchtime (Whiteladies Rd, Bristol). They have a selection of
>>Olympus macro lenses, priced somewhat beyond my reach, and I've
>>never heard of most of them-they're not in the e-SIF either,
>>20 f2 all priced at UKP499
>>90f2 priced at UKP899
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