I have their 100mm macro lens. Picked it up in a used book store years
ago. Haven't made much use of it.
As an aside, I got my evilBay E-500 camera late yesterday. Put in a
freshly charged battery and turned it on to see that it was working. Turned it
off and inserted the CF card from the broken one, then turned it on again.
Everything worked fine, so I went about changing all the setings to my liking.
Removed the Oly 14-42 lens and replaced it with the Tamron 35-80/2.8-3.8 from
the broken camera. This is a very nice lens for closeup/macro work, especially
for flowers, having 330-degrees of focus ring rotation, 270-degrees of which is
for 0.27 to 1 meter. But, it's not well suited for general walk-around so I
may swap it out for something else.
>I also have a Vivitar 55/2.8 macro lens which I bought after our fire of
>19 months ago. I haven't used it yet.
>It reminds me if the wonderful Panagor 50/2.8 lens I used in some of
>these shots; I must try to find another.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/